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The Great Bible 1539



5:1This is the boke of the generacyons of Adam. In the daye that God created man, in the lyknesse of God made he him.
5:2Male and female created he them, & blessed them, and called theyr name Adam in the daye of theyr creacyon.
5:3And Adam lyued an hundreth & thyrtye yeres, & begat (a sonne) in hys owne lyknesse after his ymage, & called his name Seth.
5:4All the dayes of Adam (after he had begotten Seth) were eyght hundreth yeres, & he begat sonnes and daughters.
5:5And all the dayes that Adam lyued, were nyne hundreth and thyrtye yeares, and he dyed.
5:6Seth lyued an hundred & fyue yeares, and begat Enos.
5:7And Seth lyued (after he begat Enos) eyght hundreth yeares & seuen yeres, & begat sonnes & daughters.
5:8And all the dayes of Seth were, nyne hundreth & twelue yeares. And he dyed.
5:9Enos lyued nyntye yeares & begat kenan.
5:10And Enos lyued (after he begat kenan) eight hundreth, and fyftene yeares, & begat sonnes & daughters.
5:11And all the dayes of Enos were nyne hundreth & fyue yeres. And he dyed.
5:12Kenan lyued seuentye yeres, & begat Mahelael.
5:13And kenan lyued (after he begat Mahelael) eyght hundreth yeares and fortye yeres, and begat sonnes & daughters.
5:14And all the dayes of kenan were nyne hundreth yeares and ten yeares, and he dyed.
5:15Mahelael lyued syxtye yeares & fyue yeares,
5:16& begat Iared. And agayne, Mahelael lyued (after he begat Iared) eyght hundreth & thirtye yeres, & begat sonnes & daughters.
5:17And all the dayes of Mahelael were eyght hundreth nynetye & fyue yeares. And he dyed.
5:18Iared lyued an hundred & syxtye and two yeares, & begat Henoch.
5:19And Iared lyued (after he begat Henoch) eyght hundreth yeares, & begat sonnes and daughters.
5:20And all the dayes of Iared were nyne hundreth and syxtye and two yeares. And he dyed.
5:21Henoch lyued syxtie & fyue yeares, & begat Methuselah.
5:22And Henoch walked wyth God after he begat Methuselah, thre hundreth yeres, & begat sonnes & daughters.
5:23And all the dayes of Henoch were thre hundreth syxtie & fyue yeres.
5:24And Henoch walked with God, & he (was no more sene,) for God toke hym awaye.
5:25Methuselah also lyued an hundreth yeares, & eyghtye & seuen yeres, & begat Lamech.
5:26And agayne Methuselah lyued (after he begat Lamech,) seuen hundreth yeares, and eyghtye, & two yeres, and begat sonnes and daughters.
5:27And all the dayes of Methuselah were nyne hundreth yeares and syxtye & nyne yeares. And he dyed.
5:28Lamech lyued an hundreth yeres & eyghtye & two yeres, & begat a sonne,
5:29& called his name Noah, sayenge: This same shall comforte vs as concernynge oure worke & sorowe of oure handes, from of the erth, which God curssed.
5:30And Lamech lyued (after he begat Noah) fyue hundreth yeres & nynety & fyue yeares, & begat sonnes & daughters.
5:31And all the dayes of Lamech were seuen hundreth yeares, and seuentye and seuen yeares, and he dyed.
5:32Noah was fyue hundreth yeare olde. And Noah begat Sem, Ham, and Iapheth.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."