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  • Genesis Exodus Leviticus


    Exodus

    101These ben the names of the sones of Israel, that entriden into Egipt with Jacob; alle entriden with her housis;
    102Ruben, Symeon,
    103Leuy, Judas, Isachar, Zabulon, and Benjamin,
    104Dan, and Neptalim, Gad, and Aser.
    105Therfor alle the soules of hem that yeden out of 'the hipe of Jacob weren seuenti and fyue.
    106Forsothe Joseph was in Egipt; and whanne he was deed, and alle hise brithren, and al his kynrede,
    107the sones of Israel encreessiden, and weren multiplied as buriounnyng, and thei weren maad strong greetli, and filliden the lond.
    108A newe kyng, that knewe not Joseph, roos in the meene tyme on Egipt, and seide to his puple, Lo!
    109the puple of the sones of Israel is myche, and strongere than we;
    110come ye, wiseli oppresse we it, lest perauenture it be multiplied; and lest, if batel risith ayens vs, it be addid to oure enemyes, and go out of the lond, whanne we ben ouercomun.
    111And so he made maistris of werkis souereyns to hem, that thei schulden turmente hem with chargis. And thei maden citees of tabernaclis to Farao, Fiton, and Ramesses.
    112And bi hou myche thei oppressiden hem, bi so myche thei weren multiplied, and encreessiden more.
    113And Egipcians hatiden the sones of Israel, and turmentiden, and scorneden hem;
    114and brouyten her lijf to bitternesse bi hard werkis of cley and to tijl stoon, and bi al seruage, bi which thei weren oppressid in the werkis of erthe.
    115Forsothe the kyng of Egipt seide to the mydwyues of Ebrews, of whiche oon was clepid Sefora, the tother Fua;
    116and he commaundide to hem, Whanne ye schulen do the office of medewyues to Ebrew wymmen, and the tyme of childberyng schal come, if it is a knaue child, sle ye him; if it is a womman, kepe ye.
    117Forsothe the medewyues dredden God, and diden not bi the comaundement of the kyng of Egipt, but kepten knaue children.
    118To whiche clepid to hym the kyng seide, What is this thing which ye wolden do, that ye wolden kepe the children?
    119Whiche answeriden, Ebrew wymmen ben not as the wymmen of Egipt, for thei han kunnyng of the craft of medewijf, and childen bifore that we comen to hem.
    120Therfor God dide wel to medewyues; and the puple encreesside, and was coumfortid greetli.
    121And for the mydewyues dredden God, he bildide 'housis to hem.
    122Therfor Farao comaundide al his puple, and seide, What euer thing of male kynde is borun to Ebrewis, 'caste ye into the flood; what euer thing of wymmen kynde, kepe ye.
    201Aftir these thingis a man of 'the hows of Leuy yede out, and took a wijf of his kyn,
    202which conseyuede, and childide a sone. And sche seiy hym wel farynge, and hidde him bi thre monethis.
    203And whanne sche myyte not hele, thanne sche took a 'leep of segge, and bawmede it with tar and pitch, and puttide the yong child with ynne, and puttide hym forth in a 'place of spier of the brenke of the flood,
    204the while his sistir stood afer, and bihelde the bifalling of the thing.
    205Lo! forsothe the douytir of Farao cam doun to be waischun in the flood, and hir damysels walkiden bi the brenke of the flood. And whanne sche hadde seyn a leep in the 'place of spier, sche sente oon of hir seruauntessis,
    206and sche openyde the leep brouyt to hir, and seiy a litil child wepynge ther ynne. And sche hadde mercy on the child, and seide, It is of the yonge children of Ebrews.
    207To whom the 'sister of the child seide, Wolt thou that Y go, and clepe to thee an Ebrew womman, that may nurische the yong child?
    208She answeride, Go thou. The damysel yede, and clepide the 'modir of the child.
    209To whom 'the douytir of Farao spak, and seide, Take thou this child, and nurische to me; Y schal yyue to thee thi mede. The womman took, and nurischide the child, and bitook hym woxun to 'the douytir of Farao,
    210whom sche purchaside 'in to the place of sone; and sche clepide his name Moises, and seide, For Y took hym fro the watir.
    211In tho daies, aftir that Moises encreesside, he yede out to hise britheren, and seiy the turment of hem, and a man Egipcian smytynge 'oon of Ebrews, hise britheren.
    212And whanne he hadde biholdun hidur and thidir, and hadde seyn, that no man was present, he killide the Egipcian, and hidde in soond.
    213And he yede out in another dai, and seiy tweyne Ebrews chidynge, and he seide to hym that dide wrong, Whi smytist thou thi brother?
    214Which answeride, Who ordeynede thee prince, ether iuge on vs? Whether thou wolt sle me, as thou killidist yisterdai the Egipcian? Moises dredde, and seide, Hou is this word maad opun?
    215And Farao herde this word, and souyte to sle Moyses, which fledde fro his siyt, and dwellide in the lond of Madian, and sat bisidis a pit.
    216Forsothe seuene douytris weren to the preest of Madian, that camen to drawe watir; and whanne the trouyis weren fillid, thei coueitiden to watere 'the flockis of her fadir.
    217Scheepherdis camen aboue, and dreuen hem awei; and Moises roos, and defendide the dameselis; and he watride 'the scheep of hem.
    218And whanne thei hadden turned ayen to Jetro, her fadir, he seide to hem, Whi camen ye swiftliere than ye weren wont?
    219Thei answeriden, A man of Egipt delyuerede vs fro the hond of scheepherdis; ferthermore and he drow watir with vs, and yaf drynk to the scheep.
    220And he seide, Where is that man? whi leften ye the man? clepe ye hym, that he ete breed.
    221Therfor Moises swoor, that he wolde dwelle with Jetro; and he took a wijf, Sefora, 'the douyter of Jetro.
    222And sche childide a sone to hym, whom he clepide Gersan, and seide, Y was a comelyng in an alyen lond. Forsothe sche childide an othir sone, whom he clepide Eliezer, and seide, For God of my fadir is myn helpere, and delyuerede me fro the hond of Farao.
    223Forsothe aftir myche tyme the kyng of Egipt diede, and the sones of Israel inwardli weiliden for werkis, and crieden, and the cry of hem for werkis stiede to God.
    224And he herde the weilyng of hem, and he hadde mynde of the boond of pees, which he hadde maad with Abraham, Ysaac, and Jacob; and he bihelde the sones of Israel,
    225and knewe hem.
    301Forsothe Moises kepte the scheep of Jetro, 'his wyues fadir, preest of Madian; and whanne he hadde dryue the floc to the ynnere partis of deseert, he cam to Oreb, the hil of God.
    302Forsothe the Lord apperide to hym in the flawme of fier fro the myddis of the buysch, and he seiy that the buysch brente, and was not forbrent.
    303Therfor Moyses seide, Y schal go and schal se this greet siyt, whi the buysch is not forbrent.
    304Sotheli the Lord seiy that Moises yede to se, and he clepide Moises fro the myddis of the buysch, and seide, Moyses! Moises! Which answeride, Y am present.
    305And the Lord seide, Neiye thou not hidur, but vnbynde thou the scho of thi feet, for the place in which thou stondist is hooli lond.
    306And the Lord seide, Y am God of thi fadir, God of Abraham, and God of Isaac, and God of Jacob. Moises hidde his face, for he durste not biholde ayens God.
    307To whom the Lord seide, Y seiy the affliccion of my puple in Egipt, and Y herde the cry therof, for the hardnesse of hem that ben souereyns of werkis.
    308And Y knew the sorewe of the puple, and Y cam down to delyuere it fro the hondis of Egipcians, and lede out of that lond in to a good lond and brood, into a lond that flowith with milk and hony, to the places of Cananey, and of Ethei, of Amorrey, and of Feresei, of Euey, and of Jebusei.
    309Therfor the cry of the sones of Israel cam to me, and Y seiy the turment of hem, bi which thei ben oppressid of Egipcians.
    310But come thou, I schal sende thee to Farao, that thou lede out my puple, the sones of Israel, fro Egipt.
    311And Moises seide to hym, Who am Y, that Y go to Farao, and lede out the sones of Israel fro Egipt?
    312And the Lord seide to Moises, Y schal be with thee, and thou schalt haue this signe, that Y haue sent thee, whanne thou hast led out my puple fro Egipt, thou schalt offre to God on this hil.
    313Moises seide to God, Lo! Y schal go to the sones of Israel, and Y schal seie to hem, God of youre fadris sente me to you; if thei schulen seie to me, what is his name, what schal Y seie to hem?
    314The Lord seide to Moises, Y am that am. The Lord seide, Thus thou schalt seie to the sones of Israel, He that is sente me to you.
    315And eft God seide to Moises, Thou schalt seie these thingis to the sones of Israel, The Lord God of youre fadris, God of Abraham, and God of Isaac, and God of Jacob, sente me to you; this name is to me with outen ende , and this is my memorial in generacioun and in to generacioun.
    316Go thou, gadere thou the eldere men, that is, iugis, of Israel, and thou schalt seie to hem, The Lord God of youre fadris apperide to me, God of Abraham, and God of Ysaac, and God of Jacob, and seide, Y visitynge haue visitid you, and Y seiy alle thingis that bifelden to you in Egipt;
    317and Y seide, that Y lede out you fro the affliccioun of Egipt in to the lond of Cananey, and of Ethei, and of Amorrei, and of Ferezei and of Euei, and of Jebusei, to the lond flowynge with mylk and hony.
    318And thei schulen here thi vois; and thou schalt entre, and the eldere men of Israel to the kyng of Egipt, and thou schalt seie to hym, The Lord God of Ebrews clepide vs; we schulen go the weie of thre daies in to wildirnesse, that we offre to oure Lord God.
    319But Y woot, that the kyng of Egipt schal not delyuere you that ye go, but bi strong hond;
    320for Y schal holde forthe myn hond, and I schal smyte Egipt in alle my marueils, whiche Y schal do in the myddis of hem; aftir these thingis he schal delyuere you.
    321And Y schal yyue grace to this puple bifore Egipcians, and whanne ye schulen go out, ye schulen not go out voide;
    322but a womman schal axe of hir neiyboresse and of her hoosteesse siluerne vesselis, and goldun, and clothis, and ye schulen putte tho on youre sones and douytris, and ye schulen make nakid Egipt.
    401Moyses answeride, and seide, The comyns schulen not bileue to me, nether thei schulen here my vois; but thei schulen seie, The Lord apperide not to thee.
    402Therfor the Lord seide to hym, What is this that thou holdist in thin hond? Moises answeride, A yerde.
    403And the Lord seide, Caste it forth into erthe; and he castide forth, and it was turned in to a serpent, so that Moises fledde.
    404And the Lord seide, Holde forth thin hond, and take the tail therof; he stretchide forth, and helde, and it was turned in to a yerde.
    405And the Lord seide, That thei bileue, that the Lord God of thi fadris apperide to thee, God of Abraham, and God of Isaac, and God of Jacob.
    406And the Lord seide eft, Putte thin hond in to thi bosum; and whanne he hadde put it in to the bosum, he brouyte forth it leprouse, at the licnesse of snow.
    407The Lord seide, Withdrawe thin hond in to thi bosum; he withdrow, and brouyte forth eft, and it was lijc the tother fleisch.
    408The Lord seide, If thei schulen not bileue to thee, nether schulen here the word of the formere signe, thei schulen bileue to the word of the signe suynge;
    409that if thei bileuen not sotheli to these twei signes, nether heren thi vois, take thou watir of the flood, and schedde out it on the drie lond, and what euer thing thou schalt drawe vp of the flood, it schal be turned in to blood.
    410Moises seide, Lord, Y biseche, Y am 'not eloquent fro yistirdai and the thridde dai ago; and sithen thou hast spokun to thi seruaunt, Y am of more lettid and slowere tunge.
    411The Lord seide to hym, Who made the mouth of man, ether who made a doumb man and 'deef, seynge and blynd? whether not Y?
    412Therfor go thou, and Y schal be in thi mouth, and Y schal teche thee what thou schalt speke.
    413And he seide, Lord, Y biseche, sende thou whom thou schalt sende.
    414And the Lord was wrooth ayens Moises, and seide, Y woot, that Aaron, thi brother, of the lynage of Leuy, is eloquent; lo! he schal go out in to thi comyng, and he schal se thee, and schal be glad in herte.
    415Speke thou to hym, and putte thou my wordis in his mouth, and Y schal be in thi mouth, and in the mouth of hym; and Y schal schewe to you what ye owen to do.
    416He schal speke for thee to the puple, and he schal be thi mouth; forsothe thou schalt be to him in these thingis, that perteynen to God.
    417Also take thou this yerde in thin hond, in which thou schalt do myraclis.
    418Moises yede, and turnede ayen to Jetro, his wyues fadir, and seide to hym, Y schal go, and turne ayen to my britheren in to Egipt, that Y se, whether thei lyuen yit. To whom Jetro seide, Go thou in pees.
    419Therfor the Lord seide to Moyses in Madian, Go thou, and turne ayen into Egipt; for alle thei ben deed that souyten thi lijf.
    420Moises took his wijf, and hise sones, and puttide hem on an asse, and he turnede ayen in to Egipt, and bar the yerde of God in his hond.
    421And the Lord seide to hym turnynge ayen in to Egipt, Se, that thou do alle wondris, whiche Y haue put in thin hond, bifore Farao; Y schal make hard his herte, and he schal not delyuere the puple; and thou schalt seie to hym,
    422The Lord seith these thingis, My firste gendrid sone is Israel;
    423Y seide to thee, delyuere thou my sone, that he serue me, and thou noldist delyuere hym; lo! Y schal sle thi firste gendrid sone.
    424And whanne Moises was in the weie, in an yn, the Lord cam to him, and wolde sle hym.
    425Sefora took anoon a moost scharp stoon, and circumcidide the yerde of hir sone; and sche towchide 'the feet of Moises, and seide, Thou art an hosebonde of bloodis to me.
    426And he lefte hym, aftir that sche hadde seid, Thou art an hosebonde of bloodis to me for circumcisioun.
    427Forsothe the Lord seide to Aaron, Go thou in to the comyng of Moises in to deseert; which yede ayens Moises in to the hil of God, and kisside him.
    428And Moises telde to Aaron alle the wordis of the Lord, for whiche he hadde sent Moises; and 'he telde the myraclis, whiche the Lord hadde comaundid.
    429And thei camen togidere, and gaderiden alle the eldere men of the sones of Israel.
    430And Aaron spak alle the wordis, whiche the Lord hadde seid to Moises, and he dide the signes bifore the puple;
    431and the puple bileuede; and thei herden, that the Lord hadde visitid the sones of Israel, and that he hadde biholde the turment of hem; and thei worschipiden lowe.
    501Aftir these thingis Moises and Aaron entriden, and seiden to Farao, The Lord God of Israel seith these thingis, Delyuere thou my puple, that it make sacrifice to me in deseert.
    502And he answeride, Who is the Lord, that Y here his vois, and delyuere Israel? I knowe not the Lord, and Y schal not delyuere Israel.
    503Thei seiden, God of Ebrews clepide vs, that we go the weie of thre daies in to wildirnesse, and that we make sacrifice to oure Lord God, lest perauenture pestilence, ether swerd, bifalle to vs.
    504The kyng of Egipt seide to hem, Moises and Aaron, whi stiren ye the puple fro her werkis? Go ye to youre chargis.
    505And Farao seide, The puple of the loond is myche; ye seen that the cumpany hath encreessid; hou myche more schal it encreesse, if ye schulen yyue to hem reste fro werkis.
    506Therfor Farao comaundide in that dai to the maistris of werkis, and to rente gadereris of the puple,
    507and seide, Ye schulen no more yyue stre to the puple, to make tijl stoonys as bifore; but go thei, and gedere stobil;
    508and ye schulen sette on hem the mesure of tijl stoonys, which thei maden bifore, nether ye schulen abate ony thing; for thei ben idil, and therfor thei crien, and seien, Go we, and make we sacrifice to oure God;
    509be thei oppressid bi werkis, and fille thei tho, that thei assente not to the false wordis.
    510Therfor the maistris of the workis and the rente gadereris yeden out to the puple, and seiden, Thus seith Farao, Y yyue not to you stre;
    511go ye, and gadere, if ye moun fynde ony where; nether ony thing schal be decreessid of youre werk.
    512And the puple was scaterid bi al the lond of Egipt to gadre stre.
    513And the maystris of werkis weren bisi, and seiden, Fille ye youre werk ech dai, as ye weren wont to do, whanne the stre was youun to you.
    514And thei, that weren maistris of the werkis of the sones of Israel, weren betun of the rent gadereris of Farao, that seiden, Whi filliden ye not the mesure of tijl stoonus, as bifore, nether yistirdai nethir to dai?
    515And the souereyns of the sonys of Israel camen, and crieden to Farao, and seiden, Whi doist thou so ayens thi seruauntis?
    516Stre is not youun to vs, and tijl stoonus ben comaundid in lijk manere. Lo! we thi seruauntis ben betun with scourgis, and it is doon vniustli ayens thi puple.
    517Farao seide, Ye yyuen tent to idilnesse, and therfor ye seien, Go we, and make we sacrifice to the Lord;
    518therfor go ye, and worche; stre schal not be youun to you, and ye schulen yelde the customable noumbre of tijl stoonus.
    519And the souereyns of the children of Israel sien hem silf in yuel, for it was seid to hem, No thing schal be decreessid of tijl stoonus bi alle daies.
    520And thei 'camen to Moises and Aaron, that stoden euene ayens, and thei 'yeden out fro Farao,
    521and seiden to 'Moises and Aaron, The Lord se, and deme, for ye han maad oure odour to stynke bifore Farao and hise seruauntis; and ye han youe to hym a swerd, that he schulde sle vs.
    522And Moises turnede ayen to the Lord, and seide, Lord, whi hast thou turmentid this puple? why sentist thou me?
    523For sithen Y entride to Farao, that Y schulde speke in thi name, thou hast turmentid thi puple, and hast not delyuered hem.
    601And the Lord seide to Moises, Now thou schalt se, what thingis Y schal do to Farao; for bi strong hond he schal delyuere hem, and in myyti hond he schal caste hem out of his lond.
    602And the Lord spak to Moises,
    603and seide, Y am the Lord, that apperide to Abraham, and to Isaac, and to Jacob in Almyyti God; and Y schewide not to hem my greet name Adonai ;
    604and Y made couenaunt with hem, that Y schulde yyue to hem the lond of Canaan, the lond of her pilgrymage, in which thei weren comelyngis.
    605Y herde the weilyng of the sones of Israel, in which the Egipcians oppresseden hem, and Y hadde mynde of my couenaunt.
    606Therfor seie thou to the sones of Israel, Y am the Lord, that schal lede out you of the prisoun of Egipcians; and Y schal delyuere fro seruage; and Y schal ayen bie in 'an hiy arm, and in grete domes;
    607and Y schal take you to me in to a puple, and Y schal be youre God; and ye schulen wite, for Y am youre Lord God, 'which haue led you out of the prisoun of Egipcians,
    608and haue led you in to the lond, on which Y reiside myn hond, that Y schulde yyue it to Abraham, and to Ysaac, and to Jacob; and Y schal yyue to you that lond to be weldid; I the Lord.
    609Therfor Moises telde alle thingis to the sones of Irael, whiche assentide not to hym for the angwisch of spirit, and for the hardest werk.
    610And the Lord spak to Moises,
    611and seide, Entre thou, and speke to Farao, kyng of Egipt, that he delyuere the children of Israel fro his lond.
    612Moises answeride bifore the Lord, Lo! the children of Israel here not me, and hou schal Farao here, moost sithen Y am vncircumcidid in lippis?
    613And the Lord spak to Moises and to Aaron, and yaf comaundementis to the sones of Israel, and to Farao, kyng of Egipt, that thei schulden lede out the sones of Israel fro the lond of Egipt.
    614These ben the princis of housis bi her meynees. The sones of Ruben, the firste gendrid of Israel, Enoch, and Fallu, Esrom, and Charmy; these ben the kynredis of Ruben.
    615The sones of Symeon, Jamuel, and Jamyn, and Aod, and Jachym, and Soer, and Saul, the sone of a womman of Canaan; these ben the kynretis of Symeon.
    616And these ben the names of the sones of Leuy by her kynredis, Gerson, and Caath, and Merary. Forsothe the yeeris of lijf of Leuy weren an hundrid and seuene and thretti.
    617The sones of Gerson, Lobny and Semei, bi her kynredis.
    618The sones of Caath, Amram, and Isuar, and Hebron, and Oziel; and the yeeris of lijf of Caath weren an hundrid and thre and thretti.
    619The sones of Merari weren Mooli and Musi. These weren the kynredis of Leuy bi her meynees.
    620Forsothe Amram took a wijf, Jocabed, douytir of his fadris brother, and sche childide to hym Aaron, and Moises, and Marie; and the yeeris of lijf of Amram weren an hundred and seuene and thretti.
    621Also the sones of Isuar weren Chore, and Nafeg, and Zechry.
    622Also the sones of Oziel weren Misael, and Elisaphan, and Sechery.
    623Sotheli Aaron took a wijf, Elizabeth, the douytir of Amynadab, the sistir of Naason, and sche childide to hym Nadab, and Abyu, and Eleazar, and Ythamar.
    624Also the sones of Chore weren Aser, and Elcana, and Abiasab; thes weren the kinredis of Chore.
    625And sotheli Eleazar, sone of Aaron, took a wijf of the douytris of Phatiel, and sche childide Fynees to hym. These ben the princis of the meynees of Leuy bi her kynredis.
    626This is Aaron and Moises, to whiche the Lord comaundide, that thei schulden lede out of the lond of Egipt the sones of Israel by her cumpanyes;
    627these it ben, that speken to Pharao king of Egipt, that thei lede the sones of Israel out of Egipt;
    628this is Moises and Aaron, in the dai in which the Lord spak to Moises in the lond of Egipt.
    629And the Lord spak to Moises, and seide, Y am the Lord; spek thou to Farao, kyng of Egipt, alle thingis whiche Y speke to thee.
    630And Moises seide bifore the Lord, Lo! Y am vncircumcidid in lippis; hou schal Farao here me?
    701And the Lord seide to Moises, Lo! Y haue maad thee the god of Farao; and Aaron, thi brother, schal be thi prophete.
    702Thou schalt speke to Aaron alle thingis whiche Y comaunde to thee, and he schal speke to Farao, that he delyuere the sones of Israel fro his hond.
    703But Y schal make hard his herte, and Y schal multiplie my signes and merueils in the lond of Egipt, and he schal not here you;
    704and Y schal sende myn hond on Egipt, and Y schal lede out myn oost, and my puple, the sones of Israel, fro the lond of Egipt bi mooste domes;
    705and Egipcians schulen wite, that Y am the Lord, which haue holde forth myn hond on Egipt, and haue led out of the myddis of hem the sones of Israel.
    706And so Moises dide and Aaron; as the Lord comaundide, so thei diden.
    707Forsothe Moyses was of fourescoor yeer, and Aaron was of fourescoor yeer and thre, whanne thei spaken to Farao.
    708And the Lord seide to Moises and to Aaron,
    709Whanne Farao schal seie to you, Schewe ye signes to vs, thou schalt seie to Aaron, Take thi yerde, and caste forth it before Farao, and be it turned into a serpent.
    710And so Moises and Aaron entriden to Farao, and diden as the Lord comaundide; and Aaron took the yeerde, and castide forth bifore Farao and hise seruauntis, which yerde was turned in to a serpent.
    711Forsothe Farao clepide wise men, and witchis, and thei also diden bi enchauntementis of Egipt, and bi summe priuy thingis in lijk maner;
    712and alle castiden forth her yerdis, whiche weren turned in to dragouns; but the yerde of Aaron deuouride 'the yerdis of hem.
    713And the herte of Farao was maad hard, and he herde not hem, as the Lord comaundide.
    714Forsothe the Lord seide to Moyses, The herte of Farao is maad greuouse, he nyle delyuere the puple;
    715go thou to hym eerli; lo! he schal go out to the watris, and thou schalt stonde in the comyng of hym on the brynke of the flood; and thou schalt take in thin honde the yerde, that was turned into a dragoun,
    716and thou schalt seie to hym, The Lord God of Ebrews sente me to thee, and seide, Delyuere thou my puple, that it make sacrifice to me in desert; til to present time thou noldist here.
    717Therfor the Lord seith these thingis, In this thou schalt wite, that Y am the Lord; lo! Y schal smyte with the yerde, which is in myn hond, the watir of the flood, and it schal be turned in to blood;
    718and the fischis that ben in the flood schulen die; and the watris schulen wexe rotun, and Egipcians drynkynge the watir of the flood schulen be turmentid.
    719Also the Lord seide to Moises, Seie thou to Aaron, Take thi yerde, and holde forth thin hond on the watris of Egipt, and on the flodis of hem, and on the stremys 'of hem, and on the mareis, and alle lakis of watris, that tho be turned in to blood; and blood be in al the lond of Egipt, as wel in vessils of tree as of stoon.
    720And Moises and Aaron diden so, as the Lord comaundide; and Aaron reiside the yerde, and smoot the watir of the flood bifore Farao and hise seruauntis, which watir was turned in to blood;
    721and fischis, that weren in the flood, dieden; and the flood was rotun, and Egipcians myyten not drynke the water of the flood; and blood was in al the lond of Egipt.
    722And the witchis of Egipcians diden in lijk maner by her enchauntementis; and the herte of Farao was maad hard, and he herde not hem, as the Lord comaundide.
    723And he turnede awei hym silf, and entride in to his hows, nethir he took it to herte, yhe, in this tyme.
    724Forsothe alle Egipcians diggiden watir 'bi the cumpas of the flood, to drinke; for thei myyten not drynke of the 'watir of the flood.
    725And seuene daies weren fillid, aftir that the Lord smoot the flood.
    801Also the Lord seide to Moises, Entre thou to Farao, and thou schalt seie to hym, The Lord seith these thingis, Delyuere thou my puple, that it make sacrifice to me; sotheli if thou nylt delyuere, lo!
    802Y schal smyte alle thi termys with paddoks;
    803and the flood schal buyle out paddokis, that schulen stie, and schulen entre in to thin hows, and in to the closet of thi bed, and on thi bed, and in to 'the hous of thi seruauntis, and in to thi puple, and in to thin ouenes, and in to the relyues of thi metis;
    804and the paddoks schulen entre to thee, and to thi puple, and to alle thi seruauntis.
    805And the Lord seide to Moises, Seie thou to Aaron, Hold forth thin hond on the floodis, and on the streemes, and mareis; and bryng out paddoks on the lond of Egipt.
    806And Aaron helde forth the hond on the watris of Egipt; and paddoks stieden, and hileden the lond of Egipt.
    807Forsothe and the witchis diden in lijk maner bi her enchauntementis; and thei brouyten forth paddoks on the lond of Egipt.
    808Forsothe Farao clepide Moises and Aaron, and seide to hem, Preie ye the Lord, that he do a wei the paddoks fro me, and fro my puple; and Y schal delyuere the puple, that it make sacrifice to the Lord.
    809And Moises seide to Farao, Ordeyne thou a tyme to me, whanne Y schal preie for thee, and for thi seruauntis, and for thi puple, that the paddokis be dryuun awei fro thee, and fro thin hows, and fro thi seruauntis, and fro thi puple; and dwelle oneli in the flood.
    810And he answeride, To morewe. And Moises seide, Y schal do bi thi word, that thou wite, that noon is as oure Lord God; and the paddoks schulen go awei fro thee,
    811and fro thin hous, and fro thi children, and fro thi seruauntis, and fro thi puple; and tho schulen dwelle oneli in the flood.
    812And Moises and Aaron yeden out fro Farao. And Moises criede to the Lord, for the biheest of paddoks, which he hadde seid to Farao.
    813And the Lord dide bi the word of Moises; and the paddoks weren deed fro housis, and fro townes, and fro feeldis;
    814and thei gaderiden tho in to grete heepis, and the lond was rotun.
    815Sotheli Farao seiy that reste was youun, and he made greuous his herte, and herde not hem, as the Lord comaundide.
    816And the Lord seide to Moises, Spek thou to Aaron, Holde forth thi yerde, and smyte the dust of erthe, and litle flies, ether gnattis, be in al the lond of Egipt.
    817And thei diden so; and Aaron helde forth the hond, and helde the yerde, and smoot the duste of erthe; and gnattis weren maad in men, and in werk beestis; al the dust of erthe was turned in to gnattis bi al the lond of Egipt.
    818And witchis diden in lijk maner bi her enchauntementis, that thei schulden brynge forth gnattis, and thei miyten not; and gnattis weren as wel in men as in werk beestis.
    819And the witchis seiden to Farao, This is the fyngur of God. And the herte of Farao was maad hard, and he herde not hem, as the Lord comaundide.
    820And the Lord seide to Moises, Rise thou eerli, and stonde bifore Farao, for he schal go out to the watris; and thou schalt seie to hym, The Lord seith these thingis, Delyuere thou my puple, that it make sacrifice to me;
    821that if thou schalt not delyuere the puple, lo! Y schal sende in to thee, and in to thi seruauntis, and in to thi puple, and in to thin housis, al the kynde of flies ; and the housis of Egipcians schulen be fillid with flies of dyuerse kyndis, and al the lond in which thei schulen be.
    822And in that dai Y schal make wondurful the lond of Gessen, in which my puple is, that flies be not there; and that thou wite that Y am the Lord in the myddis of erthe;
    823and Y schal sette departyng bitwixe my puple and thi puple; this signe schal be to morewe.
    824And the Lord dide so. And a moost greuouse flie cam in to the hows of Farao, and of hise seruauntis, and in to al the lond of Egipt; and the lond was corrupt of siche flies.
    825And Farao clepide Moises and Aaron, and seide to hem, Go ye, make ye sacrifice to 'youre Lord God in this lond.
    826And Moises seide, It may not be so, for 'we schulen offre to oure God the abhomynaciouns of Egipcians; that if we schulen sle bifore Egipcians tho thingis whiche thei worschipen, thei schulen 'ouerleie vs with stoonus.
    827We schulen go the weie of thre daies in to wildirnesse, and we schulen make sacrifice to oure Lord God, as he comaundide vs.
    828And Farao seide, Y schal delyuere you, that ye make sacrifice to 'youre Lord God in deseert; netheles go ye not ferthere; preie ye for me.
    829And Moises seide, Y schal go out fro thee, and Y schal preie the Lord; and the fli schal go awei fro Farao, and fro hise seruauntis, and puple to morewe; netheles nyle thou more disseyue me, that thou delyuere not the puple to make sacrifice to the Lord.
    830And Moises yede out fro Farao, and preiede the Lord, whiche dide bi the word of Moyses,
    831and took awei flies fro Farao, and fro hise seruauntis, and puple; noon lefte, 'sotheli nether oon.
    832And the herte of Farao was maad hard, so that he delyueride not the puple, sothli nethir in this tyme.
    901Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Entre thou to Farao, and speke thou to hym, The Lord God of Ebrews seith these thingis, Delyuere thou my puple, that it make sacrifice to me;
    902that if thou forsakist yit, and withholdist hem, lo!
    903myn hond schal be on thi feeldis, on horsis, and assis, and camels, and oxun, and scheep, a pestilence ful greuous;
    904and the Lord schal make a merueilous thing bitwixe the possessiouns of Israel and the possessiouns of Egipcians, that outirli no thing perische of these thingis that perteynen to the sones of Israel.
    905And the Lord ordeinede a tyme, and seide, To morewe the Lord schal do this word in the lond.
    906Therfor the Lord made this word in the tother dai, and alle the lyuynge beestis of Egipcians weren deed; forsothe outirli no thing perischide of the beestis of the sones of Israel.
    907And Farao sente to se, nether ony thing was deed of these thingis whiche Israel weldide; and the herte of Farao was maad greuouse, and he delyuerede not the puple.
    908And the Lord seide to Moises and Aaron, Take ye the hondis ful of askis of the chymeney, and Moises sprynge it in to heuene bifore Farao;
    909and be there dust on al the lond of Egipt; for whi botchis schulen be in men and in werk beestis, and bolnynge bladdris schulen be in al the lond of Egipt.
    910And thei token askis of the chymney, and stoden bifore Farao; and Moises spreynt it into heuene; and woundis of bolnynge bladdris weren maad in men, and in werk beestis;
    911and the witchis myyten not stonde bifor Moises, for woundis that weren in hem, and in al the lond of Egipt.
    912And the Lord made hard the herte of Farao, and he herde not hem, as the Lord spak to Moises.
    913Also the Lord seide to Moises, Rise thou eerli, and stonde bifore Farao, and thou schalt seie to hym, The Lord God of Ebrews seth these thingis, Delyuere thou my puple, that it make sacrifice to me;
    914for in this tyme Y schal sende alle my veniauncis on thin herte, and on thi seruauntis, and on thi puple, that thou wite, that noon is lijk me in al erthe.
    915For now Y schal holde forth the hond, and Y schal smyte thee and thi puple with pestilence, and thou schalt perische fro erthe;
    916forsothe herfor Y haue set thee, that Y schewe my strengthe in thee, and that my name be teld in ech lond.
    917Yit thou withholdist my puple, and nylt delyuere it?
    918Lo! to morewe in this same our Y schal reyne ful myche hail, which maner hail was not in Egipt, fro the dai in which it was foundid, til in to present tyme.
    919Therfor sende thou 'riyt now, and gadere thi werk beestis, and alle thingis whiche thou hast in the feeld; for men and werk beestis and alle thingis that ben in feeldis with outforth, and ben not gaderid fro the feeldis, and haile falle on tho, schulen die.
    920He that dredde 'the Lordis word, of the seruauntis of Farao, made his seruauntis and werk beestis fle in to housis;
    921sotheli he that dispiside the 'Lordis word, lefte his seruauntis and werk beestis in the feeldis.
    922And the Lord seide to Moises, Holde forth thin hond in to heuene, that hail be maad in al the lond of Egipt, on men, and on werk beestis, and on ech eerbe of the feeld in the lond of Egipt.
    923And Moises held forth the yerde in to heuene; and the Lord yaf thundris, and hail, and leitis rennynge aboute on the lond; and the Lord reynede hail on the lond of Egipt;
    924and hail and fier meddlid togidere weren borun forth; and it was of so myche greetnesse, how greet apperide neuere bifore in al the lond of Egipt, sithen thilke puple was maad.
    925And the hail smoot in the lond of Egipt alle thingis that weren in the feeldis, fro man til to werk beeste; and the hail smoot al the eerbe of the feeld, and brak al the flex of the cuntrey;
    926oonli the hail felde not in the lond of Gessen, where the sones of Israel weren.
    927And Farao sente, and clepide Moises and Aaron, and seide to hem, Y haue synned also now; the Lord is iust, Y and my puple ben wickid;
    928preye ye the Lord, that the thundris and hail of God ceesse, and Y schal delyuere you, and dwelle ye no more here.
    929Moyses seide, Whanne Y schal go out of the citee, Y schal holde forth myn hondis to the Lord, and leitis and thundris schulen ceesse, and hail schal not be, that thou wite, that the lond is the Lordis;
    930forsothe Y knowe, that thou and thi seruauntis dreden not yit the Lord.
    931Therfor the flex and barli was hirt, for the barli was greene, and the flex hadde buriounned thanne knoppis;
    932forsothe wheete and beenys weren not hirt, for tho weren late.
    933And Moyses yede out fro Farao, and fro the citee, and helde forth the hondis to the Lord, and thundris and hail ceessiden, and reyn droppide no more on the erthe.
    934Sotheli Farao siy that the reyn hadde ceessid, and the hail, and thundris, and he encreesside synne;
    935and the herte of hym and of hise seruauntis was maad greuouse, and his herte was maad hard greetli; nethir he lefte the sones of Israel, as the Lord comaundide bi 'the hond of Moises.
    1001And the Lord seide to Moises, Entre thou to Farao, for Y haue maad hard the herte of hym, and of hise seruauntis, that Y do these signes 'of me in hym;
    1002and that thou telle in the eeris of thi sone and of 'thi sones sones, how ofte Y al to-brak Egipcians, and dide signes in hem; and that ye wyte that Y am the Lord.
    1003Therfore Moises and Aaron entriden to Farao, and seiden to hym, The Lord God of Ebrews seith these thingis, How long 'nylt thou be maad suget to me? Delyuere thou my puple, that it make sacrifice to me; ellis sotheli if thou ayenstondist,
    1004and nylt delyuere it, lo! Y schal brynge in to morewe a locuste in to thi coostis,
    1005which schal hile the hiyere part of erthe, nether ony thing therof schal appere, but that, that was 'residue to the hail schal be etun; for it schal gnawe alle the trees that buriounnen in feeldis;
    1006and tho schulen fille thin howsis, and the howsis of thi seruauntis, and of alle Egipcians, hou greet thi fadris and grauntsiris sien not, sithen thei weren borun on erthe, til in to present dai. And Moises turnede awei hym silf, and yede out fro Farao.
    1007Forsothe the seruauntis of Farao seiden to hym, Hou longe schulen we suffre this sclaundre? Delyuere the men, that thei make sacrifice to 'her Lord God; seest thou not that Egipt perischide?
    1008And thei ayen clepiden Moises and Aaron to Farao, and he seide to hem, Go ye, and make ye sacrifice to 'youre Lord God; whiche ben thei, that schulen go?
    1009Moises seide, We schulen go with oure litle children and eldre, and with sones, and douytris, with scheep, and grete beestis; for it is the solempnyte of 'oure Lord God.
    1010And Farao answeride, So the Lord be with you ; hou therfor schal Y delyuere you and youre litle children? to whom is it doute, that ye thenken worst?
    1011It schal 'not be so; but go ye men oneli, and make ye sacrifice to the Lord; for also ye axiden this. And anoon thei weren cast out fro the siyt of Farao.
    1012Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Holde forth thi hond on the lond of Egipt, to a locust, that it stie on the lond, and deuoure al the eerbe which is residue to the hail.
    1013And Moises helde forthe the yerde on the lond of Egipt, and the Lord brouyte in a brennynge wynd al that dai and niyt; and whanne the morewtid was maad, the brennynge wynd reiside locustis, whiche stieden on al the lond of Egipt,
    1014and saten in alle the coostis of Egipcians; 'and the locustis weren vnnoumbrable, and suche weren not bifore that tyme, nether schulen come aftirward.
    1015And tho hiliden al the face of the erthe, and wastiden alle thingis; therfor the eerbe of the erthe was deuourid, and what euere of applis was in trees, whiche the hail hadde left, 'it was deuourid; and outirli no green thing was left in trees and in eerbis of erthe, in al Egipt.
    1016Wherfor Farao hastide, and clepide Moises and Aaron, and seide to hem, Y haue synned ayens youre Lord God, and ayens yow;
    1017but now foryyue ye the synne to me; also in this tyme preie ye youre Lord God, that he take awey fro me this deeth.
    1018And Moises yede out of the siyt of Farao, and preiede the Lord;
    1019which made a moost strong wynd to blowe fro the west, and took, and castide the locust in to the reed see; 'noon dwellide, sotheli nether oon, in alle the coostis of Egipt.
    1020And the Lord made hard the herte of Farao, and he lefte not the sones of Israel.
    1021Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Holde forth thin hond in to heuene, and derknessis be on the lond of Egipt, so thicke that tho moun be gropid.
    1022And Moises helde forth the hond in to heuene, and orrible derknessis weren maad in al the lond of Egipt;
    1023in thre daies no man seiy his brother, nether mouede him silf fro that place in which he was. Whereuer the sones of Israel dwelliden, liyt was.
    1024And Farao clepide Moises and Aaron, and seide to hem, Go ye, make ye sacrifice to the Lord; oneli youre scheep and grete beestis dwelle stille; youre litle children go with you.
    1025Moises seide, Also thou schalt yyue to vs offryngis and brent sacrifices, whiche we schulen offre to 'oure Lord God;
    1026alle the flockis schulen go with vs, for 'a cle schal not dwelle of tho thingis, that ben nedeful in to the worschipyng of 'oure Lord God, moost sithen we witen not what owith to be offrid, til we comen to that place.
    1027Forsothe the Lord made hard the herte of Farao, and he nolde delyuere hem.
    1028And Farao seide to Moises, Go awei fro me, and be war that thou se no more my face; in whateuer dai thou schalt appere to me, thou schalt die.
    1029Moyses answeride, Be it doon so, as thou hast spokun; I schal no more se thi face.
    1101And the Lord seide to Moises, Yit Y schal touche Farao and Egipt with o veniaunce, and after these thingis he schal delyuere you, and schal constreyne you to go out.
    1102Therfor thou schalt seie to al the puple, that a man axe of his freend, and a womman of hir neiyboresse, silueren vessels and goldun, and clothis;
    1103forsothe the Lord schal yyue grace to his puple bifor Egipcians. And Moises was a ful greet man in the lond of Egipt, bifore the seruauntis of Farao and al the puple;
    1104and he seide, The Lord seith these thingis, At mydnyyt Y schal entre in to Egipt;
    1105and ech firste gendrid thing in the lond of Egipcians schal die, fro the firste gendrid of Farao, that sittith in the trone of hym, til to the firste gendrid of the handmayde, which is at the querne; and alle the firste gendrid of beestis schulen die;
    1106and greet cry schal be in al the lond of Egipt, which maner cry was not bifore, nether schal be aftirward.
    1107Forsothe at alle the children of Israel a dogge schal not make priuy noise, fro man til to beeste; that ye wite bi how greet myracle the Lord departith Egipcians and Israel.
    1108And alle these thi seruauntis schulen come doun to me, and thei schulen preye me, and schulen seie, Go out thou, and al the puple which is suget to thee; aftir these thingis we schulen go out.
    1109And Moyses was ful wrooth, and yede out fro Farao. Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Farao schal not here you, that many signes be maad in the lond of Egipt.
    1110Sotheli Moises and Aaron maden alle signes and wondris, that ben writun, bifor Farao; and the Lord made hard the herte of Farao, nether he delyuerede the sones of Israel fro his lond.
    1201Also the Lord seide to Moises and Aaron in the lond of Egipt,
    1202This monethe, the bigynnyng of monethis to you, schal be the firste in the monethis of the yeer.
    1203Speke ye to al the cumpanye of the sones of Israel, and seie ye to hem, In the tenthe dai of this monethe ech man take a lomb by hise meynees and housis;
    1204but if the noumbre is lesse, that it may not suffice to ete the lomb, he schal take his neiybore, which is ioyned to his hows, bi the noumbre of soulis, that moun suffice to the etyng of the lomb.
    1205Forsothe the lomb schal be a male of o yeer, without wem; bi which custom ye schulen take also a kide ;
    1206and ye schulen kepe hym til to the fouretenthe dai of this monethe; and al the multitude of the sones of Israel schal offre hym at euentid .
    1207And thei schulen take of his blood, and schulen put on euer either post, and in lyntels, 'ether hiyer threschfoldis, of the housis, in whiche thei schulen ete hym;
    1208and in that niyt thei schulen ete fleischis, roostid with fier, and therf looues, with letusis of the feeld.
    1209Ye schulen not ete therof ony raw thing, nether sodun in watir, but roostid oneli by fier; ye schulen deuoure the heed with feet and entrailis therof;
    1210nether ony thing therof schal abide til the morewtid; if ony thing is residue, ye schulen brenne in the fier.
    1211Forsothe thus ye schulen ete hym; ye schulen girde youre reynes, and ye schulen haue schoon in the feet, and ye schulen holde stauys in hondis, and ye schulen ete hastili; for it is fase, that is, the passyng of the Lord.
    1212And Y schal passe thorou the lond of Egipt in that niyt, and Y schal smyte al the firste gendrid thing in the lond of Egipt, fro man til to beeste; and Y the Lord schal make domes in alle the goddis of Egipt.
    1213Forsothe blood schal be to you in to signe, in the housis in whiche ye schulen be; and Y schal se the blood, and Y schal passe you; nether a wounde distriynge schal be in you, whanne Y schal smyte the lond of Egipt.
    1214Forsothe ye schulen haue this dai in to mynde, and 'ye schulen make it solempne to the Lord in youre generaciouns bi euerlastynge worschipyng.
    1215In seuene daies ye schulen ete therf breed; in the firste dai no thing diyt with sour douy schal be in youre housis; who euer schal ete ony thing diyt with sour douy, fro the firste dai til the seuenthe dai, that soule schal perische fro Israel.
    1216The firste day schal be hooli and solempne, and the seuenthe dai schal be worschipful bi the same halewyng; ye schulen not do ony werk in tho daies, outakun these thingis that perteynen to mete;
    1217and ye schulen kepe therf breed. For in that same dai Y schal lede out of the lond of Egipt youre oost; and ye schulen kepe this dai in youre generaciouns bi euerlastynge custom.
    1218In the first monethe, in the fouretenthe dai of the monethe, at euentid, ye schulen ete therf breed, til to the oon and twentithe dai of the same monethe at euentid.
    1219In seuene dayes no thing 'diyt with sour douy schal be foundun in youre housis; if ony etith ony thing diyt with sour dow, his soule schal perische fro the cumpeny of Israel, as wel of comelyngis, as of hem that ben borun in the lond.
    1220Ye schulen not ete ony thing diyt with sour dow, and ye schulen ete therf breed in alle youre dwellyng placis.
    1221Forsothe Moises clepide alle the eldre men of the sones of Israel, and seide to hem, Go ye, and take a beeste by youre meynees, and offre ye fase; and dippe ye a bundel of isope,
    1222in the blood which 'is in the threisfold, and sprynge ye therof the lyntel, and euer either post; noon of you schal go out at the dore of his hows til the morewtid.
    1223For the Lord schal passe smytynge Egipcians; and whanne he schal se the blood in the lyntel, and in euer either post, he schal passe the dore of the hows; and he schal not suffre the smytere to entre in to youre housis, and to hirte.
    1224Kepe thou this word; it schal be a lawful thing to thee and to thi sones til in to with outen ende.
    1225And whanne ye schulen entre in to the lond which the Lord schal yyue to you, as he bihiyte, ye schulen kepe these cerymonyes;
    1226and whanne youre sones schulen seie to you, What is this religioun? ye schulen seie to hem,
    1227It is the sacrifice of the passyng of the Lord, whanne he passide ouer the housis of the sones of Israel in Egipt, and smoot Egipcians, and delyueride oure housis. And the puple was bowid, and worschipide.
    1228And the sones of Israel yeden out, and diden as the Lord comaundide to Moises and to Aaron.
    1229Forsothe it was doon in the myddis of the nyyt, the Lord smoot al the firste gendrid thing in the lond of Egipt, fro the firste gendrid of Farao, that sat in the trone of hym, til to the first gendrid of the caitif womman, that was in the prisoun, and alle the first gendrid of beestis.
    1230And Farao roos in the nyyt, and alle hise seruauntis, and al Egipt; and a greet cry was maad in Egipt, for noon hows was, in which a deed man lay not.
    1231And whanne Moises and Aaron weren clepid in the nyyt, Farao seide, Rise ye, go ye out fro my puple, bothe ye and the sones of Israel; go ye, offre ye to the Lord, as ye seien;
    1232take ye youre scheep and greete beestis, as ye axiden; and go ye, and blesse ye me.
    1233And Egipcians constreyneden the puple to go out of the lond swiftli, and seiden, All we schulen die!
    1234Therfor the puple took meele spreynd togidere, bifor that it was diyt with sour douy; and boond in mentils, and puttide on her schuldris.
    1235And the sones of Israel diden as the Lord comaundide to Moises; and thei axiden of Egipcians siluerne vesselis and goldun, and ful myche clooth.
    1236Forsothe the Lord yaf grace to the puple bifor Egipcians, that the Egipcians lenten to hem; and thei maden bare Egipcians.
    1237And the sones of Israel yeden forth fro Ramasses in to Socoth, almest sixe hundrid thousind of foot men, with out litle children and wymmen;
    1238but also comyn puple of malis and femalis vnnoumbrable stieden with hem; scheep, and oxun, and ful many beestis of diuerse kynde, stieden with hem.
    1239And thei bakiden meele, which spreynd to gidere 'a while ago thei token fro Egipt, and maden therf looues bakun vnder the aischis; for the looues miyten not be diyt with sour dow, for Egipcians compelliden to go out, and suffriden not to make ony tariyng, nether it was leiser to make ony seew.
    1240Forsothe the dwellyng of the sones of Israel, bi which thei dwelliden in Egipt, was of foure hundrid and thretti yeer ;
    1241and whanne tho weren fillid, al the oost of the Lord yede out of the lond of Egipt in the same dai.
    1242This nyyt is worthi to be kept in the worschipyng of the Lord, whanne he ladde hem out of the lond of Egipt; alle the sones of Israel owen to kepe this in her generaciouns.
    1243Also the Lord seide to Moises and Aaron, This is the religioun of fase; ech alien schal not ete therof;
    1244sotheli ech seruaunt bouyt schal be circumcidid, and so he schal ete;
    1245a comelyng and hirid man schulen not ete therof;
    1246it schal be etun in oon hows; nether ye schulen bere out of the fleischis therof; nether ye schulen breke a boon therof.
    1247Ech company of the sones of Israel schal make that fase;
    1248that if ony pilgrym wole passe into youre feith and worschipyng, and make fase of the Lord, ech male kynde of hym schal be circumcidid bifore, and thanne he schal make lawfuli, and he schal be to gidere as a man borun of the lond; forsothe if ony man is not circumcidid, he schal not ete therof.
    1249The same lawe schal be to a man borun of the lond, and to a comelyng, that takith youre feith, which is a pilgrym anentis you.
    1250And alle the sones of Israel diden as the Lord comaundide to Moises and Aaron.
    1251And in the same dai the Lord ladde out of 'the lond of Egipt the sones of Israel, bi her cumpanies.
    1301Also the Lord spak to Moises, and seide,
    1302Halewe thou to me ech firste gendrid thing that openeth the wombe among the sones of Israel, as wel of men as of beestis, for whi alle ben myn.
    1303And Moises seide to the puple, Haue ye mynde of this dai, in which ye yeden out of Egipt, and of the hows of seruage, for in strong hond the Lord ledde you out of this place, that ye ete not breed diyt with sour dow.
    1304To dai ye gon out, in the monethe of new fruytis;
    1305and whanne the Lord hath led thee in to the lond of Cananey, and of Ethei, and of Amorrei, and of Euei, and of Jebusei, which lond he swoor to thi fadris, that he schulde yyue to thee, a lond flowynge with mylk and hony, thou schalt halowe this custom of holy thingis in this monethe.
    1306In seuene daies thou schalt ete therf looues, and the solempnete of the Lord schal be in the seuenthe dai;
    1307ye schulen ete therf looues seuene daies, no thing diyt with sour dow schal appere at thee, nether in alle thi coostis.
    1308And thou schalt telle to thi sone in that dai, and schalt seie, This it is that the Lord dide to me, whanne Y yede out of Egipt.
    1309And it schal be as a signe in thin hond, and as a memorial before thin iyen, and that the lawe of the Lord be euere in thi mouth; for in a strong hond the Lord ledde thee out of Egipt, and of the hows of seruage.
    1310Thou schalt kepe siche a worschipyng in tyme ordeined, 'fro daies in to daies.
    1311And whanne the Lord hath brouyt thee in to the lond of Cananey, as he swoor to thee, and to thi fadris, and hath youe it to thee,
    1312thou schalt departe to the Lord al the thing that openeth the wombe, and that that is the firste in thi beestis; what euer thing thou hast of male kynde, thou schalt halewe to the Lord.
    1313Thou schalt chaunge the firste gendrid of an asse for a scheep, that if thou ayen biest not, thou schalt sle; forsothe thou schalt ayen bie with prijs al the firste gendrid of man of thi sones.
    1314And whanne thi sone schal axe thee to morewe, and seie, What is this? thou schalt answere to hym, In a strong hond the Lord ladde vs out of the lond of Egipt, of the hows of seruage; for whanne Farao was maad hard,
    1315and nolde delyuere vs, the Lord killide alle the firste gendrid thing in the lond of Egipt, fro the firste gendrid of man til to the firste gendrid of beestis; therfor Y offre to the Lord al thing of male kynde that openeth the wombe, and Y ayen bie alle the firste gendrid thingis of my sones.
    1316Therfor it schal be as a signe in thin hond, and as a thing hangid for mynde bifore thin iyen, for in a strong hond the Lord ledde vs out of Egipt.
    1317Therfor whanne Farao hadde sent out the puple, God ledde not hem out bi the weie of 'the lond of Filisteis, which is niy; and arettid lest perauenture it wolde repente the puple, if he had seyn batelis rise ayens hym, and 'the puple wolde turn ayen in to Egipt;
    1318but God ledde aboute by the weie of deseert, which weie is bisidis the reed see. And the sones of Israel weren armed, and stieden fro the lond of Egipte.
    1319And Moises took the boonus of Joseph with hym, for he hadde chargid the sones of Israel, and hadde seid, God schal visite you, and bere ye out 'fro hennus my boonus with you.
    1320And thei yeden forth fro Socoth, and settiden tentis in Etham, in the laste endis of wildirnesse.
    1321Forsothe the Lord yede bifore hem to schewe the weie, bi dai in a piler of clowde, and bi nyyt in a piler of fier, that he schulde be ledere of the weie in euer either time;
    1322the piler of clowde failide neuere bi dai, nether the piler of fier bi niyt, bifor the puple.
    1401Forsothe the Lord spak to Moises, and seide, Speke thou to the sones of Israel;
    1402turne thei ayen, and sette thei tentis euene ayens Fiayroth, which is bitwixe Magdalum and the see, ayens Beelsefon; in the siyt therof ye schulen sette tentis ouer the see.
    1403And Farao schal seie on the sones of Israel, Thei ben maad streit in the lond, the deseert hath closid hem to gidere.
    1404And Y schal make hard his herte, and he schal pursue you, and Y schal be glorified in Farao, and in al his oost; and Egipcians schulen wite that Y am the Lord; and thei diden so.
    1405And it was teld to the kyng of Egipcians, that the puple hadde fled; and the herte of Farao and of hise seruauntis was chaungid on the puple, and thei seiden, What wolden we do, that we leften Israel, that it schulde not serue us?
    1406Therfor Farao ioynede the chare, and took with him al his puple;
    1407and he took sixe hundrid chosyn charis, and what euer thing of charis was in Egipt, and duykis of al the oost.
    1408And the Lord made hard 'the herte of Farao, kyng of Egipt, and he pursuede the sones of Israel; and thei weren go out in an hiy hond.
    1409And whanne Egipcians pursueden the steppis of the sones of Israel bifor goynge, thei founden hem in tentis on the see; al the chyualrye and charis of Farao, and al the oost weren in Fiayroth, ayens Beelsefon.
    1410And whanne Farao hadde neiyed the sones of Israel, reisiden her iyen, and thei sien Egipcians bihynde hem, and dredden greetli; and thei crieden to the Lord,
    1411and seiden to Moises, In hap sepulcris weren not in Egipt, therfor thou hast take vs awei, that we schulen die in wildirnesse? what woldist thou do this, that thou leddist vs out of Egipt?
    1412Whether this is not the word which we spaken to thee in Egipt, 'and seiden, Go awei fro vs, that we serue Egipcians? for it is myche betere to serue hem, than to die in wildirnesse.
    1413And Moises seide to the puple, Nyle ye drede, stonde ye, and 'se ye the grete werkys of God, whiche he schal do to dai; for ye schulen no more se Egipcians, whiche ye seen now, til in to with outen ende;
    1414the Lord schal fiyte for you, and ye schulen be stille.
    1415And the Lord seide to Moises, What criest thou to me? Speke thou to the sones of Israel, that thei go forth; forsothe reise thou thi yerde,
    1416and stretche forth thin hond on the see, and departe thou it, that the sones of Israel go in the myddis of the see, by drie place.
    1417Forsothe Y schal make hard the herte of Egipcians, that thei pursue you, and Y schal be glorified in Farao, and in al the oost of hym, and in the charis, and in the knyytis of hym;
    1418and Egipcians schulen wite that Y am the Lord God, whanne Y schal be glorified in Farao, and in the charis, and in the knyytis of hym.
    1419And the aungel of the Lord, that yede bifore the castellis of Israel, took hym silf, and yede bihynde hem; and the piler of cloude yede to gidir with hym, and lefte the formere thingis aftir the bak,
    1420and stood bitwixe the 'castels of Egipcians and castels of Israel; and the cloude was derk toward Egipcians, and liytnynge 'the nyyt toward 'the children of Israel, so that in al the tyme of the niyt thei miyten not neiy togidere to hem silf.
    1421And whanne Moises hadde stretchid forth the hond on the see, the Lord took it awei, the while a greet wynde and brennynge blew in al the niyt, and turnede in to dryenesse; and the watir was departid.
    1422And the sones of Israel entriden by the myddis of the drye see; for the watir was as a wal at the riyt side and left side of hem.
    1423And Egipcians pursueden, and entriden aftir hem, al the ridyng of Farao, hise charis, and knyytis, bi the myddis of the see.
    1424And the wakyng of the morewtid cam thanne, and lo! the Lord bihelde on the castels of Egipcians, bi a piler of fier, and of cloude, and killide the oost of hem; and he destriede the wheelis of charis,
    1425and tho weren borun in to the depthe. Therfor Egipcians seiden, Fle we Israel; for the Lord fiytith for hem ayenus vs.
    1426And the Lord seide to Moises, Holde forth thin hond on the see, that the watris turne ayen to Egipcians, on the charis, and knyytis of hem.
    1427And whanne Moises hadde hold forth the hoond ayens the see, it turnede ayen first in the morewtid to the formere place; and whanne Egipcians fledden, the watris camen ayen, and the Lord wlappide hem in the myddis of the floodis.
    1428And the watris turneden ayen, and hiliden the charis, and knyytis of al the oost of Farao, which sueden, and entriden in to the see; sotheli not oon of hem was alyue.
    1429Forsothe the sones of Israel yeden thorouy the myddis of the drye see, and the watris weren to hem as for a wal, on the riyt side and left side.
    1430And in that dai the Lord delyuerede Israel fro the hond of Egipcians, and thei sien Egipcians deed on the brynke of the see,
    1431and thei seiyen the greet hond which the Lord hadde vsid ayens hem; and the puple dredde the Lord, and thei bileueden to the Lord, and to Moises his seruaunt.
    1501Thanne Moises song, and the sones of Israel, this song to the Lord; and thei seiden, Synge we to the Lord, for he is magnefied gloriousli; he castide doun the hors and the stiere in to the see.
    1502My strengthe and my preisyng is the Lord; and he is maad to me in to heelthe. This is my God, and Y schal glorifie hym; the God of my fadir, and Y schal enhaunse hym.
    1503The Lord is as a man fiyter, his name is Almiyti;
    1504he castide doun in to the see the charis of Farao, and his oost. Hise chosun princis weren drenchid in the reed see;
    1505the depe watris hiliden hem; thei yeden doun in to the depthe as a stoon.
    1506Lord, thi riythond is magnyfied in strengthe; Lord, thi riythond smoot the enemye.
    1507And in the mychilnesse of thi glorie thou hast put doun alle myn aduersaries; thou sentist thin ire, that deuouride hem as stobil.
    1508And watris weren gaderid in the spirit of thi woodnesse; flowinge watir stood, depe watris weren gaderid in the middis of the see.
    1509The enemy seide, Y schal pursue, and Y schal take; Y schal departe spuylis, my soule schal be fillid. I schal drawe out my swerde; myn hond schal sle hem.
    1510Thi spirit blew, and the see hilide hem; thei weren drenchid as leed in grete watris.
    1511Lord, who is lijk thee in stronge men, who is lijk thee? thou art greet doere in hoolynesse; ferdful, and preisable, and doynge myraclis.
    1512Thou heldist forth thin hond, and the erthe deuouride hem;
    1513thou were ledere in thi merci to thy puple, which thou ayen bouytist; and thou hast bore hym in thi strengthe to thin holi dwellyng place.
    1514Puplis stieden, and weren wroothe; sorewis helden the dwelleris of Filistiym.
    1515Thanne the pryncis of Edom weren disturblid; tremblyng held the stronge men of Moab.
    1516Alle the dwelleris of Canaan 'weren starke; inward drede falle on hem, and outward drede in the greetnesse of thin arm. Be thei maad vnmouable as a stoon, til thi puple passe, Lord; til this thi puple passe, whom thou weldidist.
    1517Thou schalt brynge hem in, and thou schalt plaunte in the hil of thin eritage; in the moost stidefast dwellyng place which thou hast wrouyt, Lord; Lord, thi seyntuarie, which thin hondis made stidefast.
    1518The Lord schal 'regne in to the world and ferthere.
    1519Forsothe Farao, 'a ridere, entride with his charis and knyytis in to the see, and the Lord brouyte the watris of the se on hem; sotheli the sones of Israel yeden bi the drie place, in the myddis of the see.
    1520Therfore Marie, profetesse, the 'sistir of Aaron, took a tympan in hir hond, and alle the wymmen yeden out aftir hyr with tympans and cumpanyes;
    1521to whiche sche song bifore, and seide, Synge we to the Lord, for he is magnyfied gloriousli; he castide doun in to the see the hors and the stiere of hym.
    1522Forsothe Moises took Israel fro the reed see, and thei yeden out in to the deseert of Sur, and thei yeden thre daies bi the wildirnesse, and thei founden not watir.
    1523And thei camen in to Marath, and thei miyten not drynk the watris of Marath, for tho weren bittere; wherfor and he puttide a couenable name to the place, and clepide it Mara, that is, bitternesse.
    1524And the puple grutchide ayens Moises, and seide, What schulen we drynke?
    1525And Moises criede to the Lord, which schewide to hym a tre; and whanne he hadde put that tre in to watris, tho weren turned in to swetnesse. There the Lord ordeynede comaundementis and domes to the puple, and there he asayede the puple,
    1526and seide, If thou schalt here the vois of thi Lord God, and schalt do that that is riytful byfore hym, and schalt obeie to his comaundementis, and schalt kepe alle hise heestis, Y schal not brynge yn on thee al the syknesse, which Y puttide in Egipt, for Y am thi Lord Sauyour.
    1601Forsothe the sones of Israel camen in to Helym, where weren twelue wellis of watris, and seuenti palm trees, and thei settiden tentis bisidis the watris. And thei yeden forth fro Helym, and al the multitude of the sones of Israel cam in to deseert of Syn, which is bitwixe Helym and Synai, in the fiftenethe dai of the secunde monethe aftir that thei yeden out of the lond of Egipt.
    1602And al the congregacioun of the sones of Israel grutchide ayens Moises, and ayens Aaron, in the wildirnesse.
    1603And the sones of Israel seiden to hem, We wolden that we hadden be deed bi the 'hoond of the Lord in the lond of Egipt, whanne we saten on the 'pottis of fleisch, and eeten looues in plentee; whi leden ye vs in to this deseert, that ye schulden sle al the multitude with hungur?
    1604Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Lo! Y schal reyne to you looues fro heuene; the puple go out, that it gadere tho thingis that sufficen bi ech day; that Y asaie the puple, whethir it goith in my lawe, ether nai.
    1605Sotheli in the sixte dai make thei redi that that thei schulen bere yn, and be it double ouer that thei weren wont to gadere bi ech dai.
    1606And Moises and Aaron seiden to alle the sones of Israel, At euentid ye schulen wite that the Lord ledde you out of the lond of Egipt;
    1607and in the morewetid ye schulen se the glorie of the Lord; for Y herde youre grutchyng ayens the Lord; sotheli what ben we, for ye grutchen ayens us?
    1608And Moises seide, The Lord schal yyue to you at euentid fleischis to ete, and looues in the morewetid in plentee, for he herde youre grutchyngis, bi which ye grutchiden ayens hym; for whi, what ben we? youre grutchyng is not ayens vs but ayens the Lord.
    1609And Moises seide to Aaron, Seie thou to al the congregacioun of the sones of Israel, Neiye ye bifore the Lord, for he herde youre grutchyng.
    1610And whanne Aaron spak to al the cumpeny of the sones of Israel, thei bihelden to the wildirnesse, and lo! the glorie of the Lord apperide in a cloude.
    1611Forsothe the Lord spak to Moises,
    1612and seide, Y herde the grutchyngis of the sones of Israel; spek thou to hem, At euentid ye schulen ete fleischis, and in the morewtid ye schulen be fillid with looues, and ye schulen wite that Y am 'youre Lord God.
    1613Therfor euentid was maad, and 'curlewes stieden and hiliden the castels; and in the morewtid deew cam bi the face of the castels.
    1614And whanne it hadde hilid the erthe, a litil thing, and as powned with a pestel, in the licnesse of an hoorfrost on erthe, apperide in the wildirnesse.
    1615And whanne the sones of Israel hadden seyn that, thei seiden to gidere, Man hu? which signyfieth, what is this? for thei wisten not what it was. To whiche Moises seide, This is the breed, which the Lord hath youe to you to ete.
    1616This is the word which the Lord comaundide, Ech man gadere therof as myche as suffisith to be etun, gomor bi ech heed, bi the noumbre of youre soulis that dwellen in the tabernacle, so ye schulen take.
    1617And the sones of Israel diden so, and thei gaderiden oon more, another lesse;
    1618and thei metiden at the mesure gomor; nethir he that gaderide more had more, nethir he that made redi lesse fond lesse, but alle gaderiden bi that that thei myyten ete.
    1619And Moises seide to hem, Noon leeue therof in to the morewtid; whiche herden not him,
    1620but summe of hem leften til to the morewtid, and it bigan to buyle with wormes, and it was rotun; and Moises was wrooth ayens hem.
    1621Forsothe alle gaderiden in the morewtid as myche as 'miyte suffice to be eten; and whanne the sunne was hoot, it was moltun.
    1622Sotheli in the sixte dai thei gaderiden double metis, that is, 'twei gomor by ech man. Forsothe alle the princis of the multitude camen, and telden to Moises, which seide to hem,
    1623This it is that the Lord spak, The reste of the sabot is halewid to the Lord, do ye what euer thing schal be wrouyt to morewe, and sethe ye tho thingis that schulen be sodun; sotheli what euer thing is residue, kepe ye til in to the morewe.
    1624And thei diden so as Moises comaundide, and it was not rotun, nether a worm was foundun ther ynne.
    1625And Moises seide, Ete ye that in this dai, for it is the sabat of the Lord, it schal not be foundun to dai in the feeld; gadere ye in sixe daies,
    1626forsothe the sabat of the Lord is in the seuenthe dai, therfor it schal not be foundun.
    1627The seuenthe dai cam, and summe of the puple yeden out 'to gadire, and thei founden not.
    1628Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Hou long 'nylen ye kepe my comaundementis, and my lawe?
    1629Se ye that the Lord yaf to you the sabat, and for this he yaf to you in the sixte dai double meetis; ech man dwelle at him silf, noon go out of his place in the seuenthe dai.
    1630And the puple kepte sabat in the seuenthe dai.
    1631And the hous of Israel clepide the name therof man, which was whijt as the seed of coriandre, and the taast therof was as of flour with hony.
    1632Forsothe Moises seide, This is the word which the Lord comaundide, Fille thou a gomor therof, and be it kept in to generaciouns to comynge aftirward, that thei knowe the breed bi which Y fedde you in the wildirnesse, whanne ye weren led out of the lond of Egipt.
    1633And Moises seide to Aaron, Take thou o vessel, and putte therinne man, as myche as gomor mai take, and putte bifore the Lord, to be kept in to youre generaciouns,
    1634as the Lord comaundide to Moises; and Aaron puttide that to be kept in the tabernacle.
    1635Forsothe the sones of Israel eeten manna in fourti yeer, til thei camen in to the lond abitable; thei weren fed with this mete til thei touchiden the endis of the lond of Canaan.
    1636Forsothe gomor is the tenthe part of efy.
    1701Therfor al the multitude of the sones of Israel yede forth fro the deseert of Syn, bi her dwellyngis, bi the word of the Lord, and settiden tentis in Rafidym, where was not watir to the puple to drynke.
    1702Whiche puple chidde ayens Moises, and seide, Yyue thou water to vs, that we drynke. To whiche Moises answeride, What chiden ye ayens me, and whi tempten ye the Lord?
    1703Therfor the puple thristide there for the scarsnesse of watir, and grutchiden ayens Moises, and seide, Whi madist thou vs to go out of Egipt, to sle vs, and oure fre children, and beestis, for thrist?
    1704Forsothe Moises criede to the Lord, and seide, What schal Y do to this puple? yit a litil, also it schal stone me.
    1705The Lord seide to Moises, Go thou bifore the puple, and take with thee of the eldre men of Israel, and take in thin hond the yerde, 'bi which thou hast smyte the flood, and go; lo!
    1706Y schal stonde there before thee, aboue the stoon of Oreb, and thou schalt smyte the stoon, and water schal go out therof, that the puple drynke. Moises dide so byfore the eldere men of Israel;
    1707and he clepide the name of that place Temptacioun, for the chidyng of the sones of Israel, and for thei temptiden the Lord, and seiden, Whether the Lord is in vs, ether nay?
    1708Forsothe Amalech cam, and fauyt ayens Israel in Rafidym.
    1709And Moises seide to Josue, Chese thou men, and go out, and fiyte to morewe ayens men of Amalech; lo! Y schal stonde in the cop of the hil, and Y schal haue 'the yerde of God in myn hond.
    1710Josue dide as Moises spak, and fauyt ayens Amalech. Forsothe Moises, and Aaron, and Hur stieden on the cop of the hil;
    1711and whanne Moises reiside the hondis, Israel ouercam; forsothe if he let down a litil, Amalech ouercam.
    1712Sotheli 'the hondis of Moises weren heuy, therfor thei token a stoon, and puttide vndir hym, in which stoon he sat. Forsothe Aaron and Hur susteyneden hise hondis, on euer eithir side; and it was don, that hise hondis weren not maad weri, til to the goyng down of the sunne.
    1713And Josue droof a wey Amalech and his puple, in 'the mouth of swerd, that is, bi the scharpnesse of the swerd.
    1714Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Wryte thou this in a book, for mynde, and take in the eeris of Josue; for Y schal do a wei the mynde of Amalech fro vndur heuene.
    1715And Moises bildide an auter, and clepide the name therof The Lord myn enhaunsere,
    1716and seide, For the hond of the Lord aloone, and the bateil of God schal be ayens Amalech, fro generacioun in to generacioun.
    1801And whanne Jetro, the prest of Madian, 'the alye of Moises , hadde herd alle thingis which God hadde do to Moises, and to Israel his puple, for the Lord hadde led Israel out of the lond of Egipt,
    1802he took Sefora, 'the wijf of Moises, whom he hadde sent ayen,
    1803and hise twei sones, of which oon was clepid Gersan, for the fadir seide, Y was a comelyng in alien lond,
    1804forsothe the tother was clepid Eliezer, for Moises seide, God of my fadir is myn helpere, and he delyuerede me fro the swerd of Farao.
    1805Therfor Jetro, 'alie of Moises, cam, and the sones of Moises and his wijf camen to Moises, in to deseert, where Jetro settide tentis bisidis the hil of God;
    1806and sente to Moises, and seide, Y Jetro, thin alie, come to thee, and thi wijf, and thi twei sones with hir.
    1807And Moises yede out into the comyng of his alie, and worschipide, and kiste hym, and thei gretten hem silf to gidere with pesible wordis.
    1808And whanne he hadde entrid in to the tabernacle, Moises tolde to 'his alie alle thingis whiche God hadde do to Farao, and to Egipcians, for Israel, and he tolde al the trauel which bifelle to hem in the weie, of which the Lord delyuerede hem.
    1809And Jetro was glad on alle the goodis whiche the Lord hadde do to Israel, for he delyuerede Israel fro the hond of Egipcians.
    1810And Jetro seide, Blessid be 'the Lord, that delyuerede you fro the hond of Egipcians, and fro 'the hond of Farao, which Lord delyuered his puple fro the hond of Egipt;
    1811now Y knowe that the Lord is greet aboue alle goddis, for 'thei diden proudli ayens hem.
    1812Therfor Jetro, 'alie of Moises, offride brent sacrifices and offryngis to God; and Aaron, and alle the eldere men of Israel, camen to ete breed with hym bifore God.
    1813Forsothe in the tother dai Moises sat that he schulde deme the puple, that stood niy Moises, fro the morewtid til to euentid.
    1814And whanne 'his alie hadde seyn this, that is, alle thingis 'whiche he dide in the puple, he seide, What is this that thou doist in the puple? whi sittist thou aloone, and al the puple abidith fro the morewtid til to euentid?
    1815To whom Moises answeride, The puple cometh to me, and axith the sentence of God;
    1816and whanne ony strijf bifallith to hem, thei comen to me, that Y deme bitwixe hem, and schewe 'the comaundementis of God, and hise lawis.
    1817And Jetro seide, Thou doist a thing not good,
    1818thou art wastid with a fonned trauel, bothe thou and this puple which is with thee; the werk is a boue thi strengthis, thou aloone maist not suffre it.
    1819But here thou my wordis and counseils, and the Lord schal be with thee; be thou to the puple in these thingis that perteynen to God, that thou telle the thingis that ben seid to the puple;
    1820and schewe to the puple the cerymonyes, and custom of worschipyng, and the weie bi which 'thei owen to go, and the werk which 'thei owen to do.
    1821Forsothe puruey thou of al the puple myyti men , and dredynge God, in whiche is treuthe, and whiche haten auarice; and ordeyne thou of hem tribunes , and centuriouns, and quinquagenaries, and deenys,
    1822whiche schulen deme the puple in al tyme; sotheli what ever thing is grettere, telle thei to thee, and deme thei ooneli lesse thingis, and be it esiere to thee, whanne the burthun is departid in to othere men.
    1823If thou schalt do this, thou schalt fille the comaundement of God, and thou schalt mowe bere hise comaundementis; and al this puple schal turne ayen with pees to her places.
    1824And whanne these thingis weren herd, Moises dide alle thingis whiche Jetro counselide.
    1825And whanne noble men of al Israel weren chosun Moises ordeynede hem princis of the puple, tribunes, and centuriouns, and quinquagenaries, and denes,
    1826whiche demeden the puple in al tyme; forsothe, whateuer thing was hardere, thei telden to Moises, and thei demeden esiere thingis oneli.
    1827And Moises lefte 'his alie, which turnede ayen, and yede in to his lond.
    1901In the thridde monethe of the goyng 'of Israel out of the lond of Egipt, in this dai thei camen in to the wildirnesse of Synai;
    1902for thei yeden forth fro Rafidym, and camen til in to deseert of Synai, and settiden tentis in the same place; and there Israel settide tentis, euen ayens the hil.
    1903Forsothe Moises stiede in to the hil to God; and the Lord clepide hym fro the mount, and seide, Thou schalt seie these thingis to the hows of Jacob, and thou schalt telle to the sones of Israel,
    1904Ye silf han seyn what thingis Y haue do to Egipcians, how Y bar you on the wengis of eglis, and took to me.
    1905Therfor if ye schulen here my vois, and schulen kepe my couenaunt, ye schulen be to me in to a specialte of alle puplis; for al the lond is myn;
    1906and ye schulen be to me in to a rewme of preesthod, and 'ye schulen be an hooli folk; these ben the wordis whiche thou schalt speke to the sones of Israel.
    1907Moyses cam, and whanne the gretter men in birthe of the puple weren clepid to gidere, he expownede alle the wordis whiche the Lord comaundide.
    1908And alle the puple answeride to gidere, We schulen do alle thingis whiche the Lord spak. And whanne Moises hadde teld the wordis of the puple to the Lord,
    1909the Lord seide to hym, Riyt now Y schal come to thee in a derknesse of a cloude, that the puple here me spekynge to thee, and bileue to thee withouten ende. Therfor Moises telde the wordis of the puple to the Lord,
    1910which seide to Moises, Go thou to the puple, and make hem holi to dai and to morewe , and waische thei her clothis,
    1911and be thei redi in to the thridde dai; for in the thridde dai the Lord schal come doun bifore al the puple on the hil of Synai.
    1912And thou schalt sette termes to the puple, bi cumpas; and thou schalt seie to hem, Be ye war, that ye 'stie not in to the hil, nether touche ye the endis therof; ech man that schal touche the hil, schal die bi deeth.
    1913Hondis schulen not touche hym, but he schal be oppressid with stoonus, ethir he shall be persid with dartis; whether it schal be a beest, ethir a man, it schal not lyue; whanne a clarioun schal bigynne to sowne, thanne 'stie thei in to the hil.
    1914And Moises cam doun fro the hil to the puple, and halewide it; and whanne thei hadden waischun her clothis,
    1915he seide to hem, Be ye redi in to the thridde dai, neiye ye not to youre wyues.
    1916And now the thridde day was comun, and the morewetid was cleer; and, lo! thundris bigunnen to be herd, and leitis to schyne, and a moost thicke cloude to hile the mounteyn; and 'the sownyng of a clarioun made noise ful greetli, and the puple dredde, that was in the castels.
    1917And whanne Moises hadde led hem out in to the comyng of God, fro the place of castels, thei stoden at the rootis of the hil.
    1918Forsothe al the hil of Synai smokide, for the Lord hadde come doun theronne in fier; and smoke stiede therof as of a furneis, and al the hil was ferdful;
    1919and the 'sown of a clarioun encreesside litil and litil, and was holdun forth lengere. Moises spak, and the Lord answeride to hym,
    1920and the Lord cam doun on the hil of Synay, in thilke cop of the hil, and clepide Moises to the cop therof. And whanne he hadde stied thidur,
    1921the Lord seide to hym, Go thou doun, and witnesse thou to the puple, lest perauenture it wole passe the termes to se the Lord, and ful greet multitude therof perische;
    1922also preestis, that neiyen to the Lord, be halewid, lest Y smyte hem.
    1923And Moises seide to the Lord, The comyn puple may not stie in to the hil of Synai; for thou hast witnessid, and hast comaundid, seiyinge, Sette thou termes aboute the hil, and halewe it.
    1924To whom the Lord seide, Go thou doun, and thou schalt stie, and Aaron with thee; forsothe the preestis and the puple passe not the termes, nethir stie thei to the Lord, lest perauenture he sle hem.
    1925Moises yede doun to the puple, and telde alle thingis to hem.
    2001And the Lord spak alle these wordis, Y am thi Lord God,
    2002that ladde thee out of the lond of Egipt, fro the hous of seruage.
    2003Thou schalt not haue alien goddis bifore me.
    2004Thou schalt not make to thee a grauun ymage, nethir ony licnesse of thing which is in heuene aboue, and which is in erthe bynethe, nether of tho thingis, that ben in watris vndur erthe; thou schalt not 'herie tho,
    2005nether 'thou schalt worschipe; for Y am thi Lord God, a stronge gelouse louyere; and Y visite the wickidnesse of fadris in to the thridde and the fourthe generacioun of hem that haten me,
    2006and Y do mercy in to 'a thousynde, to hem that louen me, and kepen myn heestis.
    2007Thou schalt not take in veyn the name of thi Lord God, for the Lord schal not haue hym giltles, that takith in veyn the name of his Lord God.
    2008Haue thou mynde, that thou halowe the 'dai of the sabat;
    2009in sixe daies thou schalt worche and schalt do alle thi werkis;
    2010forsothe in the seuenthe day is the sabat of thi Lord God; thou schalt not do ony werk, thou, and thi sone, and thi douytir, and thi seruaunt, and thin handmaide, thi werk beeste, and the comelyng which is withynne thi yatis;
    2011for in sixe dayes God made heuene and erthe, the see, and alle thingis that ben in tho, and restide in the seuenthe dai; herfor the Lord blesside the 'dai of the sabat, and halewide it.
    2012Onoure thi fadir and thi moder, that thou be long lyuyng on the lond, which thi Lord God schal yyue to thee.
    2013Thou schalt not sle.
    2014Thou schalt 'do no letcherie.
    2015Thou schalt 'do no theft.
    2016Thou schalt not speke fals witnessyng ayens thi neiybore.
    2017Thou schalt not coueyte 'the hous of thi neiybore, nether thou schalt desyre his wijf, not seruaunt, not handmaide, not oxe, not asse, nether alle thingis that ben hise.
    2018Forsothe al the puple herde voices, and siy laumpis, and the sowne of a clarioun, and the hil smokynge; and thei weren afeerd, and schakun with inward drede, and stoden afer,
    2019and seiden to Moises, Speke thou to vs, and we schulen here; the Lord speke not to vs, lest perauenture we dien.
    2020And Moises seide to the puple, Nyle ye drede, for God cam to proue you, and that his drede schulde be in you, and that ye schulden not do synne.
    2021And the puple stood afer; forsothe Moises neiyede to the derknesse, wherynne God was.
    2022And the Lord seide ferthermore to Moises, Thou schalt seie these thingis to the sones of Israel, Ye seiyen that fro heuene Y spak to you;
    2023ye schulen not make goddis of silver, nethir ye schulen make to you goddis of gold.
    2024Ye schulen make an auter of erthe to me, and ye schulen offre theronne youre brent sacrifices, and pesible sacrifices, youre scheep, and oxun, in ech place in which the mynde of my name schal be; Y schal come to thee, and Y schal blesse thee.
    2025That if thou schalt make an auter of stoon to me, thou schalt not bilde it of stoonys hewun; for if thou schalt reise thi knyif theronne, it schal be 'polluted, ether defoulid.
    2026Thou schalt not stye bi grees to myn auter, lest thi filthe be schewid.
    2101These ben the domes, whiche thou schalt sette forth to hem.
    2102If thou biest an Ebrew seruaunt, he schal serue thee sixe yeer; in the seuenthe yeer he schal go out fre,
    2103with out prijs; with what maner clooth he entride, with siche clooth go he out; if he entride hauynge a wijf, and the wijf schal go out to gidere.
    2104But if the lord of the servaunt yaf a wijf to hym, and sche childide sones and douytris, the womman and hir children schulen be hir lordis; sotheli the seruaunt schal go out with his owne clooth.
    2105That if the seruaunt seith, Y loue my lord, and wijf, and children, Y schal not go out fre;
    2106the lord brynge hym to goddis, that is, iugis; and he schal be set to the dore, and postis; and the lord schal perse his eere with a nal, and he schal be seruaunt to hym til in to the world.
    2107If ony man sillith his douyter in to seruauntesse, sche schal not go out as handmaidis weren wont to go out;
    2108if sche displesith in the iyen of hir lord, to whom sche was bitakun, he schal delyuere hir; sotheli he schal not haue power to sille hir to an alien puple, if he forsakith hir.
    2109Forsothe if he weddith hir to his sonne, he schal do to hir 'bi the custom of douytris;
    2110that if he takith another womman to hym, he schal puruey to the damysele weddingis, and clothis, and he schal not denye the prijs of chastite.
    2111If he doith not these thre, sche schal go out freli without money.
    2112He that smytith a man, and wole sle, die bi deeth;
    2113forsothe if a man settide not aspies, but God 'bitook hym in to hise hondis, Y schal ordeyne a place to thee, whidur he owith to fle.
    2114If ony man sleeth his neiybore bi biforecastyng, and bi aspies, drawe thou hym awey fro myn auter, that he die.
    2115He that smytith his fadir, ether modir, die by deeth.
    2116He that cursith his fadir, ether modir, die bi deeth.
    2117He that stelith a man, and sillith hym, if he is conuyt of the gilt, die bi deeth.
    2118If men chiden, and the tother smyte his neiybore with a stoon, ether with the fist, and he is not deed, but liggith in the bed,
    2119if he risith, and goith forth on his staf, he that smoot schal be innocent; so netheles that he restore hise trauelis, and costis in lechis.
    2120He that smytith his seruaunt, ether handmayde, with a yerde, and thei ben deed in hise hondis, schal be gilti of cryme.
    2121Sotheli if the seruaunt ouerlyueth o dai, ether tweyne, he schal not be suget to peyne, 'that is of deeth, for the seruaunt is his catel.
    2122If men chiden, and a man smytith a womman with childe, and sotheli makith the child deed borun, but the womman ouerlyueth, he schal be suget to the harm, as myche as the 'hosebonde of the womman axith, and the iugis demen.
    2123But if the deeth of hir sueth,
    2124he schal yelde lijf for lijf, iye for iye, tooth for tooth, hond for hond, foot for foot,
    2125brennyng for brennyng, wounde 'with schedyng of blood for wounde 'with schedyng of blood, 'a wan wounde for a wan wounde.
    2126If a man smytith the iye of his seruaunt, ethir of handmaide, and makith hem oon iyed, he schal delyuere hem fre for 'the iye which he puttide out.
    2127Also if he smytith out a tooth fro his seruaunt, ethir handmaide, in lijk maner he schal delyuere hem fre.
    2128If an oxe smytith with horn a man, ether a womman, and thei ben deed, the oxe schal be oppressid with stoonus, and hise fleischis schulen not be etun, and the lord of the oxe schal be innocent.
    2129That if the oxe was 'a pultere with horn fro yisterdai and the thridde dai ago, and men warneden 'the lord of hym, nether the lord closide hym, and he sleeth a man, ethir womman, bothe the oxe schal be oppressid with stoonus, and thei schulen sle 'the lord of hym;
    2130that if prijs is put to the lord, he schal yyue for his lijf what euer he is axide.
    2131And if he smytith with horn a son, and a douytir, he schal be suget to lijk sentence.
    2132If the oxe asailith a seruaunt, and handmaide, the lord of the oxe schal yyue thretti siclis of siluer to 'his lord; forsothe the oxe schal be oppressid with stoonus.
    2133If ony man openeth a cisterne, and diggith, and hilith it not, and an oxe ether asse fallith in to it,
    2134the lord of the cisterne schal yelde the prijs of the werk beestis; forsothe that that is deed schal be his.
    2135If another mannus oxe woundith the oxe of another man, and he is deed, thei schulen sille the quyke oxe, and thei schulen departe the prijs; forsothe thei schulen departe bitwixe hem the karkeis of the deed oxe.
    2136Forsothe if his lord wiste, that the oxe was a puttere fro yistirdai and the thridde dai ago, and kepte not him, he schal yelde oxe for oxe, and he schal take the hool carkeys.
    2201If ony man stelith a scheep, ether oxe, and sleeth, ether sillith, he schal restore fiue oxen for oon oxe, and foure scheep for o scheep.
    2202And if a nyyt theef brekynge an hows, ether vndurmynynge, is foundun, and is deed bi a wounde takun, the smytere schal not be gilti of blood;
    2203that if he dide this whanne the sunne was rysun, he dide man sleyng, and he schal die. If a theef hath not that, that he schal yelde for thefte, he schal be seeld;
    2204if that thing that he staal, is foundun quyk at hym, ether oxe, ether asse, ether scheep, he schal restore the double.
    2205If a man harmeth a feeld, ethir vyner, and suffrith his beeste, that it waaste othere mennus thingis, he schal restore for the valu of harm, 'what euer beste thing he hath in his feeld, ethir vyner.
    2206If fier goith out, and fyndith eeris of corn, and catchith heepis of corn, ethir cornes stondynge in feeldis, he that kyndlide the fier schal yeelde the harm.
    2207If a man bitakith in to kepyng monei to a freend, ether a vessel 'in to keping, and it is takun awey bi thefte fro hym that resseyuede, if the theef is foundun, he schal restore the double.
    2208If the theef is hid, the lord of the hows schal be brouyt to goddis, 'that is, iugis, and he schal swere, that he helde not forth the hond in to 'the thing of his neiybore,
    2209to 'do fraude; as wel in oxe, as in asse, and in scheep, and in clooth; and what euer thing may brynge in harm, the cause of euer eithir schal come to goddis, and if thei demen, he schal restore the double to his neiybore.
    2210If ony man bitakith to his neiybore oxe, asse, scheep, and al werk beeste to kepyng, and it is deed, ether is maad feble, ethir is takun of enemyes, and no man seeth this,
    2211an ooth schal be in the myddis , that he helde not forth the hond to the 'thing of his neiybore; and the lord schal resseyue the ooth, and he schal not be compellid to yelde.
    2212That if it is takun awei bi thefte, he schal restore the harm to the lord;
    2213if it is etun of a beeste, he schal brynge to the lord that that is slayn, and he schal not restore.
    2214He that axith of his neiybore ony thing of these bi borewyng, and it is feblid, ether deed, while the lord is not present, he schal be constreyned to yelde; that if the lord is in presence,
    2215he schal not restore, moost if it cam hirid, for the meede of his werk.
    2216If a man disseyueth a virgyn not yit weddid, and slepith with hir, he schal yyue dower to hir, and schal haue hir wijf.
    2217If the fadir of the virgyn nyle yyue, he schal yelde money, bi the maner of dower, which virgyns weren wont to take.
    2218Thou schalt not suffre witchis to lyue.
    2219He that doith letcherie with a beeste, die by deeth.
    2220He that offrith to goddis, out takun to the Lord aloone, be he slayn.
    2221Thou schalt not make sory a comelyng, nether thou schalt turmente hym; for also ye weren comelyngis in the lond of Egipt.
    2222Ye schulen not anoye a widewe, and a fadirles ethir modirles child.
    2223If ye hirten hem, thei schulen crye to me, and Y schal here the cry of hem,
    2224and my greet veniaunce schal haue indignacioun, and Y schal smyte you with swerd, and youre wyues schulen be widewis, and youre sones schulen be fadirles.
    2225If thou yyuest money to loone to my pore puple, that dwellith with thee, thou schalt not constreyne hym, as an extorsioner doith, nether thou schalt oppresse hym by vsuris.
    2226If thou takist of thi neiybore 'a wed a clooth, thou schalt yelde to hym bifore the goyng doun of the sunne;
    2227for that aloone is the cloothing of his fleisch, with which he is hilid, nether he hath another, in which he slepith; if he crieth to me, Y schal here hym; for Y am mercyful.
    2228Thou schalt not bacbyte goddis, and thou schalt not curse the prince of thi puple.
    2229Thou schalt not tarye to offre to the Lord thi tithis, and firste fruytis. Thou schalt yyue to me the firste gendrid of thi sones;
    2230also of oxen, and of scheep thou schalt do in lijk maner; seuene daies be he with his modir, in the eiytithe dai thou schalt yelde hym to me.
    2231Ye schulen be holi men to me; ye schulen not ete fleisch which is bifore taastid of beestis, but ye schulen caste forth to houndis.
    2301Thou schalt not resseyue a vois of leesyng, nether thou schalt ioyne thin hond , that thou seie fals witnessyng for a wickid man.
    2302Thou schalt not sue the cumpanye to do yuel, nether thou schalt ascente to the sentence of ful many men in doom, that thou go awey fro treuthe.
    2303Also thou schalt not haue mercy of a pore man in a 'cause, ethir doom .
    2304If thou meetist 'the oxe of thin enemye, ethir the asse errynge, lede thou ayen to hym.
    2305If thou seest that the asse of hym that hatith thee liggyth vndir a burthun, thou schalt not passe, but thou schalt reise with hym.
    2306Thou schalt not bowe in the doom of a pore man.
    2307Thou schalt fle a lesyng. Thou schalt not sle an innocent man, and iust; for Y am aduersarie to a wickid man.
    2308Take thou not yiftis, that blynden also prudent men, and destryen the wordys of iust men.
    2309Thou schalt not be diseseful to a pilgrym, for ye knowen the soulis of comelyngis, for also ye weren pilgryms in the lond of Egipt.
    2310Sixe yeer thou schalt sowe thi lond, and thou schalt gadre fruytis therof;
    2311forsothe in the seuenthe yeer thou schalt leeue it, and schalt make to reste, that the pore men of thi puple ete, and what euer is residue, the beestis of the feeld ete; so thou schalt do in thi vyner, and in place of olyue trees.
    2312Sixe dayes thou schalt worche, in the seuenthe dai thou schalt ceesse, that thin oxe and asse reste, and the sone of thin handmaide, and the comelyng be refreischid.
    2313Kepe ye alle thingis, whiche Y seide to you; and ye schulen not swere bi the name of alien goddis, nether it schal be herd of youre mouth.
    2314In thre tymes bi alle yeeris ye schulen halewe feestis to me.
    2315Thou schalt kepe the solempnyte of therf looues; seuene daies thou schalt ete therf breed, as Y comaundide to thee, in the tyme of monethe of newe thingis, whanne thou yedist out of Egipt; thou schalt not appere voide in my siyt.
    2316And thou schalt kepe the solempnete of the monethe of the firste thingis of thi werk, what euer thingis thou hast sowe in the feeld. Also thou schalt kepe the solempnyte in the goyng out of the yeer, whanne thou hast gaderid all thi fruytis of the feeld.
    2317Thries in the yeer al thi male kynde schal appere bifore thi Lord God.
    2318Thou schalt not offre the blood of thi slayn sacrifice on sour douy; nether the fatnesse of my solempnete schal dwelle til to the morewtid.
    2319Thou schalt bere the firste thingis of the fruytis of thi lond in to the hows of thi Lord God. Thou schalt not sethe a kide in the mylke of his modir.
    2320Lo! Y schal sende myn aungel, that schal go bifore thee, and schal kepe in the weie, and schal lede to the place which Y haue maad redi to thee.
    2321Take thou hede to hym , and here thou his vois, nether gesse thou hym to be dispisid; for he schal not foryyue, whanne thou synnest, and my name is in him.
    2322For if thou herest his vois, and doist alle thingis whiche Y speke, Y schal be enemy to thin enemyes, and Y schal turment hem, that turmenten thee;
    2323and myn aungel schal go bifore thee, and he schal lede yn thee to Amorrei, and Ethei, and Ferezei, and Cananey, and Euey, and Jebusei, whiche Y schal breke.
    2324Thou schalt not onoure 'the goddis of hem, nether thou schalt worschipe hem; thou schalt not do the werkis of hem, but thou schalt destrie the goddis, and thou schalt breke the ymagis of hem.
    2325And ye schulen serue to youre Lord God, that Y blesse thi looues, and watris, and do awei sikenesse fro the myddis of thee;
    2326neithir a womman vnfruytful, neither bareyn, schal be in thi lond; Y schal fille the noumbre of thi daies.
    2327Y schal sende my drede in to thi biforgoyng, and Y schal sle al the puple, to which thou schalt entre, and Y schal turne the backis of alle thin enemyes bifore thee;
    2328and Y schal sende out bifore scrabrouns , that schulen dryue awei Euey, and Cananey, and Ethei, bifore that thou entre.
    2329Y schal not caste hem out fro thi face in o yeer, lest the lond be turned in to wildirnesse, and beestis encreesse ayens thee;
    2330litil and litil I schal caste hem out fro thi siyt, til thou be encreessid, and welde the loond.
    2331Forsothe Y schal sette thi termys fro the reed see til to the see of Palestyns, and fro desert til to the flood. Y schal yyue to youre hondis the dwelleris of the lond, and Y schal caste hem out fro youre siyt;
    2332thou schalt not make boond of pees with hem, nethir with 'the goddis of hem.
    2333Dwelle thei not in thi lond, lest perauenture thei make thee to do synne ayens me, yf thou seruest her goddis, which thing certis schal be to thee in to sclaundir.
    2401Also he seide to Moises, 'Stie thou to the Lord, thou, and Aaron, and Nadab, and Abyu, and seuenti eldere men of Israel; and ye schulen worschipe afer,
    2402and Moises aloone stie to the Lord, and thei schulen not neiye, nether the puple schal stie with hym.
    2403Therfore Moises cam, and telde to the puple alle the wordis and domes of the Lord; and al the puple answeride with o vois, We schulen do alle the wordis of the Lord, whiche he spak.
    2404Forsothe Moises wroot alle the wordis of the Lord; and he roos eerli, and bildide an auter to the Lord at the rootis of the hil, and he bildide twelue titlis bi twelue lynagis of Israel.
    2405And he sente yonge men of the sones of Israel, and thei offriden brent sacrifices, and 'thei offriden pesible sacrifices 'to the Lord, twelue calues.
    2406And so Moises took half the part of the blood, and sente in to grete cuppis; forsothe he schedde the residue part on the auter.
    2407And he took the book of the boond of pees, and redde, while the puple herde; whiche seiden, We schulen do alle thingis which the Lord spak, and we schulen be obedient.
    2408Forsothe he took, and sprengide 'the blood on the puple, and seide, This is the blood of the boond of pees, which the Lord couenauntide with yow on alle these wordis.
    2409And Moises, and Aaron, and Nadab, and Abyu, and seuenti of the eldere men of Israel stieden,
    2410and seiyen God of Israel, vndur hise feet, as the werk of safire stoon, and as heuene whanne it is cleer.
    2411And he sente not his hond on hem of the sones of Israel, that hadden go fer awei; and thei sien God, and eeten and drunkun.
    2412Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, 'Stie thou to me in to the hil, and be thou there, and Y schal yyue to thee tablis of stoon, and the lawe, and comaundementis, whiche Y haue write, that thou teche the children of Israel.
    2413Moises and Josue his mynystre risen, and Moises stiede in to the hil of God,
    2414and seide to the eldere men, Abide ye here, til we turnen ayen to you; ye han Aaron and Hur with you, if ony thing of questioun is maad, ye schulen telle to hem.
    2415And whanne Moises hadde stied,
    2416a cloude hilide the hil, and the glorie of the Lord dwellide on Synai, and kyueride it with a cloude sixe daies; forsothe in the seuenthe dai the Lord clepide hym fro the myddis of the cloude; forsothe the licnesse of glorie of the Lord
    2417was as fier brennynge on the cop of the hil in the siyt of the sones of Israel.
    2418And Moises entride into the myddis of the cloude, and stiede in to the hil, and he was there fourti daies and fourti nyytis.
    2501And the Lord spak to Moises, and seide, Speke thou to the sones of Israel,
    2502that thei take to me the firste fruytis; of ech man that offrith wilfuli, ye schulen take tho.
    2503Forsothe these thingis it ben, whiche ye schulen take, gold, and siluer, and bras, iacynt,
    2504and purpur, and reed silk twies died, and bijs, heeris of geet, and 'skynnes of wetheris maad reed,
    2505and skynnes of iacynt,
    2506and trees of Sechym, and oile to liytis to be ordeyned, swete smellynge spiceries in to oynement, and encensis of good odour,
    2507onochym stoonys, and gemmes to ourne ephod, and the racional .
    2508And thei schulen make a seyntuarie to me, and Y schal dwelle in the myddis of hem, bi al the licnesse of the tabernacle,
    2509which Y schal schewe to thee, and of alle the vessels of ournyng therof.
    2510And thus ye schulen make it; ioyne ye to gidere an arke of the trees of Sechym, whos lengthe haue twey cubitis and an half, the broodnesse haue a cubit and half, the hiynesse haue 'in lijk maner a cubit and half.
    2511And thou schalt ouergilde it with clenneste gold with ynne and with out forth; and thou schalt make a goldun crowne aboue 'bi cumpas,
    2512and foure goldun cerclis, whiche thou schalt sette bi foure corneris of the arke; twei ceerclis be in o syde, and twei cerclis in the tother side.
    2513Also thou schalt make barris of the trees of Sechym, and thou schalt hile tho with gold,
    2514and thou schalt brynge yn bi the cerclis that ben in the sidis of the arke,
    2515that it be borun in tho, whiche schulen euere be in the ceerclis, nether schulen ony tyme be drawun out of thoo.
    2516And thou schalt putte in to the arke the witnessing , which Y schal yyue to thee.
    2517And thou schalt make a propiciatorie of clenneste gold; 'that is a table hilinge the arke; the lengthe therof schal holde twei cubitis and an half, the broodnesse schal holde a cubit and half.
    2518Also thou schalt make on euer eithir side of 'Goddis answeryng place twei cherubyns of gold, and betun out with hamer;
    2519o cherub be in o syde of 'Goddis answeryng place, and the tother in the tother side;
    2520hele thei euer either side of the propiciatorie, and holde thei forth wyngis, and hile thei 'Goddis answeryng place; and biholde thei hem silf to gidere, while the faces ben turned in to the propiciatorie, with which the arke of the Lord schal be hilid,
    2521in which arke thou schalt putte the 'witnessyng, which Y schal yyue to thee.
    2522Fro thennus Y schal comaunde, and schal speke to thee aboue the propiciatorie, that is, fro the myddis of twei cherubyns, that schulen be on the arke of witnessyng, alle thingis whiche Y schal comaunde 'bi thee to the sones of Israel.
    2523Also thou schalt make a boord of the trees of Sechym, hauinge twei cubitis of lengthe, and a cubit in broodnesse, and a cubit and half in hiyenesse.
    2524And thou schalt ouergilde the bord with purest gold, and thou schalt make to it a goldun brynke 'bi cumpas;
    2525and 'thou schalt make to that brynke a coroun rasid bitwixe foure fyngris hiy, and 'thou schalt make on that another lytil goldun coroun.
    2526And thou schalt make redi foure goldun cerclis, and thou schalt put thoo in foure corners of the same boord, bi alle feet.
    2527Vndur the coroun schulen be goldun cerclis, that the barris be put thorou tho, and that the boord may be borun.
    2528Thou schalt make tho barris of the trees of Sechym, and thou schalt cumpas with gold to bere the boord.
    2529And thou schalt make redi vessels of vynegre, and viols, cenceris, and cuppis of pureste gold, in whiche fletynge sacrifices schulen be offrid.
    2530And thou schalt sette on the boord looues of proposicioun, in my siyt euere.
    2531And thou schalt make a candilstike 'betun forth with hamer, of clenneste gold, and thou schalt make the schaft therof, and yerdis, cuppis, and litle rundelis, and lilies comynge forth therof.
    2532Sixe yerdis schulen go out of the sidis, thre of o side, and thre of the tother.
    2533Thre cuppis as in the maner of a note bi ech yerde, and litle rundelis to gidere, and a lilie, and in lijk maner thre cuppis at the licnesse of a note in the tother, and litle rundelis togidere, and a lilie; this schal be the werk of sixe yerdis, that schulen be brouyt forth of the schaft.
    2534Forsothe in thilke candilstik e schulen be foure cuppis in the maner of a note, and litle rundels and lilies by ech cuppe;
    2535and litle rundelis schulen be vndir twey yerdis bi thre places, whiche yerdis to gidere ben maad sixe, comynge forth of o schaft; and therfor the litle rundelis and yerdis
    2536therof schulen be alle betun out with hamer, of clenneste gold.
    2537And thou schalt make seuene lanternes, and thou schalt sette tho on the candilstike, that tho schyne euene ayens.
    2538Also tongis to 'do out the snottis, and where tho thingis, that ben snottid out, ben quenchid, be maad of clenneste gold.
    2539Al the weiyt of the candilstike with alle hise vesselis schal haue a talent of clennest gold.
    2540Biholde thou, and make bi the saumpler, which ys schewide to thee in the hil.
    2601Forsothe the tabernacle schal be maad thus; thou schalt make ten curtyns of bijs foldyd ayen, and of iacynt, of purpur, and of reed silk twies died, dyuersid bi broidery werk.
    2602The lengthe of o curteyn schal haue eiyte and twenti cubitis, the broodnesse schal be of foure cubitis; alle tentis schulen be maad of o mesure.
    2603Fyue curtyns schulen be ioyned to hem silf to gidere, and othere fiue cleue to gidere bi lijk boond.
    2604Thou schalt make handels of iacynt in the sidis, and hiynessis of curtyns, that tho moun be couplid to gidere.
    2605A curteyn schal haue fyfti handlis in euer eithir part, so set yn, that 'an handle come ayen an handle, and the toon may be schappid to the tothir.
    2606And thou schalt make fifti goldun ryngis, bi whiche the 'veilis of curteyns schulen be ioyned, that o tabernacle be maad .
    2607Also thou schalt make enleuene saies to kyuere the hilyng of the tabernacle;
    2608the lengthe of o say schal haue thretti cubitis, and the breed schal haue foure cubitis; euene mesure schal be of alle saies.
    2609Of which thou schalt ioyne fyue by hem silf, and thou schalt couple sixe to hem silf togidere, so that thou double the sixte say in the frount of the roof.
    2610And thou schalt make fifti handles in the hemme of o say, that it may be ioyned with the tother; and 'thou schalt make fifti handles in the hemme of the tothir say, that it be couplid with the tothir;
    2611thou schalt make fifti fastnyngis of bras, bi whiche the handles schulen be ioyned to gidere, that oon hylyng be maad of alle.
    2612Sotheli that that is residue in the saies, that ben maad redi to the hilyng, that is, o sai whych is more, of the myddis therof thou schalt hile the hyndrere part of the tabernacle; and a cubit schal hange on o part,
    2613and the tother cubit on the tother part, which cubit is more in the lengthe of saies, and schal hile euer either syde of the tabernacle.
    2614And thou schalt make another hilyng to the roof, of 'skynnes of wetheres maad reed, and ouer this thou schalt make eft anothir hilyng of 'skynnes of iacynt.
    2615Also thou schalt make stondynge tablis of the tabernacle, of the trees of Sechym,
    2616whiche tablis schulen haue ech bi hem silf ten cubitis in lengthe, and in brede a cubit and half.
    2617Forsothe twei dentyngis schulen be in the sidis of a table, bi which a table schal be ioyned to another table; and in this maner alle the tablis schulen be maad redi.
    2618Of whiche tablis twenti schulen be in the myddai side, that goith to the south;
    2619to whiche tablis thou schalt yete fourti silueren foundementis, that twei foundementis be set vndir ech table, bi twei corneris.
    2620In the secounde side of the tabernacle, that goith to the north, schulen be twenti tablis, hauynge fourti silueren foundementis; twei foundementis schulen be set vndir ech table.
    2621Sotheli at the west coost of the tabernacle thou schalt make sixe tablis;
    2622and eft thou schalt make tweine othere tablis,
    2623that schulen be reisid in the corneris 'bihynde the bak of the taberancle;
    2624and the tablis schulen be ioyned to hem silf fro bynethe til to aboue, and o ioynyng schal withholde alle the tablis. And lijk ioynyng schal be kept to the twei tablis, that schulen be set in the corneris,
    2625and tho schulen be eiyte tablis to gidere; the siluerne foundementis of tho schulen be sixtene, while twei foundementis ben rikenyd bi o table.
    2626Thou schalt make also fyue barris of 'trees of Sechym, to holde togidere the tablis in o side of the tabernacle,
    2627and fyue othere barris in the tother side, and of the same noumbre at the west coost;
    2628whiche barris schulen be put thorou the myddil tablis fro the toon ende til to the tothir.
    2629And thou schalt ouergilde tho tablis, and thou schalt yete goldun ryngis in tho, bi whiche ryngis, the barris schulen holde togidere the werk of tablis, whyche barris thou schalt hile with goldun platis.
    2630And thou schalt reise the tabernacle, bi the saumpler that was schewid to thee in the hil.
    2631Thou schalt make also a veil of iacynt, and purpur, and of reed silk twies died, and of bijs foldid ayen bi broideri werk, and wouun to gidere bi fair dyuersite;
    2632which veil thou schalt hange bifor foure pileris of 'the trees of Sechym; and sotheli tho pileris schulen be ouergildid; and tho schulen haue goldun heedis, but foundementis of siluer.
    2633Forsothe the veil schal be set in bi the cerclis, with ynne which veil thou schalt sette the arke of witnessyng, wherbi the seyntuarye and the seyntuaries of seyntuarie schulen be departid.
    2634And thou schalt sette the propiciatorie on the arke of witnessyng, in to the hooli of hooli thingis;
    2635and thou schalt sette a boord with out the veil, and ayens the boord 'thou schalt sette the candilstike in the south side of the tabernacle; for the bord schal stonde in the north side.
    2636Thou schalt make also a tente in the entryng of the tabernacle, of iacynt, and purpur, and of reed selk twies died, and of bijs foldid ayen bi broidery werk.
    2637And thou schalt ouergilde fyue pileris of 'trees of Sechym, bifor whiche pileris the tente schal be led, of whiche pileris the heedis schulen be of gold, and the foundementis of bras.
    2701Also thou schalt make an auter of the trees of Sechym, which schal haue fyue cubitis in lengthe, and so many in brede, that is, sqware, and thre cubitis in heiythe.
    2702Forsothe hornes schulen be bi foure corneris therof; and thou schalt hile it with bras.
    2703And thou schalt make in to the vsis of the auter pannes, to resseyue aischis, and tongis, and fleisch hookis, and resettis of fyris; thou schalt make alle vessilis of bras.
    2704And thou schalt make a brasun gridele in the maner of a net, and bi four corneris therof schulen be foure brasun ryngis,
    2705whiche thou schalt putte vndur the yrun panne of the auter; and the gridele schal be til to the myddis of the auter.
    2706And thou schalt make twey barris of the auter, of the trees of Sechym, whiche barris thou schalt hile with platis of bras;
    2707and thou schalt lede yn 'the barris bi the cerclis, and tho schulen be on euer eithir side of the auter, to bere.
    2708Thou schalt make that auter not massif, but voide, and holowe with ynne, as it was schewid to thee in the hil.
    2709Also thou schalt make a large street of the tabernacle, 'in the maner of a chirche yeerd, in whos mydday coost ayens the south schulen be tentis of bijs foldid ayen; o side schal holde an hundrid cubitis in lengthe,
    2710and twenti pileris, with so many brasun foundementis, whiche pileris schulen haue silueren heedis with her grauyngis.
    2711In lijk maner in the north side, bi the lengthe, schulen be tentis of an hundrid cubitis, twenti pileris, and brasun foundementis of the same noumbre; and the heedis of tho pileris with her grauyngis schulen be of siluer.
    2712Forsothe in the breede of the large street, that biholdith to the west, schulen be tentis bi fifti cubitis, and ten pileris schulen be, and so many foundementis.
    2713In that breede of the large street, that biholdith to the eest, schulen be fifti cubitis,
    2714in whiche the tentis of fiftene cubitis schulen be assigned to o side, and thre pileris, and so many foundementis;
    2715and in the tother side schulen be tentis holdynge fiftene cubitis, and thre pileris, and so many foundementis.
    2716Forsothe in the entryng of the 'greet strete schal be maad a tente of twenti cubitis, of iacynt, and purpur, and of reed selk twies died, and of bijs foldid ayen bi broideri werk; it schal haue four pileris, with so many foundementis.
    2717Alle the pileris of the grete street bi cumpas schulen be clothid with platis of siluer, with hedis of siluer, and with foundementis of bras.
    2718The greet street schal ocupie an hundrid cubitis in lengthe, fifti in breede; the hiyenesse of the tente schal be of fiue cubitis; and it schal be maad of bijs foldid ayen; and it schal haue brasun foundementis.
    2719Thou schalt make of bras alle the vesselis of the tabernacle, in to alle vsis and cerymonyes, as wel stakis therof, as of the greet street.
    2720Comaunde thou to the sones of Israel, that thei brynge to thee the clenneste oile of 'the trees of olyues, and powned with a pestel, that a lanterne
    2721brenne euere in the tabernacle of witnessyng with out the veil, which is hangid in the tabernacle of witnessyng; and Aaron and hise sones schulen sette it, that it schyne bifore the Lord til the morewtid; it schal be euerlastynge worschiping bi her successiouns of the sones of Israel.
    2801Also applie thou to thee Aaron, thi brother, with hise sones, fro the myddis of the sones of Israel, that Aaron, Nadab, and Abyu, Eleazar, and Ythamar, be set in preesthod to me.
    2802And thou schalt make an hooli clooth to Aaron, thi brother, in to glorie and fairenesse.
    2803And thou schalt speke to alle wise men in herte, whiche Y haue fillid with the spirit of prudence, that thei make clothis to Aaron, in whiche he schal be halewid, and schal mynystre to me.
    2804Forsothe these schulen be the clothis, whiche thei schulen make; 'thei schulen make racional, and a clooth on the schuldris, a coote, and a streyt lynnun clooth, a mytre, and a girdil; hooli cloothis to Aaron, thi brother, and to hise sones, that thei be set in preesthod to me.
    2805And thei schulen take gold, and iacynt, and purpur, and 'reed selk twies died, and bijs;
    2806forsothe thei schulen make the clooth on the schuldris of gold, and of iacynt, and purpur, and of 'reed selk twies died, and of bijs foldid ayen, bi broyderi werk of dyuerse colours.
    2807It schal haue twey hemmes ioyned in euer either side of hiynessis, that tho go ayen in to oon.
    2808Thilke weuyng, and al dyuersite of the werk schal be of gold, and iacynt, and purpur, and of 'reed selk twies died, and bijs foldis ayen.
    2809And thou schalt take twei stoonys of onychym, and thou schalt graue in tho the names of the sones of Israel,
    2810sixe names in o stoon, and sixe othere in the tother stoon, bi the ordre of her birthe;
    2811bi the werk of a grauere, and bi the peyntyng of a man that ourneth with gemmes thou schalt graue tho stoonys, with the names of the sones of Israel; and thou schalt enclose and cumpasse in gold.
    2812And thou schalt sette tho stoonus in euer either side of the cloth on the schuldris, a memorial to the sones of Israel; and Aaron schal bere the names of hem bifor the Lord on euer either schuldre, for remembryng.
    2813And thou schalt make hookis of gold,
    2814and twey litil chaynes of clenneste gold, cleuynge to hem silf togidere, whiche litil chaynes thou schalt sette in the hookis.
    2815Also thou schalt make the racional of doom by werk of dyuerse colours, bi the weuyng of the cloth on the schuldre, of gold, iacynt, and purpur, of 'reed silk twies died, and of bijs foldid ayen.
    2816It schal be foure cornerid, and double; it schal haue the mesure of a pawme of the hond, as wel in lengthe, as in breede.
    2817And thou schalt sette ther ynne foure ordris of stoonys; in the firste ordre schal be the stoon sardius, and topazyus, and smaragdus;
    2818in the secunde ordre schal be charbuncle, safir, and iaspis; in the thridde ordre schal be ligurie,
    2819achates, and ametiste;
    2820in the fourthe ordre schal be crisolitus, onochyn, and berille; tho schulen be closid in gold, bi her ordris,
    2821and schulen haue the names of the sones of Israel: tho schulen be graven with twelue names; al stonus bi hem silf, with the names of the sones 'of Israel bi hem silf, bi twelue lynagis.
    2822Thou schalt make in the racional chaynes cleuynge to hem silf togidere of pureste gold,
    2823and thou schalt make twei goldun ryngis, whiche thou schalt sette in euer either hiynesse of racional.
    2824And thou schalt ioyne the goldun chaynes with the ryngis that ben in the brynkis therof,
    2825and thou schalt couple the 'last thingis of tho chaynes to twey hookis in euer either side of the 'cloth on the schuldur, that biholdith the racional.
    2826And thou schalt make twei goldun ryngis, whiche thou schalt sette in the hiynesses of the racional, and in the hemmes of the cloth on the schuldur, that ben euene ayens, and biholden the lattere thingis therof.
    2827Also and thou schalt make tweyne othere goldun ryngis, that schulen be set in euer either side of the clooth on the schuldur bynethe, that biholdith ayens the face of the lowere ioynyng, that it may be set couenabli with the 'cloth on the schuldre.
    2828And the racional be boundun bi hise ryngis with the ryngis of the 'cloth on the schuldre, with a lace of iacynt, that the ioyning maad craftili dwelle, and that the racional and 'cloth on the schuldre moun not be departid ech fro other.
    2829And Aaron schal bere the names of the sones of Israel in the racional of doom on his brest, whanne he entrith in to the seyntuarie, a memorial bifor the Lord with outen ende.
    2830Forsothe thou schalt sette in the racional of doom, techyng, and treuthe, whiche schulen be in the brest of Aaron, whanne he entrith bifor the Lord, and he schal bere the doom of the sones of Israel in his brest in the siyt of the Lord euere.
    2831And thou schalt make the coote of the 'cloth on the schuldre al of iacynt,
    2832in whos myddil aboue schal be an hood, and a wouun hemme 'bi cumpas therof, as it is wont to be don in the hemmes of clothis, lest it be brokun liytli.
    2833Forsothe bynethe at the feet of the same coote, bi cumpas, thou schalt make as 'piyn applis, of iacynt, and purpur, of 'reed selk twies died, and of biis foldid ayen; while smale bellis ben medlid in the myddis,
    2834so that a litil 'belle of gold be and a 'piyn appil, and eft another litel belle of gold and a 'pyn appil.
    2835And Aaron schal be clothid with that coote in the office of seruyce, that sown be herd, whanne he entrith in to the seyntuarie, and goith out, in the siyt of the Lord; and that he die not.
    2836And thou schalt make a plate of pureste gold, in which thou schalt graue bi the werk of a grauere, the holi to the Lord .
    2837And thou schalt bynde that plate with a lace of iacynt, and it schal be on the mytre,
    2838and schal neiye the forheed of the bischop. And Aaron schal bere the wickidnessis of hem whiche the sones of Israel 'offeriden, and halewiden in alle her yiftis and fre yiftis; forsothe the plate schal euere be in 'his forhed, that the Lord be plesid to him.
    2839And thou schalt bynde the coot of biis, and the myter of bijs, and thou schalt make also a girdil, 'bi werk of broiderye.
    2840Forsothe thou schalt make redi to 'the sones of Aaron linnun cootis, and girdlis, and mytris, in to glorie and fairnesse.
    2841And thou schalt clothe Aaron, thi brother, with alle these, and hise sones with hym. And thou schalt sacre the hondis of alle; and thou schalt halewe hem, that thei be set in preesthood to me.
    2842Also thou schalt make lynnun brechis, that thei hile the fleisch of her filthe fro the reynes 'til to the hipis.
    2843And Aaron and hise sones schulen vse tho, whanne thei schulen entre in to the tabernacle of witnessyng, ether whanne thei neiyen to the auter, that thei mynystren in the seyntuarie, lest thei ben gilti of wickidnesse, and dien; it schal be a lawful thing euerlastynge to Aaron, and to his seed after hym.
    2901But also thou schalt do this, that thei be sacrid to me in preesthod; take thou a calf of the droue, and twei rammes with out wem,
    2902and therf looues, and a cake with out sour dow, whiche be spreynt to gidere with oile, and therf paast sodun in watir, 'bawmed, ether fried, with oile; thou schalt make alle thingis of whete flour,
    2903and thou schalt offre tho put in a panyere. Forsothe thou schal presente the calfe,
    2904and twey rammes, and Aaron and his sones, at the dore of tabernacle of witnessyng; and whanne thou hast waische the fadir and the sones in watir,
    2905thou schalt clothe Aaron with hise clothis, that is, the lynnen cloth, 'and coote, and the cloth on the schuldris, 'and the racional, which thou schalt bynde with a girdil.
    2906And thou schalt sette the mytre on his heed, and the hooli plate on the mytre,
    2907and thou schalt schede the oile of anoyntyng on his heed; and bi this custom he schal be sacrid.
    2908Also thou schalt presente hise sones, and thou schalt clothe with lynnun cootis,
    2909and thou schalt girde Aaron and hise sones with a girdil; and thou schalt sette mytris on hem; and thei schulen be my preestis bi euerlastynge religioun. After that thou hast halewid 'the hondis of hem,
    2910also thou schalt presente the calf bifore the tabernacle of witnessyng; and Aaron and hise sones schulen sette hondis 'on the heed therof;
    2911and thou schalt sle it in the siyt of the Lord, bisidis the dore of the tabernacle of witnessyng.
    2912And thou schalt take the blood of the calf, and schalt putte with thi fyngur on the corneris of the auter. Forsothe thou schalt schede the 'tothir blood bisidis the foundement therof.
    2913And thou schalt take al the fatnesse that hilith the entrailis, and the calle of the mawe, and twey kidneris, and the fatnesse which is on hem; and thou schalt offere encense on the auter.
    2914Forsothe thou schalt brenne with out the castels the 'fleischis of the calf, and the skyn, and the dung, for it is for synne.
    2915Also thou schalt take a ram, on whos heed Aaron and hise sones schulen sette hondis;
    2916and whanne thou hast slayn that ram, thou schalt take of 'his blood, and schalt schede aboute the auter.
    2917Forsothe thou schalt kitte thilk ram in to smale gobetis, and thou schalt putte hise entrailis waischun, and feet on the fleischis koruun, and on his heed;
    2918and thou schalt offre al the ram in to encence on the auter; it is an offryng to the Lord, the swettest odour of the slayn sacrifice of the Lord.
    2919And thou schalt take the tothir ram, on whos heed Aaron and hise sones schulen sette hondis;
    2920and whanne thou hast offrid that ram, thou schalt take of his blood, and schalt 'putte on the last part of the riyt eere of Aaron, and of hise sones, and on the thombis of her hond; and of her riyt foot; and thou schalt schede the blood on the auter, 'bi cumpas.
    2921And whanne thou hast take of the blood, which is on the auter, and of oile of anoynting, thou schalt sprenge Aaron and hise clothis, the sones and her clothis. And whanne thei and the clothis ben sacrid,
    2922thou schalt take the ynnere fatnesse of the ram, and the tayl, and the fatnesse that hilith the entrailis, and the calle of the mawe, and twey kideneris, and the fatnesse that is on tho; and thou schalt take the riyt schuldur, for it is the ram of consecracioun;
    2923and thou schalt take a tendur cake of o loof, spreynd with oile, paast sodun in watir, and after fried in oile, of the panyer of therf looues, which is set in 'the siyt of the Lord.
    2924And thou schalt putte alle 'thingis on the hondis of Aaron and of hise sones, and schalt halewe hem, and reise bifor the Lord.
    2925And thou schalt take alle thingis fro 'the hondis of hem, and schalt brenne on the autir, in to brent sacrifice, 'swettist odour in the siyt of the Lord, for it is the offryng of the Lord.
    2926Also thou schalt take the brest of the ram, bi which Aaron was halewid, and thou schalt halewe it reisid bifor the Lord; and it schal turne in to thi part.
    2927And thou schalt halewe also the brest sacrid, and the schuldur which thou departidist fro the ram,
    2928bi which Aaron was halewid, and hise sones; and tho schulen turne in to the part of Aaron, and of hise sones, bi euerlastinge riyt, of the sones of Israel; for tho ben the firste thingis, and the bigynnyngis of the pesible sacrifices of hem, whiche thei offren to the Lord.
    2929Forsothe the sones of Aaron schulen haue aftir hym the hooli cloth, which Aaron schal vse, that thei be anoyntid ther ynne, and her hondis be sacrid.
    2930'Thilke, that of hise sones schal be maad bischop for hym, schal vse that cloth seuene daies, and which sone schal entre in to the tabernacle of witnessyng, that he mynystre in the seyntuarie.
    2931Sotheli thou schalt take the ram of consecracioun, and thou schalt sethe hise fleischis in the hooli place,
    2932whiche fleischis Aaron and his sones schulen ete, and thei schulen ete the looues, that ben in the panyere, in the porche of the tabernacle of witnessyng,
    2933that it be a pleasaunt sacrifice, and that the hondis of the offreris be halewid. An alien schal not ete of tho, for tho ben hooli.
    2934That if ony thing leeueth of the fleischis halewid, ether of the looues, til the morewtid, thou schalt brenne the relifs by fier, thou schulen not be etun, for tho ben halewid.
    2935Thou schalt do on Aaron, and hise sones, alle thingis whiche I comaunde to thee. Seuene daies thou schalt sacre 'the hondis of hem,
    2936and thou schalt offre a calf for synne bi ech day to clense; and thou schalt clense the auter, whanne thou hast offrid the sacrifice of clensyng, and thou schalt anoynte the auter in to halewyng.
    2937Seuene daies thou shalt clense and halewe the auter, and it schal be the hooli of hooli thingis; ech man that schal touche it schal be halewid.
    2938This it is, that thou schalt do in the auter, twei lambren of o yeer contynueli bi ech dai,
    2939o lomb in the morewtid, and the tothir in the euentid;
    2940'thou schalt do in o lomb the tenthe part of flour spreynt with oyle, powned, that schal haue a mesure, the fourthe part of hyn, and wyn of the same mesure, to make sacrifice.
    2941Sotheli thou schalt offre the tother lomb at euentid, bi the custom of the offryng at the morewtid, and bi tho thingis, whiche we seiden, in to the odour of swetnesse;
    2942it is a sacrifice to the Lord bi euerlastynge offryng in to youre generaciouns, at the dore of the tabernacle of witnessyng bifor the Lord, where Y schal ordeyne that Y speke to thee;
    2943and there Y schal comaunde to the sones of Israel; and the auter schal be halewid in my glorie. Y schal halewe also the tabernacle of witnessyng with the auter, and Aaron with hise sones, that thei be set in presthod to me.
    2944And Y schal dwelle in the myddis of the sones of Israel, and Y schal be God to hem;
    2945and thei schulen wite, that Y am her Lord God, which ledde hem out of the lond of Egipt, that Y schulde dwelle among hem; for Y am her Lord God.
    3001Also thou schalt make an auter of the trees of Sechym, to brenne encense;
    3002and the auter schal haue a cubit of lengthe, and another cubit of brede, that is foure cornerid, and twei cubitis in heiythe; corneris schulen come forth of the auter.
    3003And thou schalt clothe it with clennest gold, as wel the gridil therof, as the wallis and corneris bi cumpas therof; and thou schalt make to the auter a litil goldun coroun,
    3004'bi cumpas, and twei goldun serclis vndur the coroun by alle sidis, that barris be put in to the serclis, and the auter be borun.
    3005Also thou schalt make tho barris of the trees of Sechym, and thou schalt ouergilde;
    3006and thou schalt sette the auter ayens the veil, which veil hangith bifor the ark of witnessyng bifor the propiciatorie, bi which the witnessyng is hilid, where Y schal speke to thee.
    3007And Aaron schal brenne theronne encense smellynge swetly eerli; whanne he schal araye the lanternes, he schal brenne it;
    3008and whanne he settith the lanternes at euentid, he schal brenne euerlastynge encense bifor the Lord, in to youre generaciouns.
    3009Ye schulen not offre theronne encense of other makyng, nethir offryng, and slayn sacrifice, nether ye schulen offre fletynge offryngis thereonne.
    3010And Aaron schal preie on the corneres therof onis bi the yeer, in the blood which is offrid for synne, and he schal plese theronne in youre generaciouns; it schal be the hooli of hooli thingis to the Lord.
    3011And the Lord spak to Moises,
    3012and seide, Whanne thou schalt take the summe of the sones of Israel, alle bi hem silf schulen yyue 'bi the noumbre prijs for her soulis to the Lord, and veniaunce schal not be in hem, whanne thei ben noumbrid.
    3013Sotheli ech that passith to the name, schal yyue this, half a sicle bi the mesure of the temple; a sicle hath twenti halpens; the myddil part of a cicle schal be offrid to the Lord.
    3014He that is hadde in noumbre, fro twenti yeer and aboue,
    3015schal yyue prijs; a riche man schal not adde to the myddil of cicle, and a pore man schal no thing abate.
    3016And thou schalt bitake in to vsis of the tabernacle of witnessyng the money takun, which is gaderid of the sones of Israel, that it be the mynde of hem bifor the Lord, and he schal be merciful to 'the soulis of hem.
    3017And the Lord spak to Moises,
    3018and seide, Also thou schalt make a greet vessil of bras with his foundement to waische, and thou schalt sette it bitwixe the tabernacle of witnessyng and the auter 'of brent sacrifices; and whanne watir is put therynne,
    3019Aaron and hise sones schulen waische therynne her hondis and feet,
    3020whanne thei schulen entre in to the tabernacle of witnessyng, and whanne thei schulen neiye to the auter that thei offre therynne encense to the Lord,
    3021lest perauenture thei dien; it schal be a lawful thing euerlastinge to hym and to his seed bi successiouns.
    3022And the Lord spak to Moises,
    3023and seide, Take to thee swete smellynge spiceries, of the firste and chosun myrre, fyue hundrid siclis; and of canel the half, that is, twei hundrid and fifti siclis;
    3024in lijk maner of calamy twei hundrid and fifti siclis; also of casia fyue hundrid siclis, in the weiyte of seyntuarie; oile of olyue trees, the mesure hyn ;
    3025and thou schalt make the hooly oile of anoyntyng, an oynement maad bi the werk of a 'makere of oynement.
    3026And thou schal anoynte therof the tabernacle of witnessyng, and the ark of testament, and the boord with hise vessels,
    3027the candilstike, and the purtenaunces therof, the auteris of encense,
    3028and of brent sacrifice, and al the purtenaunce, that perteyneth to the ournyng of tho.
    3029And thou schalt halewe alle thingis, and tho schulen be the hooli of holi thingis; he that schal touche tho, schal be halewid.
    3030Thou schalt anoynte Aaron, and hise sones, and thou schalt halewe hem, that thei be set in presthod to me.
    3031And thou schalt seie to the sones of Israel, This oile of anoyntyng schal be hooli to me in to youre generaciouns.
    3032The fleisch of man schal not be anoyntid therof, and bi the makyng therof ye schulen not make another, for it is halewid, and it schal be hooli to you.
    3033What euer man makith sich oile, and yyueth therof to an alien, he schal be 'destried fro his puple.
    3034Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Take to thee swete smellynge spyceries, stacten , and onyca , galban of good odour, and pureste encense, alle schulen be of euene weiyte.
    3035And thou schal make encence, maad by werk of oynement makere, meddlid diligentli, and pure, and moost worthi of halewyng.
    3036And whanne thou hast powned alle thingis in to smalleste poudre, thou schalt putte therof bifor the tabernacle of witnessyng, in which place Y schal appere to thee; encense schal be to you the hooli of hooli thingis.
    3037Ye schulen not make siche a makyng in to youre vsis, for it is hooli to the Lord.
    3038What euer man makith a lijk thing, that he vse the odour therof, he schal perische fro his puple.
    3101And the Lord spak to Moyses, 'and seide, Lo!
    3102Y haue clepid Beseleel bi name, the sone of Hury, sone of Hur, of the lynage of Juda;
    3103and Y haue fillid hym with the spirit of God, with wisdom, and vndirstondyng, and kunnyng in al werk,
    3104to fynde out what euer thing may be maad suteli, of gold, and siluer, and bras, and marbil,
    3105and gemmes, and dyuersite of trees.
    3106And Y haue youe to hym a felowe, Ooliab, the sone of Achisameth, of the kynrede of Dan; and Y haue put in 'the herte of hem the wisdom of ech lerned man, that thei make alle thingis, whiche Y comaundide to thee;
    3107the tabernacle of boond of pees, and the arke of witnessyng, and the propiciatorie, ether table, which is theronne, and alle the vessels of the tabernacle;
    3108also the bord, and vessels therof, the clenneste candilstike with hise vessels, and the auteris of encence,
    3109and of brent sacrifice, and alle the vessels of hem; the greet 'waischyng vessel with his foundement;
    3110hooli clothis in seruyce to Aaron prest, and to hise sones, that thei be set in her office in hooli thingis;
    3111the oile of anoyntyng, and encence of swete smellynge spiceryes in the seyntuarie; thei schulen make alle thingis whiche Y comaundide to thee.
    3112And the Lord spak to Moises, 'and seide, Speke thou to the sones of Israel,
    3113and thou schalt seie to hem, Se ye that ye kepe my sabat, for it is a signe bytwixe me and you in youre generaciouns; that ye wite, that Y am the Lord, which halewe you.
    3114Kepe ye my sabat, for it is hooli to you; he that defoulith it, schal die bi deeth, the soule of hym, that doith werk in the sabat, schal perische fro the myddis of his puple.
    3115Sixe daies ye schulen do werk; in the seuenthe dai is sabat, hooli reste to the Lord; ech man that doith werk in this dai schal die.
    3116The sones of Israel kepe sabat, and halewe it in her generaciouns;
    3117it is a couenaunt euerlastinge bitwixe me and the sones of Israel, and it is 'a signe euerlastynge; for in sixe daies God made heuene and erthe, and in the seuenthe day he ceessid of werk.
    3118And whanne siche wordis weren fillid, the Lord yaf to Moises, in the hil of Synay, twei stonun tablis of witnessyng, writun with the fyngur of God .
    3201Forsothe the puple siy, that Moises made tariyng to come doun fro the hil, and it was gaderid ayens Aaron, and seide, Rise thou, and make goddis to vs, that schulen go bifore vs, for we witen not what bifelde to this Moises, that ladde vs out of the lond of Egipt.
    3202And Aaron seide to hem, Take ye the goldun eere ryngis fro the eeris of youre wyues, and of sones and douytris, and brynge ye to me.
    3203The puple dide tho thingis, that he comaundide, and brouyte eere ryngis to Aaron;
    3204and whanne he hadde take tho, he formede bi 'werk of yetyng, and made of tho a yotun calf. And thei seiden, Israel, these ben thi goddis, that ladde thee out of the lond of Egipt.
    3205And whanne Aaron had seyn this thing, he bildide an auter bifore hym, and he criede bi the vois of a criere, and seide, To morewe is the solempnete of the Lord.
    3206And thei rysen eerli, and offeriden brent sacrifyces, and pesible sacrifices; and the puple sat to ete and drynke, and thei risen to pley .
    3207Forsothe the Lord spak to Moises, and seide, Go thou, go doun, thi puple hath synned, 'whom thou leddist out of the lond of Egipt.
    3208Thei yeden awei soone fro the weie which thou schewidst to hem, and thei maden to hem a yotun calf, and worschipyden it, and thei offeriden sacrifices to it, and seiden, Israel, these ben thi goddis, that ledden thee out of the lond of Egipt.
    3209And eft the Lord seide to Moises, Y se, that this puple is of hard nol;
    3210suffre thou me , that my woodnesse be wrooth ayens hem, and that Y do awey hem; and Y schal make thee in to a greet folk.
    3211Forsothe Moises preiede 'his Lord God, and seide, Lord, whi is thi veniaunce wrooth ayens thi puple, whom thou leddist out of the lond of Egipt in greet strengthe and in stronge hond?
    3212Y biseche, that Egipcians seie not, he ledde hem out felli, 'that he schulde sle in the hillis, and to do awei fro erthe, thin ire ceesse, and be thou quemeful on the wickidnesse of thi puple.
    3213Haue thou mynde of Abraham, of Ysaac, and of Israel, thi seruauntis, to whiche thou hast swore bi thi silf, and seidist, Y schal multiplie youre seed as the sterris of heuene, and Y schal yyue to youre seed al this lond of which Y spak, and ye schulen welde it euere.
    3214And the Lord was plesid, that he dide not the yuel which he spak ayens his puple.
    3215And Moises turnede ayen fro the hil, and bar in his hond twei tablis of witnessyng, writun in euer either side,
    3216and maad bi the werk of God; and the writyng of God was grauun in tablis.
    3217Forsothe Josue herde the noise of the puple criynge, and seide to Moyses, Yellyng of fiytyng is herd in the castels.
    3218To whom Moises answeride, It is not cry of men exitynge to batel, nether the cry of men compellynge to fleyng, but Y here the vois of syngeris.
    3219And whanne he hadde neiyid to the castels, he siy the calf, and dauncis; and he was wrooth greetli, and 'castide forth the tablis fro the hond, and brak tho at the rootis of the hil.
    3220And he took the calf, which thei hadden maad, and brente, and brak 'til to poudur, which he spreynte in to watir, and yaf therof drynke to the sones of Israel.
    3221And Moises seide to Aaron, What dide this puple to thee, that thou brouytist in on hym the gretteste synne?
    3222To whom he answeride, My lord, be not wrooth, for thou knowist this puple, that it is enclynaunt to yuel;
    3223thei seiden to me, Make thou goddis to vs, that schulen go bifore vs, for we witen not, what bifelde to this Moises, that ladde vs out of the lond of Egipt.
    3224To whiche Y seide, Who of you hath gold? Thei token, and yauen to me, and Y castide it forth in to the fier, and this calf yede out.
    3225Therfor Moyses siy the puple, that it was maad bare; for Aaron hadde spuylid it for the schenschip of filthe, and hadde maad the puple nakid among enemyes.
    3226And Moises stood in the yate of the castels, and seide, If ony man is of the Lord, be he ioyned to me; and alle the sones of Leuy weren gaderid to hym.
    3227To whiche he seide, The Lord God of Israel seith these thingis, A man putte swerd on his hipe, go ye, and 'go ye ayen fro yate 'til to yate bi the myddil of the castels, and ech man sle his brother, freend, and neiybore.
    3228The sones of Leuy diden bi the word of Moises, and as thre and twenti thousynd of men felden doun in that day.
    3229And Moises seide, Ye han halewid youre hondis to dai to the Lord, ech man in his sone, and brother, that blessyng be youun to you.
    3230Sotheli whanne 'the tother day was maad, Moises spak to the puple, Ye han synned the moost synne; Y schal stie to the Lord, if in ony maner Y schal mowe biseche hym for youre felony.
    3231And he turnede ayen to the Lord, and seide, Lord, Y biseche, this puple hath synned a greet synne, and thei han maad goldun goddis to hem; ethir foryyue thou this gilt to hem,
    3232ether if thou doist not, do awey me fro thi book, which thou hast write.
    3233To whom the Lord answeride, Y schal do awey fro my book hym that synneth ayens me;
    3234forsothe go thou, and lede this puple, whydur Y spak to thee; myn aungel schal go bifore thee; forsothe in the day of veniaunce Y schal visite also this synne of hem.
    3235Therfor the Lord smoot the puple for the gilt of the calf, which calf Aaron made.
    3301And the Lord spak to Moyses, and seide, Go and stie fro this place, thou, and the puple, whom thou leddist out of the lond of Egipt, in to the lond, which Y haue swore to Abraham, and to Ysaac, and to Jacob, 'and Y seide, Y schal yyue it to thi seed.
    3302And Y schal sende thi bifore goere an aungel, that Y caste out Cananey, and Amorei, and Ethei, and Ferezei, and Euey, and Jebusey;
    3303and that thou entre in to the lond flowynge with mylk and hony; for Y schal not stye with thee, for 'thou art a puple of hard nol, lest perauenture Y leese thee in the weie.
    3304The puple herde this worste word, and morenyde, and noon was clothid with his ournyng bi custom.
    3305And the Lord seide to Moises, Spek thou to the sones of Israel, Thou art a puple of hard nol; onys Y schal stie in the myddis of thee, and Y schal do awey thee; riyt now putte awei thin ournyng , that Y wite, what Y schal do to thee.
    3306Therfor the sones of Israel puttiden awey her ournyng fro the hil of Oreb.
    3307And Moises took the tabernacle, and settide fer with out the castels, and he clepide the name therof the tabernacle of boond of pees. And al the puple that hadde ony questioun, yede out to the tabernacle of boond of pees, with out the castels.
    3308And whanne Moises yede out to the tabernacle, al the puple roos, and ech man stood in the dore of his tente, and thei bihelden 'the bak of Moises, til he entride in to the tente.
    3309Sotheli whanne he entride in to the tabernacle of boond of pees, a piler of cloude cam doun, and stood at the dore; and the Lord spak with Moises,
    3310while alle men sien that the piler of cloude stood at the 'dore of tabernacle; and thei stoden, and worschipiden bi the dores of her tabernaclis.
    3311Forsothe the Lord spak to Moises face to face, as a man is wont to speke to his freend; and whanne he turnede ayen in to 'the castels, Josue, his mynystre, the sone of Nun, a child, yede not awey fro the tabernacle.
    3312Forsothe Moises seide to the Lord, Thou comaundist, that Y lede out this puple, and thou 'schewist not to me, whom thou schalt sende with me, 'most sithen thou seidist, Y knewe thee bi name, and thou hast founde grace bifore me.
    3313Therfore if Y haue founde grace in thi siyt, schewe thi face to me, that Y knowe thee, and fynde grace bifor thin iyen; biholde thi puple, and this folk.
    3314And God seide, My face schal go bifor thee, and Y schal yyue reste to thee.
    3315And Moises seide, If thi silf schalt not go bifore, 'lede not vs out of this place;
    3316for in what thing moun we wite, Y and thi puple, that we han founde grace in thi siyt, if thou schalt not go with vs, that we be glorified of alle puplis that dwellen on erthe?
    3317Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Y schal do also this word, which thou hast spoke; for thou hast founde grace bifor me, and Y knewe thi silf bi name.
    3318And Moises seide, Schewe thou thi glorie to me.
    3319God answeride, Y schal schewe al good to thee, and Y schal clepe in the 'name of the Lord bifor thee, and Y schal do merci to whom Y wole, and Y schal be merciful on whom it plesith to me.
    3320And eft God seide, Thou maist not se my face, for a man schal not se me, and schal lyue.
    3321And eft God seide, A place is anentis me, and thou schalt stonde on a stoon;
    3322and whanne my glorie schal passe, Y schal sette thee in the hoole of the stoon, and Y schal kyuere with my riyt hond, til Y passe; and Y schal take awey myn hond,
    3323and thou schalt se myn hyndrere partis, forsothe thou mayst not se my face.
    3401And aftirward God seide, Hewe to thee twey tablis of stoon at the licnesse of the formere, and Y schal write on tho tablis thilke wordis, whiche the tablis, that thou 'hast broke, hadden.
    3402Be thou redi in the morewtid, that thou stie anoon in to the hil of Synai; and thou schalt stonde with me on the cop of the hil;
    3403no man stie with thee, nether ony man be seyn bi al the hil, and oxun and scheep be not fed ayens 'the hil.
    3404Therfor Moises hewide twey tablis of stoon, whiche manere tablis weren bifore, and he roos bi nyyt, and stiede in to the hil of Synay, as the Lord comaundide to hym; and he bar with hym the tablis.
    3405And whanne the Lord hadde come doun bi a cloude, Moises stood with hym, and clepide inwardli 'the name of the Lord;
    3406and whanne the Lord passide bifore hym, he seide, Lordschipere, Lord God, mercyful, and pitouse, pacient, and of myche mersiful doyng, and sothefast,
    3407which kepist couenaunt and mercy in to 'a thousande, which doist awey wickidnesse, and trespassis, and synnes, and noon bi hym silf is innocent anentis thee, which yeldist the wickidnesse of fadris to sones and to sones of sones, into the thridde and fourthe generacioun.
    3408And hastili Moises was bowid low 'in to erthe, and worschipide,
    3409and seide, Lord, if Y haue founde grace in thi siyt, Y biseche that thou go with vs, for the puple is of hard nol, and that thou do awey oure wickidnesses and synnes, and welde vs.
    3410The Lord answeride, Y schal make couenaunt, and in siyt of alle men Y schal make signes, that weren neuer seyn on erthe, nether in ony folkis, that this puple, in whos myddis thou art, se the ferdful werk of the Lord, which Y schal make.
    3411Kepe thou alle thingis, whiche Y comaundide to thee to dai; I my silf schal caste out bifor thi face Amorrey, and Cananey, and Ethei, and Ferezei, and Euey, and Jebusei.
    3412Be war, lest ony tyme thou ioyne frendschipis with the dwelleris of that lond, whiche frenschipis be in to fallyng to thee.
    3413But also distrie thou 'the auteris of hem, breke the ymagis, and kitte doun the woodis;
    3414'nyl thou worschipe an alien God; 'the Lord a gelous louyere is his name, God is a feruent louyere;
    3415make thou not couenaunt with the men of tho cuntreis, lest whanne thei han do fornycacioun with her goddis, and han worschipid the symylacris of hem, ony man clepe thee, that thou ete of thingis offrid to an ydol.
    3416Nether thou schalt take a wyif of her douytris to thi sones, lest aftir that tho douytris han do fornycacioun, thei make also thi sones to do fornicacioun in to her goddis.
    3417Thou schalt not make to thee yotun goddis.
    3418Thou schalt kepe the solempynyte of therf looues; seuene daies thou schalt ete therf looues, as Y comaundide to thee, in the time of the monethe of newe fruytis; for in the monethe of veer tyme thou yedist out of Egipt.
    3419Al thing of male kynde that openeth the wombe schal be myn, of alle lyuynge beestis, as wel of oxun, as of scheep, it schal be myn.
    3420Thou schalt ayenbie with a scheep the firste gendrid of an asse, ellis if thou yyuest not prijs therfor, it schal be slayn. Thou schalt ayenbie the firste gendrid of thi sones; nether thou schalt appere voide in my siyt.
    3421Sixe daies thou schalt worche, the seuenthe day thou schalt ceesse to ere and repe.
    3422Thou schalt make to thee the solempnyte of woukis in the firste thingis of fruytis of thi ripe corn of wheete, and the solempnyte, whanne alle thingis ben gadrid in to bernes, whanne the tyme 'of yeer cometh ayen.
    3423Ech male kynde of thee schal appere in thre tymes of the yeer in the siyt of the Lord Almyyti, thi God of Israel.
    3424For whanne Y schal take awei folkis fro thi face, and Y schal alarge thi termes, noon schal sette tresouns to thi lond, while thou stiest and apperist in the siyt of thi Lord God, thries in the yeer.
    3425Thou schalt not offre on sour dow the blood of my sacrifice, nethir ony thing of the slayn sacrifice of the solempnyte of fase schal abide in the morewtid.
    3426Thou schalt offre in the hows of thi Lord God the firste of the fruytis of thi lond. Thou schalt not sethe a kide in the mylk of his modir.
    3427And the Lord seide to Moises, Write thou these wordis, bi whiche Y smoot a boond of pees, bothe with thee and with Israel.
    3428Therfor Moises was there with the Lord bi fourti daies and bi fourti nyytis, he eet not breed, and drank not watir; and he wroot in tablys ten wordis of the boond of pees.
    3429And whanne Moises cam doun fro the hil of Synai, he helde twei tablis of witnessyng, and he wiste not that his face was horned of the felouschipe of Goddis word.
    3430Forsothe Aaron and the sones of Israel sien Moises face horned,
    3431and thei dredden to neiye niy, and thei weren clepid of hym, 'and thei turneden ayen, as wel Aaron as the princis of the synagoge; and after that Moises spak, thei camen to hym,
    3432yhe alle the sones of Israel; to whiche Moises comaundide alle thingis, whiche he hadde herd of the Lord in the hil of Synai.
    3433And whanne the wordis weren fillid, he puttide a veil on his face;
    3434and he entride to the Lord, and spak with hym, and dide awey that veil, til he yede out; and thanne he spak to the sones of Israel alle thingis, that weren comaundid to hym;
    3435whiche sien that the face of Moyses goynge out was horned, but eft he hilide his face, if ony tyme he spak to hem.
    3501Therfor whanne al the cumpanye of the sones of Israel was gaderid, Moises seide to hem, These thingis it ben, whiche the Lord comaundide to be doon.
    3502Sixe daies ye schulen do werk, the seuenthe dai schal be hooli to you, the sabat and reste of the Lord; he that doith werk in the sabat schal be slayn.
    3503Ye schulen not kyndle fier in alle youre dwellyng places bi the 'dai of sabat.
    3504And Moises seide to al the cumpeny of the sones of Israel, This is the word which the Lord comaundide, and seide,
    3505Departe ye at you the firste fruytis to the Lord; ech wilful man and of redi wille offre tho to the Lord, gold, and siluer, and bras,
    3506and iacynct, and purpur, and reed selk twies died, and bijs, heeris of geet,
    3507and skynnys of rammes maad reed, and of iacynt,
    3508trees of Sechym, and oile to liytis to be ordeyned, and that the oynement be maad, and encense moost swete,
    3509stoonus of onochyn and gemmes, to the ournyng of the 'cloth on the schuldris, and of the racional.
    3510Who euer of you is wijs, come he, and make that, that the Lord comaundide,
    3511that is, the tabernacle, and the roof therof, and the hilyng; ryngis, and bildyngis of tablis, with barris, stakis, and foundementis;
    3512the arke, and barris; the propiciatorie, and the veil, which is hangid byfore it;
    3513the bord with barris, and vesselis, and with looues of settyng forth;
    3514the candilstike to susteyne liytis, the vesselis, and lanternes therof, and oile to the nurschyngis of fyris; the auter of encense, and the barris;
    3515the oile of anoyntyng, and encense of swete smellynge spiceries; the tente at the dore of the tabernacle;
    3516the auter of brent sacrifice, and his brasun gridele, with hise barris, and vessels; the 'greet waischyng vessel, and 'his foundement;
    3517the curteyns of the large street, with pileris and foundementis; the tente in the doris of the porche;
    3518the stakis of the tabernacle and of the large street, with her coordis;
    3519the clothis, whose vss is in 'the seruyce of seyntuarie; the clothis of Aaron bischop, and of hise sones, that thei be set in preesthod to me.
    3520And al the multitude of the sones of Israel yede out of 'the siyt of Moises,
    3521and offride with moost redi soule and deuout the firste thingis to the Lord, to make the werk of the tabernacle of witnessyng, what euer was nedeful to the ournyng, and to hooli clothis.
    3522Men and wymmen yauen bies of the armes, and eeryngis, ryngis, and ournementis of 'the arm niy the hond; ech goldun vessel was departid in to the yiftis of the Lord.
    3523If ony man hadde iacynt, and purpur, and 'reed selk twies died, bijs, and the heeris of geet, skynnes of rammes maad reed, and of iacynt,
    3524metals of siluer, and of bras, thei offeryden to the Lord, and trees of Sechym in to dyuerse vsis.
    3525But also wymmen tauyt yauen tho thingis, whiche thei hadden spunne, iacynt, purpur, and vermyloun,
    3526and bijs, and the heeris of geet; and yauen alle thingis by her owne fre wille.
    3527Forsothe princes offeriden stoonys of onychyn and iemmes, to the 'cloth on the schuldris, and to the racional, and swete smellynge spiceries,
    3528and oyle to the liytis to be ordeyned, and to make redi oynement, and to make the encense of swettist odour.
    3529Alle men and wymmen offeriden yiftis with deuout soule, that the werkis schulden be maad, whiche the Lord comaundide bi the hond of Moyses; alle the sones of Israel halewiden wilful thingis to the Lord.
    3530And Moises seide to the sones of Israel, Lo! the Lord hath clepid Beseleel bi name, the sone of Hury, sone of Hur, of the lynage of Juda;
    3531and the Lord hath fillid hym with the spirit of God, of wisdom, and of vndurstondyng, and of kunnyng, and with al doctryn,
    3532to fynde out and to make werk in gold, and siluer, and bras, and in stoonys to be grauun,
    3533and in werk of carpentrie; what euer thing may be foundun craftili, the Lord yaf in his herte; and the Lord clepide Ooliab, the sone of Achymasech, of the lynage of Dan; the Lord tauyte bothe 'with wisdom, that thei make the werkis of carpenter, of steynour, and of broiderere, of iacynt, and purpur, and of 'reed selk, and of bijs, and that thei make alle thingis, and fynde alle newe thingis.
    3601Therfor Beseleel, and Ooliab, and ech wijs man, to whiche the Lord yaf wisdom and vndurstondyng, that thei kouden worche crafteli, maden thingis that weren nedeful in to vsis of seyntuarie, and whiche the Lord comaundide to be maad.
    3602And whanne Moises hadde clepid hem, and ech lerned man, to whom the Lord hadde youe wisdom and kunnyng, and whiche profriden hem bi her wille to make werk,
    3603he bitook to hem alle the yiftis of the sones of Israel. And whanne thei weren bisi in the werk ech dai, the puple offride auowis eerli.
    3604Wherfor the werkmen weren compellid to come,
    3605and thei seiden to Moises, The puple offrith more than is nedeful.
    3606Therfor Moises comaundide to be cried bi the vois of a criere, Nether man nether womman offre more ony thing in the werk of seyntuarie; and so it was ceessid fro yiftis to be offrid, for the thingis offrid sufficiden,
    3607and weren ouer abundant.
    3608And alle wise men in herte to fille the werk of the tabernacle maden ten curteyns of bijs foldid ayen, and of iacynct, and purpur, and of reed selk twies died, bi dyuerse werk, and bi the craft of many colouris.
    3609Of whiche curteyns oon hadde in lengthe eiyte and twenti cubitis, and foure cubitis in breede; o mesure was of alle curteyns.
    3610And he ioynede fyue curteyns oon to anothir, and he couplide othere fyue to hem silf to gidere;
    3611and he made handlis of iacynt in the hemme of o curteyn on euer either side,
    3612and in lijk maner in the hemme of the tother curteyn, that the handlis schulen comen to gidere ayens hem silf, and schulen be ioyned togider;
    3613wherfor he yettide also fifti goldun serclis, that schulen 'bite the handlis of curteyns; and o tabernacle was maad.
    3614'He made also enleuene saies of the heeris of geet, to hile the roof of the tabernacle;
    3615o saie hadde thretti cubitis in lengthe, foure cubitis in breede; alle the saies weren of o mesure;
    3616of whiche saies he ioynede fyue bi hem silf, and sixe othere bi hem silf.
    3617And he made fifti handlis in the hemme of o say, and fifti in the hemme of the tother say, that tho schulden be ioyned to hem silf to gidere; and he made fifti bokelis of bras bi whiche
    3618the roof was fastned to gidere, that oon hilyng were maad of alle the saies.
    3619He made also an hilyng of the tabernacle of the skynnes of rammes maad reed, and another veil aboue of skynnes of iacynt.
    3620He made also stondynge tablis of the tabernacle of the trees of Sechym;
    3621the lengthe of o table was of ten cubitis, and the breede helde o cubit and an half.
    3622Twey dentyngis weren bi ech table, that the oon schulde be ioyned to the tother; so he made in al the tablis of the tabernacle.
    3623Of whiche tablis twenti weren at the mydday coost ayens the south,
    3624with fourti foundementis of siluer; twey foundementis weren set vndur o table on euer either side of the corneris, where the dentyngis of the sidis weren endid in the corneris.
    3625And at the coost of the tabernacle that biholdith to the north he made twenti tablis,
    3626with fourti foundementis of siluer, twei foundementis bi ech table.
    3627Forsothe ayens the west he made sixe tablis,
    3628and tweyne othere tablis bi ech corner of the tabernacle bihinde,
    3629whiche weren ioyned fro bynethe til to aboue, and weren borun in to o ioynyng to gidere; so he made on euer either part bi the corneris,
    3630that tho weren eiyte tablis to gidere, and hadden sixtene foundementis of siluer, that is, twei foundementis vndur ech table.
    3631He made also barris of the trees of Sechym, fyue barris to holde to gidere the tablis of o side of the tabernacle,
    3632and fyue othere barris to schappe to gidere the tablis of the tother side; and without these, he made fyue othere barris at the west coost of the tabernacle ayens the see.
    3633He made also another barre, that schulde come bi the myddil tables fro corner til to corner.
    3634Forsothe he ouergildide tho wallis of tablis, and yetide the siluerne foundementis 'of tho, and he made the goldun serclis 'of tho, bi whiche the barris myyten be brouyt in, and be hilide the same barris with goldun platis.
    3635He made also a veil dyuerse and departid, of iacynt, and purpur, and reed selk, and bijs foldid ayen bi werk of broiderie.
    3636He made also foure pileris of 'the trees of Sechym, whyche pileris with the heedis he ouergildide, and yetide the siluerne foundementis 'of tho.
    3637He made also in the entryng of the tabernacle a tent of iacynt, and purpur, and reed selk 'and bijs foldid ayen bi the werk of a broydreie.
    3638And he made fyue pileris with her heedis, whiche he hilide with gold, and he yetide the brasun foundementis 'of tho, whiche he hilide with gold.
    3701Forsothe Beseleel made also an arke of the trees of Sechym, hauynge twey cubitis and an half in lengthe, and a cubit and an half in breede; forsothe the hiynesse was of o cubit and an half; and he clothide the arke with purest gold, with ynne and without forth.
    3702And he made to it a goldun coroun 'bi cumpas,
    3703and yetide foure goldun ryngis, bi foure corneris therof, twey ryngis in o side, and twei ryngis in the tother side.
    3704And he made barris of the trees of Sechym, whiche barris he clothide with gold,
    3705and whiche barris he putte into the ryngis that weren in the sidis of the arke, to bere it.
    3706He made also a propiciatorie, that is, Goddis answeryng place, of pureste gold, of twei cubitis and an half in lengthe, and of o cubit and an half in breede.
    3707Also he made twei cherubyns of gold, betun out with hamer, whiche he settide on euer eithir side of the propiciatorie,
    3708o cherub in the hiynesse of o part, and the tother cherub in the hiynesse of the tothir part; twei cherubyns, oon in ech hiynesse of the propiciatorie, stretchynge out the wengis,
    3709and hilynge the propiciatorie, and biholdynge hem silf togidere and that.
    3710He made also a boord of 'the trees of Sechym, in the lengthe of twey cubitis, and in the breede of o cubit, whiche boord hadde 'a cubit and an half in heiythe.
    3711And he cumpaside the boord with clenneste gold, and made to it a goldun brynke bi cumpas;
    3712and he made to that brynke a goldun coroun, rasid bitwixe of foure fyngris; and on the same coroun he made anothir goldun coroun.
    3713Also he yetide foure goldun serclis whiche he settide in foure corneris,
    3714bi alle the feet of the boord ayens the coroun, and he puttide barris in to the serclis, that the 'boord may be borun.
    3715And he made tho barris of the trees of Sechym, and cumpasside tho with gold.
    3716And he made vesselis to dyuerse vsis of the boord, vessels of vynegre, violis, and litle cuppis, and censeris of pure gold, in whiche the fletynge sacrifices schulen be offrid.
    3717And he made a candilstike, betun out with hamer, of clenneste gold, of whos barre yerdis, cuppis, and litle rundelis and lilies camen forth;
    3718sixe in euer eithir side, thre yerdis on o side, and thre on the tother side; thre cuppis in the maner of a note bi ech yerde, and litle rundels to gidere, and lilies;
    3719and thre cuppis at the licnesse of a note in the tother yerde, and litle rundels to gidere, and lilies; forsothe the werk of sixe schaftis, that camen forth of the 'stok of the candilstike, was euene.
    3720Sotheli in that barre weren foure cuppis, in the maner of a note, and litle rundels and lilies weren bi alle cuppis;
    3721and litle rundels vndur twei schaftis, bi thre placis, whiche to gidre be maad sixe schaftis comynge forth of o barre;
    3722therfor and the litle rundels, and schaftis therof, weren alle betun out with hamer, of pureste gold.
    3723He made also seuene lanternes, with her 'snytyng tongis, and the vessels where 'tho thingis, that ben snytid out, ben quenchid, of clennest gold.
    3724The candilstike with alle his vessels weiyede a talent of gold.
    3725He made also the auter of encense, of trees of Sechym, hauynge a cubit bi square, and twei cubitis in heiythe, of whos corneris camen forth hornes.
    3726And he clothide it with clenneste gold, and the gridele, and wallis, and hornes;
    3727and he made to it a litil goldun coroun bi cumpas, and twei goldun ryngis vndur the coroun, bi ech syde, that barris be put in to tho, and the auter mow be borun.
    3728Forsothe he made tho barris of the trees of Sechym, and hilide with goldun platis.
    3729He made also oile to the oynement of halewyng, and encense of swete smellynge spiceries, moost clene, bi the werk of 'a makere of oynement.
    3801He made also the auter of brent sacrifice of the trees of Sechym, of fyue cubitis bi square, and of thre cubitis in heiythe;
    3802whose hornes camen forth of the corneris, and he hilide it with platis of bras.
    3803And in to vsis therof he made redi of bras dyuerse vessels, caudruns, tongis, fleischhokis, hokis, and 'resseittis of firis.
    3804He made also the brasun gridile therof, 'bi the maner of a net, and a 'panne for colis vndur it, in the myddis of the auter.
    3805And he yetide foure ryngis, by so many endis of the gridile, to putte in the barris to bere;
    3806and he made tho same barris of the trees of Sechym, and hilide with platis of bras.
    3807And ledde in to the serclis that stonden forth in the sidis of the auter. Forsothe thilke auter was not sad, but holowe of the bildyngis of tablis, and voide with ynne.
    3808He made also a 'greet waischyng vessel of bras, with his foundement, of the myrours of wymmen that wakiden in the 'greet street of the tabernacle.
    3809And he made the greet street, in whose south coost weren tentis of bijs foldid ayen, of an hundrid cubitis, twenti brasun pilers with her foundementis,
    3810the heedis of pilers, and al the grauyng of the werk, weren of siluer;
    3811euenli at the north coost the tentis, pilers, and foundementis and heedis of pilers, weren of the same mesure, and werk, and metal.
    3812Forsothe in that coost that biholdith the west weren tentis of fyfty cubitis, ten brasun pilers with her foundementis, and the 'heedis of pilers, and al the grauyng of werk, weren of siluer.
    3813Sotheli ayens the eest he made redi tentis of fifti cubitis,
    3814of whiche tentis o side helde fiftene cubitis of thre pilers with her foundementis; and in the tother side,
    3815for he made the entryng of the tabernacle bitwixe euer either, weren tentis euenli of fiftene cubitis, thre pilers, and so many foundementis.
    3816Bijs foldid ayen hilide alle the tentis of the greet street.
    3817The foundementis of pilers weren of bras; forsothe the heedis of tho pilers, with alle her grauyngis, weren of siluer; but also he clothide with siluer tho pilers of the greet street.
    3818And in the entryng therof he made a tente, bi 'werk of broiderie, of iacynt, purpur, vermyloun, and of bijs foldid ayen, which tente hadde twenti cubitis in lengthe, and the heiythe was of fyue cubitis, bi the mesure which alle the tentis of the greet street hadden.
    3819Forsothe the pylers in the entryng weren foure, with brasun foundementis, and the heedis of tho pilers and grauyngis weren of siluer;
    3820and he made brasun stakis of the tabernacle, and of the greet street, bi cumpas.
    3821These ben the instrumentis of the tabernacle of witnessyng, that ben noumbrid, bi the comaundement of Moises, in the cerymonyes of Leuytis, bi the hond of Ithamar, sone of Aaron, preest.
    3822Whiche instrumentis Beseleel, sone of Huri, sone of Hur, of the lynage of Juda, fillide; for the Lord comaundide bi Moises,
    3823while Ooliab, sone of Achysameth, of the lynage of Dan, was ioyned felowe to hym, and he hym silf was a noble crafti man of trees, and a tapesere and a broderere of iacynt, purpur, vermyloun and bijs.
    3824Al the gold that was spendid in the werk of seyntuarie, and that was offrid in yiftis, was of 'nyne and twenti talentis , and of seuene hundrid and thretti siclis, at the mesure of seyntuarie.
    3825Forsothe it was offrid of hem that passiden to noumbre fro twenti yeer and aboue, of sixe hundrid and thre thousand, and fyue hundrid and fifty of armed men.
    3826Ferthermore, an hundrid talentis of siluer weren, of whiche the foundementis of the seyntuarie weren yotun togidere, and of the entryng, where the veil hangith;
    3827an hundrid foundementis weren maad of an hundrid talentis, and for ech foundement was ordeyned o talent.
    3828Forsothe of a thousynde seuene hundrid and 'thre scoor and fiftene siclis he made the heedis of pilers , and he 'clothide tho same pilers with siluer.
    3829Also of bras weren offrid 'thre scoor and twelue thousynde talentis, and foure hundrid siclis ouer.
    3830Of whiche the foundementis in the entryng of the tabernacle of witnessyng weren yotun, and the brasun auter, with his gridele, and al the vessels that perteynen to the vss therof,
    3831and the foundementis of the greet street, as wel in the cumpas, as in the entryng therof, and the stakis of the tabernacle, and of the greet street bi cumpas.
    3901Forsothe of iacynt, and purpur, vermyloun, and bijs, he made clothis, in whiche Aaron was clothid, whanne he mynystride in hooli thingis, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3902Therfor he made the 'cloth on the schuldris of gold, iacynt, and purpur, and of reed selk twies died,
    3903and of bijs foldid ayen, bi werk of broiderie; also he kittide thinne goldun platis, and made thinne in to threedis, that tho moun be foldid ayen, with the warp of the formere colouris;
    3904and he made tweyne hemmes couplid to hem silf to gidere, in euer either side of the endis; and 'he made a girdil of the same colouris,
    3905as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3906And he made redi twei 'stonys of onychyn, boundun and closid in gold, and grauun bi the craft of worchere in iemmys, with the names of the sones of Israel; sixe names in o stoon, and sixe in the tother stoon, bi the ordre of her birthe.
    3907And he settide tho stoonus in the sidis of the 'clooth on the schuldris, in to a memorial of the sones of Israel, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3908He made also the racional, 'by werk of broiderie, bi the werk of the 'cloth on the schuldris, of gold, iacynt, purpur, and reed selk twies died, and of biis foldid ayen; he made the racional foure cornerid,
    3909double, of the mesure of foure fyngris.
    3910And settide thereynne foure ordris of iemmes; in the firste ordre was sardius, topazius, smaragdus; in the secounde was carbuncle,
    3911safir, iaspis;
    3912in the thridde ordre was ligurie, achates, ametiste;
    3913in the fourthe ordre was crisolite, onochyn, and berille, cumpassid and enclosid with gold, bi her ordris.
    3914And tho twelue stonys weren grauyn with twelue names, of the lynage of Israel, alle stonys bi hem silf, bi the names of alle lynagis bi hem silf.
    3915Thei maden also in the racional litle chaynes, cleuynge to hem silf togidre,
    3916of pureste gold, and tweyne hokys, and so many ryngis of gold. Forsothe thei settiden the ryngis on euer either side of the racional,
    3917of whiche ryngis twei goldun chaynes hangiden, whiche thei settiden in the hokis, that stonden forth in the corneris of the 'cloth on the schuldris.
    3918These acordiden so to hem silf, bothe bifore and bihynde, that the 'cloth on the schuldris, and the racional,
    3919weren knyt togidere, fastned to the girdil, and couplid ful strongli with ryngis, whiche ryngis a lace of iacynt ioynede togidere, lest tho weren loose, and 'fletiden doun, and weren moued ech from other, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3920Thei maden also 'a coote on the schuldris, al of iacynt;
    3921and the hood in the hiyere part, aboute the myddis, and a wouun hemme, bi the cumpas of the hood;
    3922forsothe bynethe at the feet piyn applis of iacynt, and purpur, and vermyloun, and biys foldid ayen;
    3923and litle bellis of pureste gold, whiche thei settiden bitwixe pum garnadis, in the 'lowest part of the coote, bi cumpas;
    3924a goldun litle belle, and a piyn apple; with whiche the bischop yede ourned, whanne he 'was set in seruyce, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3925Thei maden also cootis of bijs, bi wouun werk, to Aaron and to hise sones,
    3926and mytres with smale corouns of biys,
    3927and lynnun clothis of bijs;
    3928forsothe a girdil of bijs foldid ayen, of iacynt, purpur, and vermyloun, departid bi craft of broyderie, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3929Thei maden also a plate of hooli worschipyng, of pureste gold, and thei writeden therynne bi werk of a worchere in iemmes, The hooli of the Lord.
    3930And thei bounden it with the mytre bi a lace of iacynt, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3931Therfor al the werk of the tabernacle, and the hilyng of the witnessyng, was parformed; and the sones of Israel diden alle thingis whiche the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    3932And thei offeriden the tabernacle, and the roof, and al the purtenaunce, ryngis, tablis, barris, pileris, and foundementis;
    3933the hilyng of 'skynnes of rammes, maad reed, and another hilyng of skynnys of iacynt;
    3934the veil, the arke, barris, propiciatorie;
    3935the boord with vessels, and with the looues of settyng forth;
    3936the candilstike, lanternes, and the purtenauncis of tho, with oile;
    3937the goldun auter, and oynement, and encense of swete smellynge spiceries;
    3938and the tente in the entryng of the tabernacle;
    3939the brasun auter, gridile, barris, and alle vessels therof; the 'greet waischyng vessel, with his foundement; the tentis of the greet street, and the pilers with her foundementis;
    3940the tente in the entring of the greet street, and the coordis, and stakis therof. No thing of the vessels failide, that weren comaundid to be maad in to the seruyce of the tabernacle, and in to the roof of the boond of pees.
    3941Also the sones of Israel offriden the clothis whiche the prestis, that is, Aaron and hise sones, vsen in the seyntuarie,
    3942as the Lord comaundide.
    3943And aftir that Moises siy alle tho thingis fillid, he blesside hem.
    4001And the Lord spak to Moises, 'and seide,
    4002In the firste monethe, in the firste dai of the monethe, thou schalt reise the tabernacle of witnessyng.
    4003And thou schalt sette the arke therynne, and thou schalt leeue a veil bifore it.
    4004And whanne the bord is borun yn, thou schalt sette ther onne tho thingis, that ben comaundid iustli. The candilstike schal stonde with hise lanternes,
    4005and the goldun auter, where ynne encense is brent bifor the arke of witnessyng. Thou schalt sette a tente in the entryng of the tabernacle;
    4006and bifor it the auter of brent sacrifice,
    4007the 'waischyng vessel bitwixe the auter and the tabernacle, which 'waischyng vessel thou schalt fille with water.
    4008And thou schalt cumpas the greet street, and the entryng ther of with tentis.
    4009And whanne thou hast take oyle of anoyntyng, thou schalt anoynte the tabernacle, with hise vessels, that tho be halewid;
    4010the auter of brent sacrifice, and alle vessels ther of; the 'waischyng vessel,
    4011with his foundement. Thou schalt anoynte alle thingis with the oile of anoyntyng, that tho be hooli of hooli thingis.
    4012And thou schalt present Aaron and hise sones to the dore of the tabernacle of witnessyng;
    4013and, whanne thei ben 'waischid in water, thou schalt clothe hem with hooli clothis, that thei mynystre to me, and that the anoyntyng of hem profite in to euerlastynge preesthod.
    4014And Moises dide alle thingis whiche the Lord comaundide.
    4015Therfor in the firste monethe of the secunde yeer, in the firste dai of the monethe, the tabernacle was set.
    4016And Moises reiside it, and settide the tablis, and foundementis, and barris, and he ordeynede pilers;
    4017and 'spredde abrood the roof on the tabernacle, and puttide an hilyng aboue, as the Lord comaundide.
    4018He puttide also the witnessyng in the arke, and he settide barris with ynne, and Goddis answeryng place aboue.
    4019And whanne he hadde brouyt the arke in to the tabernacle, he hangide a veil bifor it, that he schulde fille the comaundement of the Lord.
    4020He settide also the boord in the tabernacle of witnessyng, at the north coost, without the veil,
    4021and he ordeynede the looues of settyng forth bifore, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    4022He settide also the candilstike in the tabernacle of witnessyng, euene ayens the boord,
    4023in the south side, and settide lanternes bi ordre, bi the comaundement of the Lord.
    4024He puttide also the goldun auter vndur the roof of witnessyng,
    4025ayens the veil, and he brente theronne encense of swete smellynge spiceries, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    4026He settide also a tente in the entryng of the tabernacle,
    4027and the auter of brent sacrifice in the porche of the witnessyng, and he offride therynne brent sacrifice, and sacrifices, as the Lord comaundide.
    4030Also he ordeynede the 'waischyng vessel, bitwixe the tabernacle of witnessyng and the auter, and fillide it with watir.
    4031And Moises, and Aaron, and his sones, waischiden her hondis and feet,
    4032whanne thei entriden into the roof of boond of pees, and neiyeden to the auter, as the Lord comaundide to Moises.
    4033He reiside also the greet street, bi the cumpas of the tabernacle and of the auter, and settyde a tente in the entryng therof. Aftir that alle thingis weren perfitli maad,
    4034a cloude hilide the tabernacle of witnessyng, and the glorie of the Lord fillide it;
    4035nether Moyses myyte entre in to the tabernacle of the boond of pees, while the cloude hilide alle thingis, and the maieste of the Lord schynede, for the cloude hilide alle thingis.
    4036If ony tyme the cloude lefte the tabernacle, the sones of Israel yeden forth bi her cumpanyes;
    4037if the cloude hangide aboue, thei dwelliden in the same place;
    4038for the cloude of the Lord restide on the tabernacle bi dai, and fier in the nyyt, in the siyt of the puplis of Israel, bi alle her dwellyngis.