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|11||PARALIPOMENON I||1 Paralipomenon - Wycliffe Bible(14c)||1 Paralipomenon - Douay Rheims(17c)||Reference|
|1||Congregatus est igitur omnis Isra?l ad David in Hebron, dicens: Os tuum sumus, et caro tua.||Therfor al Israel was gaderid to Dauid in Ebron, and seide, We ben thi boon and thi fleisch;||Then all Israel gathered themselves to David in Hebron, saying: We are thy bone, and thy flesh.||DAVID king of Israel & Judah. 1Chr.11.1-9 | 2Sm.5.1-10|
|2||Heri quoque et nudiustertius cum adhuc regnaret Saul, tu eras qui educebas, et introducebas Isra?l: tibi enim dixit Dominus Deus tuus: Tu pasces populum meum Isra?l, et tu eris princeps super eum.||also yisterdai and the thridde dai ago, whanne Saul regnede yit on Israel, thou it were that leddist out and leddist in Israel; for thi Lord God seide to thee, Thou schalt fede my puple Israel, and thou schalt be prince on it.||Yesterday also, and the day before when Saul was king, thou wast he that leddest out and broughtest in Israel: for the Lord thy God said to thee: Thou shalt feed my people Israel, and thou shalt; be ruler over them.|
|3||Venerunt ergo omnes majores natu Isra?l ad regem in Hebron, et iniit David cum eis f?dus coram Domino: unxeruntque eum regem super Isra?l, juxta sermonem Domini, quem locutus est in manu Samuel.||Therfor alle the gretter in birthe of Israel camen to the kyng in Ebron; and Dauid maad with hem a boond of pees bifor the Lord, and thei anoyntiden hym kyng on Israel, bi the word of the Lord, which he spak in the hond of Samuel.||So all the ancients of Israel came to the king to Hebron, and David made a covenant with them before the Lord: and they anointed him king over Israel, according to the word of the Lord which he spoke in the hand of Samuel.|
|4||Abiit quoque David, et omnis Isra?l in Jerusalem: h?c est Jebus, ubi erant Jebus?i habitatores terr||Therfor Dauid yede, and al Israel, in to Jerusalem; this Jerusalem is Jebus, where Jebuseis enhabiteris of the lond weren.||And David and all Israel went to Jerusalem, which is Jebus, where the Jebusites were the inhabitants of the land.|
|5||Dixeruntque qui habitabant in Jebus ad David: Non ingredieris huc. Porro David cepit arcem Sion, qu? est civitas David,||And thei that dwelliden at Jebus seiden to Dauid, Thou schalt not entre hidur. Forsothe Dauid took the hiy tour of Syon, which is the citee of Dauid;||And the inhabitants of Jebus said to David: Thou shalt not come in here. But David took the castle of Sion, which is the city of David.|
|6||dixitque: Omnis qui percusserit Jebus?um in primis, erit princeps, et dux. Ascendit igitur primus Joab filius Sarvi?, et factus est princeps.||and he seide, Ech man that sleeth first Jebusei, schal be prince and duyk. Therfor Joab, sone of Saruye, stiede first, and was maad prince.||And he said: Whosoever shall first strike the Jebusites, shall be the head and chief captain. And Joab the son of Sarvia went up first, and was made the general.|
|7||Habitavit autem David in arce, et idcirco appellata est civitas David.||Sotheli Dauid dwellide in the hiy tour, and therfor it was clepid the cytee of Dauid;||And David dwelt in the castle, and therefore it was called the city of David.|
|8||?dificavitque urbem in circuitu a Mello usque ad gyrum, Joab autem reliqua urbis exstruxit.||and he bildide the citee in cumpas fro Mello til to the cumpas; forsothe Joab bildide the tother part of the citee.||And he built the city round about from Mello all round, and Joab built the rest of the city.|
|9||Proficiebatque David vadens et crescens, et Dominus exercituum erat cum eo.||And Dauid profitide goynge and wexynge, and the Lord of oostis was with hym.||And David went on growing and increasing, and the Lord of hosts was with him.|
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