1 In the end of years died Saul king of Edom, and Baal Chanan the son of Achbor ruled in his place.
2 In the 16th year of the rule of Moses over Cush, Baal Chanan the son of Achbor ruled in the land of Edom over all the children of Edom for 38 years.
3 In his days Moab rebelled against the power of Edom, having been under Edom since the days of Hadad the son of Bedad, who struck them down and Midian, and brought Moab under subjection to Edom.
4 And when Baal Chanan the son of Achbor ruled over Edom, all the children of Moab withdrew their allegiance from Edom.
5 And Angeas king of Africa died in those days, and Azdrubal his son ruled in his place.
6 And in those days died Janeas king of the children of Chittim, and they buried him in his temple which he had built for himself in the plain of Canopia for a residence, and Latinus ruled in his place.
7 In the 22nd year of the rule of Moses over the children of Cush, Latinus ruled over the children of Chittim 45 years.
8 And he also built for himself a great and mighty tower, and he built therein an elegant temple for his residence, to conduct his government, as was the custom.
9 In the third year of his rule he caused a proclamation to be made to all his skillful men, who made many ships for him.
10 And Latinus assembled all his forces, and they came in ships, and went therein to fight with Azdrubal son of Angeas king of Africa, and they came to Africa and engaged in battle with Azdrubal and his army.
11 And Latinus prevailed over Azdrubal, and Latinus took from Azdrubal the aqueduct which his father had brought from the children of Chittim, when he took Janiah the daughter of Uzi for a wife, so Latinus overthrew the bridge of the aqueduct, and struck the whole army of Azdrubal a severe blow.
12 And the remaining strong men of Azdrubal strengthened themselves, and their hearts were filled with envy, and they courted death, and again engaged in battle with Latinus king of Chittim.
13 And the battle was severe upon all the men of Africa, and they all fell wounded before Latinus and his people, and Azdrubal the king also fell in that battle.
14 And the king Azdrubal had a very beautiful daughter, whose name was Ushpezena, and all the men of Africa embroidered her likeness on their garments, on account of her great beauty and comely appearance.
15 And the men of Latinus saw Ushpezena, the daughter of Azdrubal, and praised her unto Latinus their king.
16 And Latinus ordered her to be brought to him, and Latinus took Ushpezena for a wife, and he turned back on his way to Chittim.
17 And it was after the death of Azdrubal son of Angeas, when Latinus had turned back to his land from the battle, that all the inhabitants of Africa rose up and took Anibal the son of Angeas, the younger brother of Azdrubal, and made him king instead at his brother over the whole land at Africa.
18 And when he ruled, he resolved to go to Chittim to fight with the children of Chittim, to avenge the cause of Azdrubal his brother, and the cause of the inhabitants of Africa, and he did so.
19 And he made many ships, and he came therein with his whole army, and he went to Chittim.
20 So Anibal fought with the children of Chittim, and the children of Chittim fell wounded before Anibal and his army, and Anibal avenged his brother's cause.
21 And Anibal continued the war for 18 years with the children of Chittim, and Anibal dwelt in the land of Chittim and encamped there for a long time.
22 And Anibal struck the children of Chittim very severely, and he killed their great men and princes, and of the rest of the people he struck about 80,000 men.
23 And at the end of days and years, Anibal returned to his land of Africa, and he ruled securely in the place of Azdrubal his brother.
1 At that time, in 180th year of the Israelites going down into Egypt, there went forth from Egypt valiant men, 30,000 on foot, from the children of Israel, who were all of the tribe of Joseph, of the children of Ephraim the son of Joseph.
2 For they said the period was completed which Yahuwah had appointed to the children of Israel in the times of old, which he had spoken to Abraham.
3 And these men girded themselves, and they put each man his sword at his side, and every man his armor upon him, and they trusted to their strength, and they went out together from Egypt with a mighty hand.
4 But they brought no provision for the road, only silver and gold, not even bread for that day did they bring in their hands, for they thought of getting their provision for pay from the Philistines, and if not they would take it by force.
5 And these men were very mighty and valiant men, 1 man could pursue 1,000, and 2 could rout 10,000, so they trusted to their strength and went together as they were.
6 And they directed their course toward the land of Gath, and they went down and found the shepherds of Gath feeding the cattle of the children of Gath.
7 And they said to the shepherds, Give us some of the sheep for pay, that we may eat, for we are hungry, for we have eaten no bread this day.
8 And the shepherds said, Are they our sheep or cattle that we should give them to you even for pay? So the children of Ephraim approached to take them by force.
9 And the shepherds of Gath shouted over them that their cry was heard at a distance, so all the children of Gath went out to them.
10 And when the children of Gath saw the evil doings of the children of Ephraim, they returned and assembled the men of Gath, and they put on each man his armor, and came forth to the children of Ephraim for battle.
11 And they engaged with them in the valley of Gath, and the battle was severe, and they struck from each other a great many on that day.
12 And on the second day the children of Gath sent to all the cities of the Philistines that they should come to their help, saying,
13 Come up unto us and help us, that we may smite the children of Ephraim who have come forth from Egypt to take our cattle, and to fight against us without cause.
14 Now the souls of the children of Ephraim were exhausted with hunger and thirst, for they had eaten no bread for 3 days. And 40,000 men went forth from the cities of the Philistines to the assistance of the men of Gath.
15 And these men were engaged in battle with the children of Ephraim, and Yahuwah delivered the children of Ephraim into the hands of the Philistines.
16 And they struck all the children of Ephraim, all who had gone forth from Egypt, none were remaining but 10 men who had run away from the engagement.
17 For this evil was from Yahuwah against the children of Ephraim, for they transgressed the word of Yahuwah in going forth from Egypt, before the period had arrived which Yahuwah in the days of old had appointed to Israel.
18 And of the Philistines also there fell a great many, about 20,000 men, and their brethren carried them and buried them in their cities.
19 And the slain of the children of Ephraim remained forsaken in the valley of Gath for many days and years, and were not brought to burial, and the valley was filled with men's bones.
20 And the men who had escaped from the battle came to Egypt, and told all the children of Israel all that had befallen them.
21 And their father Ephraim mourned over them for many days, and his brethren came to console him.
22 And he came unto his wife and she bare a son, and he called his name Beriah, for she was unfortunate in his house.
1 And Moses the son of Amram was still king in the land of Cush in those days, and he prospered in his kingdom, and he conducted the government of the children of Cush in justice, in righteousness, and integrity.
2 And all the children of Cush loved Moses all the days that he ruled over them, and all the inhabitants of the land of Cush were greatly afraid of him.
3 And in the fortieth year of the rule of Moses over Cush, Moses was sitting on the royal throne while Adoniah the queen was before him, and all the nobles were sitting around him.
4 And Adoniah the queen said before the king and the princes, What is this thing which you, the children of Cush, have done for this long time?
5 Surely you know that for 40 years that this man has ruled over Cush he has not approached me, nor has he served the elohim of the children of Cush.
6 Now therefore hear, oh ye children of Cush, and let this man no more rule over you as he is not of our flesh.
7 Look, Menacrus my son is grown up, let him rule over you, for it is better for you to serve the son of your lord, than to serve a stranger, slave of the king of Egypt.
8 And all the people and nobles of the children of Cush heard the words which Adoniah the queen had spoken in their ears.
9 And all the people were preparing until the evening, and in the morning they rose up early and made Menacrus, son of Kikianus, king over them.
10 And all the children of Cush were afraid to stretch forth their hand against Moses, for Yahuwah was with Moses, and the children of Cush remembered the oath which they swore unto Moses, therefore they did no harm to him.
11 But the children of Cush gave many presents to Moses, and sent him from them with great honor.
12 So Moses went forth from the land of Cush, and went home and ceased to rule over Cush, and Moses was 66 old when he went out of the land of Cush, for the thing was from Yahuwah, for the period had arrived which he had appointed in the days of old, to bring forth Israel from the affliction of the children of Ham.
13 So Moses went to Midian, for he was afraid to return to Egypt on account of Pharaoh, and he went and sat at a well of water in Midian.
14 And the 7 daughters of Reuel the Midianite went out to feed their father's flock.
15 And they came to the well and drew water to water their father's flock.
16 So the shepherds of Midian came and drove them away, and Moses rose up and helped them and watered the flock.
17 And they came home to their father Reuel, and told him what Moses did for them.
18 And they said, An Egyptian man has delivered us from the hands of the shepherds, he drew up water for us and watered the flock.
19 And Reuel said to his daughters, And where is he? Wherefore have you left the man?
20 And Reuel sent for him and fetched him and brought him home, and he ate bread with him.
21 And Moses related to Reuel that he had fled from Egypt and that he ruled 40 years over Cush, and that they afterward had taken the government from him, and had sent him away in peace with honor and with presents.
22 And when Reuel had heard the words of Moses, Reuel said within himself, I will put this man into the prison house, whereby I will conciliate the children of Cush, for he has fled from them.
23 And they took and put him into the prison house, and Moses was in prison 10 years, and while Moses was in the prison house, Zipporah the daughter of Reuel took pity over him, and supported him with bread and water all the time.
24 And all the children of Israel were yet in the land of Egypt serving the Egyptians in all manner of hard work, and the hand of Egypt continued in severity over the children of Israel in those days.
25 At that time Yahuwah struck Pharaoh king of Egypt, and he afflicted with the plague of leprosy from the sole of his foot to the crown of his head; owing to the cruel treatment of the children of Israel was this plague at that time from Yahuwah upon Pharaoh king of Egypt.
26 For Yahuwah had listened to the prayer of his people the children of Israel, and their cry reached him on account of their hard work.
27 Still his anger did not turn from them, and the hand of Pharaoh was still stretched out against the children of Israel, and Pharaoh hardened his neck before Yahuwah, and he increased his yoke over the children of Israel, and embittered their lives with all manner of hard work.
28 And when Yahuwah had inflicted the plague upon Pharaoh king of Egypt, he asked his wise men and sorcerers to cure him.
29 And his wise men and sorcerers said unto him, That if the blood of little children were put into the wounds he would be healed.
30 And Pharaoh listened to them, and sent his ministers to Goshen to the children of Israel to take their little children.
31 And Pharaoh's ministers went and took the infants of the children of Israel from the bosoms of their mothers by force, and they brought them to Pharaoh daily, a child each day, and the physicians killed them and applied them to the plague; thus did they all the days.
32 And the number of the children which Pharaoh killed was 375.
33 But Yahuwah listened not to the physicians of the king of Egypt, and the plague went on increasing mightily.
34 And Pharaoh was 10 years afflicted with that plague, still the heart of Pharaoh was more hardened against the children of Israel.
35 And at the end of 10 years Yahuwah continued to afflict Pharaoh with destructive plagues.
36 And Yahuwah struck him with a bad tumor and sickness at the stomach, and that plague turned to a severe boil.
37 At that time the 2 ministers of Pharaoh came from the land of Goshen where all the children of Israel were, and went to the house of Pharaoh and said to him, We have seen the children of Israel slacken in their work and negligent in their labor.
38 And when Pharaoh heard the words of his ministers, his anger was kindled against the children of Israel exceedingly, for he was greatly grieved at his bodily pain.
39 And he answered and said, Now that the children of Israel know that I am ill, they turn and scoff at us, now therefore harness my chariot for me, and I will betake myself to Goshen and will see the scoff of the children of Israel with which they are deriding me; so his servants harnessed the chariot for him.
40 And they took and made him ride upon a horse, for he was not able to ride of himself;
41 And he took with him 10 horsemen and 10 footmen, and went to the children of Israel to Goshen.
42 And when they had come to the border of Egypt, the king's horse passed into a narrow place, elevated in the hollow part of the vineyard, fenced on both sides, the low, plain country being on the other side.
43 And the horses ran rapidly in that place and pressed each other, and the other horses pressed the king's horse.
44 And the king's horse fell into the low plain while the king was riding upon it, and when he fell the chariot turned over the king's face and the horse lay upon the king, and the king cried out, for his flesh was very sore.
45 And the flesh of the king was torn from him, and his bones were broken and he could not ride, for this thing was from Yahuwah to him, for Yahuwah had heard the cries of his people the children of Israel and their affliction.
46 And his servants carried him upon their shoulders, a little at a time, and they brought him back to Egypt, and the horsemen who were with him came also back to Egypt.
47 And they placed him in his bed, and the king knew that his end was come to die, so Aparanith the queen his wife came and cried before the king, and the king wept a great weeping with her.
48 And all his nobles and servants came on that day and saw the king in that affliction, and wept a great weeping with him.
49 And the princes of the king and all his counselors advised the king to cause one to rule in his place in the land, whomever he should choose from his sons.
50 And the king had 3 sons and 2 daughters which Aparanith the queen his wife had borne to him, besides the king's children of concubines.
51 And these were their names, the firstborn Othri, the second Adikam, and the third Morion, and their sisters, the name of the elder Bathia and of the other Acuzi.
52 And Othri the first born of the king was an idiot, precipitate and hurried in his words.
53 But Adikam was a cunning and wise man and knowing in all the wisdom of Egypt, but of unseemly aspect, thick in flesh, and very short in stature; his height was 1 cubit.
54 And when the king saw Adikam his son intelligent and wise in all things, the king resolved that he should be king in his place after his death.
55 And he took for him a wife Gedudah daughter of Abilot, and he was 10 years old, and she gave birthed four sons to him.
56 And he afterward went and took 3 wives and brought forth eight sons and 3 daughters.
57 And the disorder greatly prevailed over the king, and his flesh stank like the flesh of a carcass cast upon the field in summer time, during the heat of the sun.
58 And when the king saw that his sickness had greatly strengthened itself over him, he ordered his son Adikam to be brought to him, and they made him king over the land in his place.
59 And at the end of 3 years, the king died, in shame, disgrace, and disgust, and his servants carried him and buried him in the sepulcher of the kings of Egypt in Zoan Mizraim.
60 But they embalmed him not as was usual with kings, for his flesh was putrid, and they could not approach to embalm him on account of the stench, so they buried him in haste.
61 For this evil was from Yahuwah to him, for Yahuwah had requited him evil for the evil which in his days he had done to Israel.
62 And he died with terror and with shame, and his son Adikam ruled in his place.
1 Adikam was 20 years old when he ruled over Egypt, he ruled four years.
2 In the 206th year of Israel's going down to Egypt did Adikam rule over Egypt, but he continued not so long in his rule over Egypt as his fathers had continued their reigns.
3 For Melol his father ruled 94 years in Egypt, but he was 10 years sick and died, for he had been wicked before Yahuwah.
4 And all the Egyptians called the name of Adikam Pharaoh like the name of his fathers, as was their custom to do in Egypt.
5 And all the wise men of Pharaoh called the name of Adikam Ahuz, for short is called Ahuz in the Egyptian language.
6 And Adikam was exceedingly ugly, and he was a cubit and a span and he had a great beard which reached to the soles of his feet.
7 And Pharaoh sat upon his father's throne to rule over Egypt, and he conducted the government of Egypt in his wisdom.
8 And while he ruled he exceeded his father and all the preceding kings in wickedness, and he increased his yoke over the children of Israel.
9 And he went with his servants to Goshen to the children of Israel, and he strengthened the labor over them and he said unto them, Complete your work, each day's task, and let not your hands slacken from our work from this day forward as you did in the days of my father.
10 And he placed officers over them from amongst the children of Israel, and over these officers he placed taskmasters from amongst his servants.
11 And he placed over them a measure of bricks for them to do according to that number, day by day, and he turned back and went to Egypt.
12 At that time the task-masters of Pharaoh ordered the officers of the children of Israel according to the command of Pharaoh, saying,
13 Thus says Pharaoh, Do your work each day, and finish your task, and observe the daily measure of bricks; diminish not anything.
14 And it will come to pass that if you are deficient in your daily bricks, I will put your young children in their stead.
15 And the task-masters of Egypt did so in those days as Pharaoh had ordered them.
16 And whenever any deficiency was found in the children of Israel's measure of their daily bricks, the task-masters of Pharaoh would go to the wives of the children of Israel and take infants of the children of Israel to the number of bricks deficient, they would take them by force from their mother's laps, and put them in the building instead of the bricks;
17 Whilst their fathers and mothers were crying over them and weeping when they heard the weeping voices of their infants in the wall of the building.
18 And the task-masters prevailed over Israel, that the Israelites should place their children in the building, so that a man placed his son in the wall and put mortar over him, while his eyes wept over him, and his tears ran down upon his child.
19 And the task-masters of Egypt did so to the babes of Israel for many days, and no one pitied or had compassion over the babes of the children of Israel.
20 And the number of all the children killed in the building was 270, some whom they had built upon instead of the bricks which had been left deficient by their fathers, and some whom they had drawn out dead from the building.
21 And the labor imposed upon the children of Israel in the days of Adikam exceeded in hardship that which they performed in the days of his father.
22 And the children of Israel sighed every day on account of their heavy work, for they had said to themselves, Look, when Pharaoh will die, his son will rise up and lighten our work!
23 But they increased the latter work more than the former, and the children of Israel sighed at this and their cry ascended to the unified elohim on account of their labor.
24 And the unified elohim heard the voice of the children of Israel and their cry, in those days, and the unified elohim remembered to them his covenant which he had made with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
25 And the unified elohim saw the burden of the children of Israel, and their heavy work in those days, and he determined to deliver them.
26 And Moses the son of Amram was still confined in the dungeon in those days, in the house of Reuel the Midianite, and Zipporah the daughter of Reuel did support him with food secretly day by day.
27 And Moses was confined in the dungeon in the house of Reuel for 10 years.
28 And at the end of 10 years which was the first year of the rule of Pharaoh over Egypt, in the place of his father,
29 Zipporah said to her father Reuel, No person inquires or seeks after the Hebrew man, whom you did bind in prison now 10 years.
30 Now therefore, if it seem good in your sight, let us send and see whether he is living or dead, but her father knew not that she had supported him.
31 And Reuel her father answered and said to her, Has ever such a thing happened that a man should be shut up in a prison without food for 10 years, and that he should live?
32 And Zipporah answered her father, saying, Surely you have heard that the unified elohim of the Hebrews is great and awful, and does wonders for them at all times.
33 He it was who delivered Abraham from Ur of the Chaldeans, and Isaac from the sword of his father, and Jacob from the angel of Yahuwah who wrestled with him at the ford of Jabbuk.
34 Also with this man has he done many things, he delivered him from the river in Egypt and from the sword of Pharaoh, and from the children of Cush, so also can he deliver him from famine and make him live.
35 And the thing seemed good in the sight of Reuel, and he did according to the word of his daughter, and sent to the dungeon to ascertain what became of Moses.
36 And he saw, and look, the man Moses was living in the dungeon, standing upon his feet, praising and praying to the unified elohim of his ancestors.
37 And Reuel commanded Moses to be brought out of the dungeon, so they shaved him and he changed his prison garments and ate bread.
38 And afterward Moses went into the garden of Reuel which was behind the house, and he there prayed to Yahuwah his elohim, who had done mighty wonders for him.
39 And it was that while he prayed he looked opposite to him, and look, a sapphire stick was placed in the ground, which was planted in the midst of the garden.
40 And he approached the stick and he looked, and look, the name of Yahuwah, the unified elohim of hosts was engraved on it, written and developed upon the stick.
41 And he read it and stretched forth his hand and he plucked it like a forest tree from the thicket, and the stick was in his hand.
42 And this is the stick with which all the works of our elohim were performed, after he had created heaven and earth, and all the host of them, seas, rivers and all their fishes.
43 And when the unified elohim had driven Adam from the garden of Ayden, he took the stick in his hand and went and tilled the ground from which he was taken.
44 And the stick came down to Noah and was given to Shem and his descendants, until it came into the hand of Abraham the Hebrew.
45 And when Abraham had given all he had to his son Isaac, he also gave to him this stick.
46 And when Jacob had fled to Padan-aram, he took it into his hand, and when he returned to his father he had not left it behind him.
47 Also when he went down to Egypt he took it into his hand and gave it to Joseph, 1 portion above his brethren, for Jacob had taken it by force from his brother Esau.
48 And after the death of Joseph, the nobles of Egypt came into the house of Joseph, and the stick came into the hand of Reuel the Midianite, and when he went out of Egypt, he took it in his hand and planted it in his garden.
49 And all the mighty men of the Kinites tried to pluck it when they endeavored to get Zipporah his daughter, but they were unsuccessful.
50 So that stick remained planted in the garden of Reuel, until he came who had a right to it and took it.
51 And when Reuel saw the stick in the hand of Moses, he wondered at it, and he gave him his daughter Zipporah for a wife.
1 At that time died Baal Channan son of Achbor, king of Edom, and was buried in his house in the land of Edom.
2 And after his death the children of Esau sent to the land of Edom, and took from there a man who was in Edom, whose name was Hadad, and they made him king over them in the place of Baal Channan, their king.
3 And Hadad ruled over the children of Edom 48 years.
4 And when he ruled he resolved to fight against the children of Moab, to bring them under the power of the children of Esau as they were before, but he was not able, because the children of Moab heard this thing, and they rose up and hurried to elect a king over them from amongst their brethren.
5 And they afterward gathered together a great people, and sent to the children of Ammon their brethren for help to fight against Hadad king of Edom.
6 And Hadad heard the thing which the children of Moab had done, and was greatly afraid of them, and refrained from fighting against them.
7 In those days Moses, the son of Amram, in Midian, took Zipporah, the daughter of Reuel the Midianite, for a wife.
8 And Zipporah walked in the ways of the daughters of Jacob, she was nothing short of the righteousness of Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel and Leah.
9 And Zipporah conceived and bare a son and he called his name Gershom, for he said, I was a stranger in a foreign land; but he circumcised not his foreskin, at the command of Reuel his father-in-law.
10 And she conceived again and bare a son, but circumcised his foreskin, and called his name Eliezer, for Moses said, Because the unified elohim of my fathers was my help, and delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh.
11 And Pharaoh king of Egypt greatly increased the labor of the children of Israel in those days, and continued to make his yoke heavier upon the children of Israel.
12 And he ordered a proclamation to be made in Egypt, saying, Give no more straw to the people to make bricks with, let them go and gather themselves straw as they can find it.
13 Also the tale of bricks which they will make let them give each day, and diminish nothing from them, for they are idle in their work.
14 And the children of Israel heard this, and they mourned and sighed, and they cried unto Yahuwah on account of the bitterness of their souls.
15 And Yahuwah heard the cries of the children of Israel, and saw the oppression with which the Egyptians oppressed them.
16 And Yahuwah was jealous of his people and his inheritance, and heard their voice, and he resolved to take them out of the affliction of Egypt, to give them the land of Canaan for a possession.
1 And in those days Moses was feeding the flock of Reuel the Midianite his father-in-law, beyond the wilderness of Sin, and the stick which he took from his father-in-law was in his hand.
2 And it came to pass, one day, that a kid of goats strayed from the flock, and Moses pursued it and it came to the mountain of the unified elohim to Horeb.
3 And when he came to Horeb, Yahuwah appeared there unto him in the bush, and he found the bush burning with fire, but the fire had no power over the bush to consume it.
4 And Moses was greatly astonished at this sight, wherefore the bush was not consumed, and he approached to see this mighty thing, and Yahuwah called unto Moses out of the fire and commanded him to go down to Egypt, to Pharaoh king of Egypt, to send the children of Israel from his service.
5 And Yahuwah said unto Moses, Go, return to Egypt, for all those men who sought your life are dead, and you will speak unto Pharaoh to send forth the children of Israel from his land.
6 And Yahuwah showed him to do signs and wonders in Egypt before the eyes of Pharaoh and the eyes of his subjects, in order that they might believe that Yahuwah had sent him.
7 And Moses listened to all that Yahuwah had commanded him, and he returned to his father-in-law and told him the thing, and Reuel said to him, Go in peace.
8 And Moses rose up to go to Egypt, and he took his wife and sons with him, and he was at an inn in the road, and an angel of the unified elohim came down, and sought an occasion against him.
9 And he wished to kill him on account of his first born son, because he had not circumcised him, and had transgressed the covenant which Yahuwah had made with Abraham.
10 For Moses had listened to the words of his father-in-law which he had spoken to him, not to circumcise his first born son, therefore he circumcised him not.
11 And Zipporah saw the angel of Yahuwah seeking an occasion against Moses, and she knew that this thing was owing to his not having circumcised her son Gershom.
12 And Zipporah hurried and took of the sharp rock stones that were there, and she circumcised her son, and delivered her husband and her son from the hand of the angel of Yahuwah.
13 And Aaron the son of Amram, the brother of Moses, was in Egypt walking at the river side on that day.
14 And Yahuwah appeared to him in that place, and he said to him, Go now toward Moses in the wilderness, and he went and met him in the mountain of the unified elohim, and he kissed him.
15 And Aaron lifted up his eyes, and saw Zipporah the wife of Moses and her children, and he said unto Moses, Who are these unto you?
16 And Moses said unto him, They are my wife and sons, which the unified elohim gave to me in Midian; and the thing grieved Aaron on account of the woman and her children.
17 And Aaron said to Moses, Send away the woman and her children that they may go to her father's house, and Moses listened to the words of Aaron, and did so.
18 And Zipporah returned with her children, and they went to the house of Reuel, and remained there until the time arrived when Yahuwah had visited his people, and brought them forth from Egypt from the hand at Pharaoh.
19 And Moses and Aaron came to Egypt to the community of the children of Israel, and they spoke to them all the words of Yahuwah, and the people rejoiced an exceeding great rejoicing.
20 And Moses and Aaron rose up early on the next day, and they went to the house of Pharaoh, and they took in their hands the stick of the unified elohim.
21 And when they came to the king's gate, 2 young lions were confined there with iron instruments, and no person went out or came in from before them, unless those whom the king ordered to come, when the conjurors came and withdrew the lions by their incantations, and this brought them to the king.
22 And Moses hurried and lifted up the stick upon the lions, and he loosed them, and Moses and Aaron came into the king's house.
23 The lions also came with them in joy, and they followed them and rejoiced as a dog rejoices over his master when he comes from the field.
24 And when Pharaoh saw this thing he was astonished at it, and he was greatly terrified at the report, for their appearance was like the appearance of the children of the unified elohim.
25 And Pharaoh said to Moses, What do you require? And they answered him, saying, Yahuwah, the unified elohim of the Hebrews has sent us to you, to say, Send forth my people that they may serve me.
26 And when Pharaoh heard their words he was greatly terrified before them, and he said to them, Go today and come back to me tomorrow, and they did according to the word of the king.
27 And when they had gone Pharaoh sent for Balaam the magician and to Jannes and Jambres his sons, and to all the magicians and conjurors and counselors which belonged to the king, and they all came and sat before the king.
28 And the king told them all the words which Moses and his brother Aaron had spoken to him, and the magicians said to the king, But how came the men to you, on account of the lions which were confined at the gate?
29 And the king said, Because they lifted up their rod against the lions and loosed them, and came to me, and the lions also rejoiced at them as a dog rejoices to meet his master.
30 And Balaam the son of Beor the magician answered the king, saying, These are none else than magicians like ourselves.
31 Now therefore send for them, and let them come and we will try them, and the king did so.
32 And in the morning Pharaoh sent for Moses and Aaron to come before the king, and they took the rod of the unified elohim, and came to the king and spoke to him, saying,
33 Thus said Yahuwah, the unified elohim of the Hebrews, Send my people that they may serve me.
34 And the king said to them, But who will believe you that you are the messengers of the unified elohim and that you come to me by his order?
35 Now therefore give a wonder or sign in this matter, and then the words which you speak will be believed.
36 And Aaron hurried and threw the rod out of his hand before Pharaoh and before his servants, and the rod turned into a serpent.
37 And the sorcerers saw this and they cast each man his rod upon the ground and they became serpents.
38 And the serpent of Aaron's rod lifted up its head and opened its mouth to swallow the rods of the magicians.
39 And Balaam the magician answered and said, This thing has been from the days of old, that a serpent should swallow its fellow, and that living things devour each other.
40 Now therefore restore it to a rod as it was at first, and we will also restore our rods as they were at first, and if your rod will swallow our rods, then will we know that the spirit of the unified elohim is in you, and if not, you are only an artificer like unto ourselves.
41 And Aaron hurried and stretched forth his hand and caught hold of the serpent's tail and it became a rod in his hand, and the sorcerers did the like with their rods, and they got hold, each man of the tail of his serpent, and they became rods as at first.
42 And when they were restored to rods, the rod of Aaron swallowed up their rods.
43 And when the king saw this thing, he ordered the book of records that related to the kings of Egypt, to be brought, and they brought the book of records, the chronicles of the kings of Egypt, in which all the idols of Egypt were inscribed, for they thought of finding therein the name of Jehovah, but they found it not.
44 And Pharaoh said to Moses and Aaron, Look, I have not found the name of your elohim written in this book, and his name I know not.
45 And the counselors and wise men answered the king, We have heard that the unified elohim of the Hebrews is a son of the wise, the son of ancient kings.
46 And Pharaoh turned to Moses and Aaron and said to them, I know not, Yahuwah, whom you have declared, neither will I send his people.
47 And they answered and said to the king, Yahuwah, the unified elohim of elohim is his name, and he proclaimed his name over us from the days of our ancestors, and sent us, saying, Go to Pharaoh and say unto him, Send my people that they may serve me.
48 Now therefore send us, that we may take a journey for 3 days in the wilderness, and there may sacrifice to him, for from the days of our going down to Egypt, he has not taken from our hands either burnt offering, oblation or sacrifice, and if you wilt not send us, his anger will be kindled against you, and he will smite Egypt either with the plague or with the sword.
49 And Pharaoh said to them, Tell me now his power and his might; and they said to him, He created the heaven and the earth, the seas and all their fishes, he formed the light, created the darkness, caused rain upon the earth and watered it, and made the herbage and grass to sprout, he created man and beast and the animals of the forest, the birds of the air and the fish of the sea, and by his mouth they live and die.
50 Surely he created you in your mother's womb, and put into you the breath of life, and reared you and placed you upon the royal throne of Egypt, and he will take your breath and soul from you, and return you to the ground whence you were taken.
51 And the anger of the king was kindled at their words, and he said to them, But who amongst all the Gods of nations can do this? My river is mine own, and I have made it for myself.
52 And he drove them from him, and he ordered the labor upon Israel to be more severe than it was yesterday and before.
53 And Moses and Aaron went out from the king's presence, and they saw the children of Israel in an evil condition for the task-masters had made their labor exceedingly heavy.
54 And Moses returned to Yahuwah and said, Why have you ill treated your people? For since I came to speak to Pharaoh what you did send me for, he has exceedingly ill used the children of Israel.
55 And Yahuwah said to Moses, Look, you wilt see that with an outstretched hand and heavy plagues, Pharaoh will send the children of Israel from his land.
56 And Moses and Aaron dwelt amongst their brethren the children of Israel in Egypt.
57 And as for the children of Israel the Egyptians embittered their lives, with the heavy work which they imposed upon them.
1 And at the end of 2 years, Yahuwah again sent Moses to Pharaoh to bring forth the children of Israel, and to send them out of the land of Egypt.
2 And Moses went and came to the house of Pharaoh, and he spoke to him the words of Yahuwah who had sent him, but Pharaoh would not listen to the voice of Yahuwah, and the unified elohim roused his might in Egypt upon Pharaoh and his subjects, and the unified elohim struck Pharaoh and his people with very great and sore plagues.
3 And Yahuwah sent by the hand of Aaron and turned all the waters of Egypt into blood, with all their streams and rivers.
4 And when an Egyptian came to drink and draw water, he looked into his pitcher, and look, all the water was turned into blood; and when he came to drink from his cup the water in the cup became blood.
5 And when a woman kneaded her dough and cooked her victuals, their appearance was turned to that of blood.
6 And Yahuwah sent again and caused all their waters to bring forth frogs, and all the frogs came into the houses of the Egyptians.
7 And when the Egyptians drank, their bellies were filled with frogs and they danced in their bellies as they dance when in the river.
8 And all their drinking water and cooking water turned to frogs, also when they lay in their beds their perspiration bred frogs.
9 Notwithstanding all this the anger of Yahuwah did not turn from them, and his hand was stretched out against all the Egyptians to smite them with every heavy plague.
10 And he sent and struck their dust to lice, and the lice became in Egypt to the height of 2 cubits upon the earth.
11 The lice were also very numerous, in the flesh of man and beast, in all the inhabitants of Egypt, also upon the king and queen Yahuwah sent the lice, and it grieved Egypt exceedingly on account of the lice.
12 Notwithstanding this, the anger of Yahuwah did not turn away, and his hand was still stretched out over Egypt.
13 And Yahuwah sent all kinds of beasts of the field into Egypt, and they came and destroyed all Egypt, man and beast, and trees, and all things that were in Egypt.
14 And Yahuwah sent fiery serpents, scorpions, mice, weasels, toads, together with others creeping in dust.
15 Flies, hornets, fleas, bugs and gnats, each swarm according to its kind.
16 And all reptiles and winged animals according to their kind came to Egypt and grieved the Egyptians exceedingly.
17 And the fleas and flies came into the eyes and ears of the Egyptians.
18 And the hornet came upon them and drove them away, and they removed from it into their inner rooms, and it pursued them.
19 And when the Egyptians hid themselves on account of the swarm of animals, they locked their doors after them, and the unified elohim ordered the Sulanuth which was in the sea, to come up and go into Egypt.
20 And she had long arms, 10 cubits in length of the cubit of a man.
21 And she went upon the roofs and uncovered the raftering and flooring and cut them, and stretched forth her arm into the house and removed the lock and the bolt, and opened the houses of Egypt.
22 Afterward came the swarm of animals into the houses of Egypt, and the swarm of animals destroyed the Egyptians, and it grieved them exceedingly.
23 Notwithstanding this the anger of Yahuwah did not turn away from the Egyptians, and his hand was yet stretched forth against them.
24 And the unified elohim sent the pestilence, and the pestilence pervaded Egypt, in the horses and asses, and in the camels, in herds of oxen and sheep and in man.
25 And when the Egyptians rose up early in the morning to take their cattle to pasture they found all their cattle dead.
26 And there remained of the cattle of the Egyptians only 1 in 10, and of the cattle belonging to Israel in Goshen not 1 died.
27 And the unified elohim sent a burning inflammation in the flesh of the Egyptians, which burst their skins, and it became a severe itch in all the Egyptians from the soles of their feet to the crowns of their heads.
28 And many boils were in their flesh, that their flesh wasted away until they became rotten and putrid.
29 Notwithstanding this the anger of Yahuwah did not turn away, and his hand was still stretched out over all Egypt.
30 And Yahuwah sent a very heavy hail, which struck their vines and broke their fruit trees and dried them up that they fell upon them.
31 Also every green herb became dry and perished, for a mingling fire descended among the hail, therefore the hail and the fire consumed all things.
32 Also men and beasts that were found abroad perished of the flames of fire and of the hail, and all the young lions were exhausted.
33 And Yahuwah sent and brought numerous locusts into Egypt, the Chasel, Salom, Chargol, and Chagole, locusts each of its kind, which devoured all that the hail had left remaining.
34 Then the Egyptians rejoiced at the locusts, although they consumed the produce of the field, and they caught them in abundance and salted them for food.
35 And Yahuwah turned a mighty wind of the sea which took away all the locusts, even those that were salted, and thrust them into the Red Sea; not 1 locust remained within the boundaries of Egypt.
36 And the unified elohim sent darkness upon Egypt, that the whole land of Egypt and Pathros became dark for 3 days, so that a man could not see his hand when he lifted it to his mouth.
37 At that time died many of the people of Israel who had rebelled against Yahuwah and who would not listen to Moses and Aaron, and believed not in them that the unified elohim had sent them.
38 And who had said, We will not go forth from Egypt lest we perish with hunger in a desolate wilderness, and who would not listen to the voice of Moses.
39 And Yahuwah plagued them in the 3 days of darkness, and the Israelites buried them in those days, without the Egyptians knowing of them or rejoicing over them.
40 And the darkness was very great in Egypt for 3 days, and any person who was standing when the darkness came, remained standing in his place, and he that was sitting remained sitting, and he that was lying continued lying in the same state, and he that was walking remained sitting upon the ground in the same spot; and this thing happened to all the Egyptians, until the darkness had passed away.
41 And the days of darkness passed away, and Yahuwah sent Moses and Aaron to the children of Israel, saying, Celebrate your feast and make your Passover, for look, I come in the midst of the night amongst all the Egyptians, and I will smite all their first born, from the first born of a man to the first born of a beast, and when I see your Passover, I will pass over you.
42 And the children of Israel did according to all that Yahuwah had commanded Moses and Aaron, thus did they in that night.
43 And it came to pass in the middle of the night, that Yahuwah went forth in the midst of Egypt, and struck all the first born of the Egyptians, from the first born of man to the first born of beast.
44 And Pharaoh rose up in the night, he and all his servants and all the Egyptians, and there was a great cry throughout Egypt in that night, for there was not a house in which there was not a corpse.
45 Also the likenesses of the first born of Egypt, which were carved in the walls at their houses, were destroyed and fell to the ground.
46 Even the bones of their first born who had died before this and whom they had buried in their houses, were raked up by the dogs of Egypt on that night and dragged before the Egyptians and cast before them.
47 And all the Egyptians saw this evil which had suddenly come upon them, and all the Egyptians cried out with a loud voice.
48 And all the families of Egypt wept upon that night, each man for his son and each man for his daughter, being the first born, and the tumult of Egypt was heard at a distance on that night.
49 And Bathia the daughter of Pharaoh went forth with the king on that night to seek Moses and Aaron in their houses, and they found them in their houses, eating and drinking and rejoicing with all Israel.
50 And Bathia said to Moses, Is this the reward for the good which I have done to you, who have reared you and stretched you out, and you have brought this evil upon me and my father's house?
51 And Moses said to her, Surely 10 plagues did Yahuwah bring upon Egypt; Did any evil accrue to you from any of them? Did 1 of them affect you? And she said, No.
52 And Moses said to her, Although you are the first born to your mother, you will not die, and no evil will reach you in the midst of Egypt.
53 And she said, What advantage is it to me, when I see the king, my brother, and all his household and subjects in this evil, whose first born perish with all the first born of Egypt?
54 And Moses said to her, Surely your brother and his household, and subjects, the families of Egypt, would not listen to the words of Yahuwah, therefore did this evil come upon them.
55 And Pharaoh king of Egypt approached Moses and Aaron, and some of the children of Israel who were with them in that place, and he prayed to them, saying,
56 Rise up and take your brethren, all the children of Israel who are in the land, with their sheep and oxen, and all belonging to them, they will leave nothing remaining, only pray for me to Yahuwah your elohim.
57 And Moses said to Pharaoh, Look, though you are your mother's first born, yet fear not, for you wilt not die, for Yahuwah has commanded that you will live, in order to show you his great might and strong stretched out arm.
58 And Pharaoh ordered the children of Israel to be sent away, and all the Egyptians strengthened themselves to send them, for they said, We are all perishing.
59 And all the Egyptians sent the Israelites forth, with great riches, sheep and oxen and precious things, according to the oath of Yahuwah between him and our father Abraham.
60 And the children of Israel delayed going forth at night, and when the Egyptians came to them to bring them out, they said to them, Are we thieves, that we should go forth at night?
61 And the children of Israel asked of the Egyptians, vessels of silver, and vessels of gold, and garments, and the children of Israel stripped the Egyptians.
62 And Moses hurried and rose up and went to the river of Egypt, and brought up from thence the coffin of Joseph and took it with him.
63 The children of Israel also brought up, each man his father's coffin with him, and each man the coffins of his tribe.
1 And the children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, about 600,000 men on foot, besides the little ones and their wives.
2 Also a mixed multitude went up with them, and flocks and herds, even much cattle.
3 And the sojourning of the children of Israel, who dwelt in the land of Egypt in hard labor, was 210 years.
4 And at the end of 210 years, Yahuwah brought forth the children of Israel from Egypt with a strong hand.
5 And the children of Israel traveled from Egypt and from Goshen and from Rameses, and encamped in Succoth on the 15th day of the 1st month.
6 And the Egyptians buried all their first born whom Yahuwah had smitten, and all the Egyptians buried their slain for 3 days.
7 And the children of Israel traveled from Succoth and encamped in Ethom, at the end of the wilderness.
8 And on the third day after the Egyptians had buried their first born, many men rose up from Egypt and went after Israel to make them return to Egypt, for they repented that they had sent the Israelites away from their servitude.
9 And 1 man said to his neighbor, Surely Moses and Aaron spoke to Pharaoh, saying, We will go a 3 days' journey in the wilderness and sacrifice to Yahuwah our elohim.
10 Now therefore let us rise up early in the morning and cause them to return, and it will be that if they return with us to Egypt to their masters, then will we know that there is faith in them, but if they will not return, then will we fight with them, and make them come back with great power and a strong hand.
11 And all the nobles of Pharaoh rose up in the morning, and with them about 700,000 men, and they went forth from Egypt on that day, and came to the place where the children of Israel were.
12 And all the Egyptians saw and look, Moses and Aaron and all the children of Israel were sitting before Pi-hahiroth, eating and drinking and celebrating the feast of Yahuwah.
13 And all the Egyptians said to the children of Israel, Surely you said, We will go a journey for 3 days in the wilderness and sacrifice to our elohim and return.
14 Now therefore this day makes 5 days since you went, why do you not return to your masters?
15 And Moses and Aaron answered them, saying, Because Yahuwah our elohim has testified in us, saying, You will no more return to Egypt, but we will betake ourselves to a land flowing with milk and honey, as Yahuwah our elohim had sworn to our ancestors to give to us.
16 And when the nobles of Egypt saw that the children of Israel did not listen to them, to return to Egypt, they girded themselves to fight with Israel.
17 And Yahuwah strengthened the hearts of the children of Israel over the Egyptians, that they gave them a severe beating, and the battle was sore upon the Egyptians, and all the Egyptians fled from before the children of Israel, for many of them perished by the hand of Israel.
18 And the nobles of Pharaoh went to Egypt and told Pharaoh, saying, The children of Israel have fled, and will no more return to Egypt, and in this manner did Moses and Aaron speak to us.
19 And Pharaoh heard this thing, and his heart and the hearts of all his subjects were turned against Israel, and they repented that they had sent Israel; and all the Egyptians advised Pharaoh to pursue the children of Israel to make them come back to their burdens.
20 And they said each man to his brother, What is this which we have done, that we have sent Israel from our servitude?
21 And Yahuwah strengthened the hearts of all the Egyptians to pursue the Israelites, for Yahuwah desired to overthrow the Egyptians in the Red Sea.
22 And Pharaoh rose up and harnessed his chariot, and he ordered all the Egyptians to assemble, not 1 man was left excepting the little ones and the women.
23 And all the Egyptians went forth with Pharaoh to pursue the children of Israel, and the camp of Egypt was an exceedingly large and heavy camp, about 1,000,000 men.
24 And the whole of this camp went and pursued the children of Israel to bring them back to Egypt, and they reached them encamping by the Red Sea.
25 And the children of Israel lifted up their eyes, and beheld all the Egyptians pursuing them, and the children of Israel were greatly terrified at them, and the children of Israel cried to Yahuwah.
26 And on account of the Egyptians, the children of Israel divided themselves into four divisions, and they were divided in their opinions, for they were afraid of the Egyptians, and Moses spoke to each of them.
27 The first division was of the children of Reuben, Simeon, and Issachar, and they resolved to cast themselves into the sea, for they were exceedingly afraid of the Egyptians.
28 And Moses said to them, Fear not, stand still and see the salvation of Yahuwah which He will effect this day for you.
29 The second division was of the children of Zebulun, Benjamin and Naphtali, and they resolved to go back to Egypt with the Egyptians.
30 And Moses said to them, Fear not, for as you have seen the Egyptians this day, so will you see them no more for ever.
31 The third division was of the children of Judah and Joseph, and they resolved to go to meet the Egyptians to fight with them.
32 And Moses said to them, Stand in your places, for Yahuwah will fight for you, and you will remain silent.
33 And the fourth division was of the children of Levi, Gad, and Asher, and they resolved to go into the midst of the Egyptians to confound them, and Moses said to them, Remain in your stations and fear not, only call unto Yahuwah that he may save you out of their hands.
34 After this Moses rose up from among the people, and he prayed to Yahuwah and said,
35 Oh Yahuwah, the unified elohim of the whole earth, save now your people whom you did bring forth from Egypt, and let not the Egyptians boast that power and might are theirs.
36 So Yahuwah said to Moses, Why do you cry unto me? speak to the children of Israel that they will proceed, and do you stretch out your rod upon the sea and divide it, and the children of Israel will pass through it.
37 And Moses did so, and he lifted up his rod upon the sea and divided it.
38 And the waters of the sea were divided into 12 parts, and the children of Israel passed through on foot, with shoes, as a man would pass through a prepared road.
39 And Yahuwah manifested to the children of Israel his wonders in Egypt and in the sea by the hand of Moses and Aaron.
40 And when the children of Israel had entered the sea, the Egyptians came after them, and the waters of the sea resumed upon them, and they all sank in the water, and not 1 man was left excepting Pharaoh, who gave thanks to Yahuwah and believed in him, therefore Yahuwah did not cause him to perish at that time with the Egyptians.
41 And Yahuwah ordered an angel to take him from amongst the Egyptians, who cast him upon the land of Ninevah and he ruled over it for a long time.
42 And on that day Yahuwah saved Israel from the hand of Egypt, and all the children of Israel saw that the Egyptians had perished, and they beheld the great hand of Yahuwah, in what he had performed in Egypt and in the sea.
43 Then sang Moses and the children of Israel this song unto Yahuwah, on the day when Yahuwah caused the Egyptians to fall before them.
44 And all Israel sang in concert, saying, I will sing to Yahuwah for He is greatly exalted, the horse and his rider has he cast into the sea; look, it is written in the book of the law of the unified elohim.
45 After this the children of Israel proceeded on their journey, and encamped in Marah, and Yahuwah gave to the children of Israel statutes and judgments in that place in Marah, and Yahuwah commanded the children of Israel to walk in all his ways and to serve him.
46 And they journeyed from Marah and came to Elim, and in Elim were 12 springs of water and 70 date trees, and the children encamped there by the waters.
47 And they journeyed from Elim and came to the wilderness of Sin, on the 15th day of the second month after their departure from Egypt.
48 At that time Yahuwah gave the manna to the children of Israel to eat, and Yahuwah caused food to rain from heaven for the children of Israel day by day.
49 And the children of Israel ate the manna for 40 years, all the days that they were in the wilderness, until they came to the land of Canaan to possess it.
50 And they proceeded from the wilderness of Sin and encamped in Alush.
51 And they proceeded from Alush and encamped in Rephidim.
52 And when the children of Israel were in Rephidim, Amalek the son of Eliphaz, the son of Esau, the brother of Zepho, came to fight with Israel.
53 And he brought with him 1,800 men, magicians and conjurers, and he prepared for battle with Israel in Rephidim.
54 And they carried on a great and severe battle against Israel, and Yahuwah delivered Amalek and his people into the hands of Moses and the children of Israel, and into the hand of Joshua, the son of Nun, the Ephrathite, the servant of Moses.
55 And the children of Israel struck Amalek and his people at the edge of the sword, but the battle was very sore upon the children of Israel.
56 And Yahuwah said to Moses, Write this thing as a memorial for you in a book, and place it in the hand of Joshua, the son of Nun, your servant, and you will command the children of Israel, saying, When you will come to the land of Canaan, you will utterly efface the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven.
57 And Moses did so, and he took the book and wrote upon it these words, saying,
58 Remember what Amalek has done to you in the road when you went forth from Egypt.
59 Who met you in the road and struck your rear, even those that were feeble behind you when you were faint and weary.
60 Therefore it will be when Yahuwah your elohim will have given you rest from all your enemies round about in the land which Yahuwah your elohim giveth you for an inheritance, to possess it, that you will blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven, you will not forget it.
61 And the king who will have pity on Amalek, or upon his memory or upon his seed, look, I will require it of him, and I will cut him off from amongst his people.
62 And Moses wrote all these things in a book, and he enjoined the children of Israel respecting all these matters.