Esther 1:1

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    1 G2532 CONJ [1:1σ] και G1096 V-AMI-3S εγενετο G3326 PREP μετα G3588 T-APM τους G3056 N-APM λογους G3778 D-APM τουτους G1722 PREP εν G3588 T-DPF ταις G2250 N-DPF ημεραις   N-GSM αρταξερξου G3778 D-NSM ουτος G3588 T-NSM ο   N-NSM αρταξερξης G575 PREP απο G3588 T-GSF της   N-GSF ινδικης G1540 N-NUI εκατον G1501 N-NUI εικοσι G2033 N-NUI επτα G5561 N-GPF χωρων G2902 V-AAI-3S εκρατησεν
HOT(i) 1 ויהי בימי אחשׁורושׁ הוא אחשׁורושׁ המלך מהדו ועד כושׁ שׁבע ועשׂרים ומאה מדינה׃
IHOT(i) (In English order)
  1 H1961 ויהי Now it came to pass H3117 בימי in the days H325 אחשׁורושׁ of Ahasuerus, H1931 הוא (this H325 אחשׁורושׁ Ahasuerus H4427 המלך which reigned, H1912 מהדו   H5704 ועד even unto H3568 כושׁ Ethiopia, H7651 שׁבע and seven H6242 ועשׂרים and twenty H3967 ומאה a hundred H4082 מדינה׃ provinces:)
Vulgate(i) 1 in diebus Asueri qui regnavit ab India usque Aethiopiam super centum viginti septem provincias
Clementine_Vulgate(i) 1 In diebus Assueri, qui regnavit ab India usque Æthiopiam super centum viginti septem provincias,\
(11:2) Anno secundo, regnante Artaxerxe maximo, prima die mensis Nisan, vidit somnium Mardochæus filius Jairi, filii Semei, filii Cis, de tribu Benjamin:\
(11:3) homo Judæus, qui habitabat in urbe Susis, vir magnus, et inter primos aulæ regiæ.\
(11:4) Erat autem de eo numero captivorum, quos transtulerat Nabuchodonosor rex Babylonis de Jerusalem cum Jechonia rege Juda.\
(11:5) Et hoc ejus somnium fuit: apparuerunt voces, et tumultus, et tonitrua, et terræmotus, et conturbatio super terram:\
(11:6) et ecce duo dracones magni, paratique contra se in prælium.\
(11:7) Ad quorum clamorem cunctæ concitatæ sunt nationes, ut pugnarent contra gentem justorum.\
(11:8) Fuitque dies illa tenebrarum et discriminis, tribulationis et angustiæ, et ingens formido super terram.\
(11:9) Conturbataque est gens justorum timentium mala sua, et præparata ad mortem.\
(11:10) Clamaveruntque ad Deum: et illis vociferantibus, fons parvus creavit in fluvium maximum, et in aquas plurimas redundavit.\
(11:11) Lux et sol ortus est, et humiles exaltati sunt, et devoraverunt inclytos.\
(11:12) Quod cum vidisset Mardochæus, et surrexisset de strato, cogitabat quid Deus facere vellet: et fixum habebat in animo, scire cupiens quid significaret somnium.\
(12:1) Morabatur autem eo tempore in aula regis cum Bagatha et Thara eunuchis regis, qui janitores erant palatii.\
(12:2) Cumque intellexisset cogitationes eorum, et curas diligentius pervidisset, didicit quod conarentur in regem Artaxerxem manus mittere, et nuntiavit super eo regi.\
(12:3) Qui de utroque, habita quæstione, confessos jussit duci ad mortem.\
(12:4) Rex autem quod gestum erat, scripsit in commentariis: sed et Mardochæus rei memoriam litteris tradidit.\
(12:5) Præcepitque ei rex, ut in aula palatii moraretur, datis ei pro delatione muneribus.\
(12:6) Aman vero filius Amadathi Bugæus erat gloriosissimus coram rege, et voluit nocere Mardochæo et populo ejus pro duobus eunuchis regis qui fuerant interfecti. Et diripuerunt bona, vel substantias eorum. Epistolæ autem hoc exemplar fuit.\
(13:1) Rex maximus Artaxerxes ab India usque Æthiopiam, centum viginti septem provinciarum principibus et ducibus qui ejus imperio subjecti sunt, salutem.\
(13:2) Cum plurimis gentibus imperarem, et universum orbem meæ ditioni subjugassem, volui nequaquam abuti potentiæ magnitudine, sed clementia et lenitate gubernare subjectos, ut absque ullo terrore vitam silentio transigentes, optata cunctis mortalibus pace fruerentur.\
(13:3) Quærente autem me a consiliariis meis quomodo posset hoc impleri, unus qui sapientia et fide ceteros præcellebat, et erat post regem secundus, Aman nomine,\
(13:4) indicavit mihi in toto orbe terrarum populum esse dispersum, qui novis uteretur legibus, et, contra omnium gentium consuetudinem faciens, regum jussa contemneret, et universarum concordiam nationum sua dissensione violaret.\
(13:5) Quod cum didicissemus, videntes unam gentem rebellem adversus omne hominum genus perversis uti legibus, nostrisque jussionibus contraire, et turbare subjectarum nobis provinciarum pacem atque concordiam,\
(13:6) jussimus ut quoscumque Aman, qui omnibus provinciis præpositus est et secundus a rege, et quem patris loco colimus, monstraverit, cum conjugibus ac liberis deleantur ab inimicis suis, nullusque eorum misereatur, quartadecima die duodecimi mensis Adar anni præsentis:\
(13:7) ut nefarii homines uno die ad inferos descendentes, reddant imperio nostro pacem, quam turbaverant. Pergensque Mardochæus, fecit omnia quæ ei mandaverat Esther.\
(13:8) Mardochæus autem deprecatus est Dominum, memor omnium operum ejus,\
(13:9) et dixit: Domine, Domine rex omnipotens, in ditione enim tua cuncta sunt posita, et non est qui possit tuæ resistere voluntati, si decreveris salvare Israël.\
(13:10) Tu fecisti cælum et terram, et quidquid cæli ambitu continetur.\
(13:11) Dominus omnium es, nec est qui resistat majestati tuæ.\
(13:12) Cuncta nosti, et scis quia non pro superbia et contumelia, et aliqua gloriæ cupiditate, fecerim hoc, ut non adorarem Aman superbissimum\
(13:13) (libenter enim pro salute Israël etiam vestigia pedum ejus deosculari paratus essem),\
(13:14) sed timui ne honorem Dei mei transferrem ad hominem, et ne quemquam adorarem, excepto Deo meo.\
(13:15) Et nunc, Domine rex, Deus Abraham, miserere populi tui, quia volunt nos inimici nostri perdere, et hæreditatem tuam delere.\
(13:16) Ne despicias partem tuam, quam redemisti tibi de Ægypto.\
(13:17) Exaudi deprecationem meam, et propitius esto sorti et funiculo tuo, et converte luctum nostrum in gaudium, ut viventes laudemus nomen tuum, Domine: et ne claudas ora te canentium.\
(13:18) Omnis quoque Israël pari mente et obsecratione clamavit ad Dominum, eo quod eis certa mors impenderet.\
(14:1) Esther quoque regina confugit ad Dominum, pavens periculum quod imminebat.\
(14:2) Cumque deposuisset vestes regias, fletibus et luctui apta indumenta suscepit, et pro unguentis variis, cinere et stercore implevit caput, et corpus suum humiliavit jejuniis: omniaque loca, in quibus antea lætari consueverat, crinium laceratione complevit.\
(14:3) Et deprecabatur Dominum Deum Israël, dicens: Domine mi, qui rex noster es solus, adjuva me solitariam, et cujus præter te nullus est auxiliator alius.par (14:4) Periculum meum in manibus meis est.\
(14:5) Audivi a patre meo quod tu, Domine, tulisses Israël de cunctis gentibus, et patres nostros ex omnibus retro majoribus suis, ut possideres hæreditatem sempiternam, fecistique eis sicut locutus es.\
(14:6) Peccavimus in conspectu tuo, et idcirco tradidisti nos in manus inimicorum nostrorum:\
(14:7) coluimus enim deos eorum. Justus es Domine:\
(14:8) et nunc non eis sufficit, quod durissima nos opprimunt servitute, sed robur manuum suarum, idolorum potentiæ deputantes,\
(14:9) volunt tua mutare promissa, et delere hæreditatem tuam, et claudere ora laudantium te, atque extinguere gloriam templi et altaris tui,\
(14:10) ut aperiant ora gentium, et laudent idolorum fortitudinem, et prædicent carnalem regem in sempiternum.\
(14:11) Ne tradas, Domine, sceptrum tuum his, qui non sunt, ne rideant ad ruinam nostram: sed converte consilium eorum super eos, et eum qui in nos cœpit sævire, disperde.\
(14:12) Memento, Domine, et ostende te nobis in tempore tribulationis nostræ, et da mihi fiduciam, Domine rex deorum, et universæ potestatis:\
(14:13) tribue sermonem compositum in ore meo in conspectu leonis, et transfer cor illius in odium hostis nostri, ut et ipse pereat, et ceteri qui ei consentiunt.\
(14:14) Nos autem libera manu tua, et adjuva me, nullum aliud auxilium habentem nisi te, Domine, qui habes omnium scientiam,\
(14:15) et nosti quia oderim gloriam iniquorum, et detester cubile incircumcisorum, et omnis alienigenæ.\
(14:16) Tu scis necessitatem meam, quod abominer signum superbiæ et gloriæ meæ, quod est super caput meum in diebus ostentationis meæ, et detester illud quasi pannum menstruatæ, et non portem in diebus silentii mei,\
(14:17) et quod non comederim in mensa Aman, nec mihi placuerit convivium regis, et non biberim vinum libaminum:par (14:18) et numquam lætata sit ancilla tua, ex quo huc translata sum usque in præsentem diem, nisi in te, Domine Deus Abraham.\
(14:19) Deus fortis super omnes, exaudi vocem eorum qui nullam aliam spem habent, et libera nos de manu iniquorum, et erue me a timore meo.\
(15:1) Et mandavit ei (haud dubium quin esset Mardochæus) ut ingrederetur ad regem, et rogaret pro populo suo et pro patria sua.\
(15:2) Memorare, inquit, dierum humilitatis tuæ, quomodo nutrita sis in manu mea, quia Aman secundus a rege locutus est contra nos in mortem:\
(15:3) et tu invoca Dominum, et loquere regi pro nobis, et libera nos de morte.\
(15:4) Die autem tertio deposuit vestimenta ornatus sui, et circumdata est gloria sua.\
(15:5) Cumque regio fulgeret habitu, et invocasset omnium rectorem et salvatorem Deum, assumpsit duas famulas,\
(15:6) et super unam quidem innitebatur, quasi præ deliciis et nimia teneritudine corpus suum ferre non sustinens:\
(15:7) altera autem famularum sequebatur dominam, defluentia in humum indumenta sustentans.\
(15:8) Ipsa autem roseo colore vultum perfusa, et gratis ac nitentibus oculis, tristem celabat animum, et nimio timore contractum.\
(15:9) Ingressa igitur cuncta per ordinem ostia, stetit contra regem, ubi ille residebat super solium regni sui, indutus vestibus regiis, auroque fulgens, et pretiosis lapidibus: eratque terribilis aspectu.\
(15:10) Cumque elevasset faciem, et ardentibus oculis furorem pectoris indicasset, regina corruit, et in pallorem colore mutato, lassum super ancillulam reclinavit caput.\
(15:11) Convertitque Deus spiritum regis in mansuetudinem, et festinus ac metuens exilivit de solio, et sustentans eam ulnis suis donec rediret ad se, his verbis blandiebatur:\
(15:12) Quid habes, Esther? ego sum frater tuus: noli metuere.\
(15:13) Non morieris: non enim pro te, sed pro omnibus hæc lex constituta est.\
(15:14) Accede igitur, et tange sceptrum.\
(15:15) Cumque illa reticeret, tulit auream virgam, et posuit super collum ejus, et osculatus est eam, et ait: Cur mihi non loqueris?\
(15:16) Quæ respondit: Vidi te, domine, quasi angelum Dei, et conturbatum est cor meum præ timore gloriæ tuæ.\
(15:17) Valde enim mirabilis es, domine, et facies tua plena est gratiarum.\
(15:18) Cumque loqueretur, rursus corruit, et pene exanimata est.\
(15:19) Rex autem turbabatur, et omnes ministri ejus consolabantur eam.\
(16:1) Rex magnus Artaxerxes ab India usque Æthiopiam, centum viginti septem provinciarum ducibus ac principibus qui nostræ jussioni obediunt, salutem dicit.\
(16:2) Multi bonitate principum et honore, qui in eos collatus est, abusi sunt in superbiam:\
(16:3) et non solum subjectos regibus nituntur opprimere, sed datam sibi gloriam non ferentes, in ipsos qui dederunt, moliuntur insidias.\
(16:4) Nec contenti sunt gratias non agere beneficiis, et humanitatis in se jura violare, sed Dei quoque cuncta cernentis arbitrantur se posse fugere sententiam.\
(16:5) Et in tantum vesaniæ proruperunt, ut eos qui credita sibi officia diligenter observant, et ita cuncta agunt ut omnium laude digni sint, mendaciorum cuniculis conentur subvertere,\
(16:6) dum aures principum simplices, et ex sua natura alios æstimantes, callida fraude decipiunt.\
(16:7) Quæ res et ex veteribus probatur historiis, et ex his quæ geruntur quotidie, quomodo malis quorumdam suggestionibus regum studia depraventur.\
(16:8) Unde providendum est paci omnium provinciarum.par (16:9) Nec putare debetis, si diversa jubeamus, ex animi nostri venire levitate, sed pro qualitate et necessitate temporum, ut reipublicæ poscit utilitas, ferre sententiam.\
(16:10) Et ut manifestius quod dicimus intelligatis, Aman filius Amadathi, et animo et gente Macedo, alienusque a Persarum sanguine, et pietatem nostram sua crudelitate commaculans, peregrinus a nobis susceptus est:\
(16:11) et tantam in se expertus humanitatem, ut pater noster vocaretur, et adoraretur ab omnibus post regem secundus:\
(16:12) qui in tantum arrogantiæ tumorem sublatus est, ut regno privare nos niteretur et spiritu.\
(16:13) Nam Mardochæum, cujus fide et beneficiis vivimus, et consortem regni nostri Esther cum omni gente sua, novis quibusdam atque inauditis machinis expetivit in mortem:\
(16:14) hoc cogitans ut illis interfectis, insidiaretur nostræ solitudini, et regnum Persarum transferret in Macedonas.\
(16:15) Nos autem a pessimo mortalium Judæos neci destinatos, in nulla penitus culpa reperimus, sed e contrario justis utentes legibus,\
(16:16) et filios altissimi et maximi semperque viventis Dei, cujus beneficio et patribus nostris et nobis regnum est traditum, et usque hodie custoditur.\
(16:17) Unde eas litteras, quas sub nomine nostro ille direxerat, sciatis esse irritas.\
(16:18) Pro quo scelere ante portas hujus urbis, id est, Susan, et ipse qui machinatus est, et omnis cognatio ejus pendet in patibulis: non nobis, sed Deo reddente ei quod meruit.\
(16:19) Hoc autem edictum, quod nunc mittimus, in cunctis urbibus proponatur, ut liceat Judæis uti legibus suis.\
(16:20) Quibus debetis esse adminiculo, ut eos qui se ad necem eorum paraverant, possint interficere tertiadecima die mensis duodecimi, qui vocatur Adar.\
(16:21) Hanc enim diem, Deus omnipotens, mœroris et luctus, eis vertit in gaudium.\
(16:22) Unde et vos inter ceteros festos dies, hanc habetote diem, et celebrate eam cum omni lætitia, ut et in posterum cognoscatur,\
(16:23) omnes qui fideliter Persis obediunt, dignam pro fide recipere mercedem; qui autem insidiantur regno eorum, perire pro scelere.\
(16:24) Omnis autem provincia et civitas quæ noluerit solemnitatis hujus esse particeps, gladio et igne pereat, et sic deleatur, ut non solum hominibus, sed etiam bestiis invia sit in sempiternum, pro exemplo contemptus et inobedientiæ.
Wycliffe(i) 1 In the daies of kyng Assuerus, that regnede fro Ynde `til to Ethiopie, on an hundrid and seuene and twenti prouynces, whanne he sat in the seete of his rewme,
Coverdale(i) 1 In the tyme of Ahasuerus, which reigned from India vnto Ethiopia, ouer an hundreth and seuen and twentye londes,
MSTC(i) 1 It fortuned in the days of Ahasuerus - which reigned from India unto Ethiopia, over a hundred and seven and twenty lands -
Matthew(i) 1 In the tyme of Ahasuerus which raygned from Iudia vnto Ethiophia ouer an hundred & seuen and twentye landes,
Great(i) 1 It fortuned in the dayes of Ahasuerus whych raygned from India vnto Ethiopia (ouer an hundreth and seuen and twenty landes)
Geneva(i) 1 In the dayes of Ahashuerosh (this is Ahashuerosh that reigned, from India euen vnto Ethiopia, ouer an hundreth, and seuen and twentie prouinces)
Bishops(i) 1 It came to passe that in the dayes of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus whiche raigned from India vnto Ethiopia, ouer an hundred and twentie and seuen prouinces
DouayRheims(i) 1 (11:2) In the second year of the reign of Artaxerxes the great, in the first day of the month Nisan, Mardochai the son of Jair, the son of Semei, the son of Cis, of the tribe of Benjamin:
(11:3) A Jew who dwelt in the city of Susan, a great man and among the first of the king's court, had a dream.
(11:4) Now he was of the number of the captives, whom Nabuchodonosor king of Babylon had carried away from Jerusalem with Jechonias king of Juda:
(11:5) And this was his dream: Behold there were voices, and tumults, and thunders, and earthquakes, and a disturbance upon the earth.
(11:6) And behold two great dragons came forth ready to fight one against another.
(11:7) And at their cry all nations were stirred up to fight against the nation of the just.
(11:8) And that was a day of darkness and danger, of tribulation and distress, and great fear upon the earth.
(11:9) And the nation of the just was troubled fearing their own evils, and was prepared for death.
(11:10) And they cried to God: and as they were crying, a little fountain grew into a very great river, and abounded into many waters.
(11:11) The light and the sun rose up, and the humble were exalted, and they devoured the glorious.
(11:12) And when Mardochai had seen this, and arose out of his bed, he was thinking what God would do: and he kept it fixed in his mind, desirous to know what the dream should signify.
(12:1) And he abode at that time in the king's court with Bagatha and Thara the king's eunuchs, who were porters of the palace.
(12:2) And when he understood their designs, and had diligently searched into their projects, he learned that they went about to lay violent hands on king Artaxerxes, and he told the king thereof.
(12:3) Then the king had them both examined, and after they had confessed, commanded them to be put to death.
(12:4) But the king made a record of what was done: and Mardochai also committed the memory of the thing to writing.
(12:5) And the king commanded him, to abide in the court of the palace, and gave him presents for the information.
(12:6) But Aman the son of Amadathi the Bugite was in great honour with the king, and sought to hurt Mardochai and his people, because of the two eunuchs of the king who were put to death.
In the days of Assuerus, who reigned from India to Ethiopia over a hundred and twenty seven provinces:
KJV(i) 1

Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus which reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over an hundred and seven and twenty provinces:)

KJV_Cambridge(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus which reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over an hundred and seven and twenty provinces:)
Thomson(i) 1 After these things, in the days of Artaxerxes the same who reigned from India, over a hundred and twenty seven provinces,
Webster(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus who reigned from India even to Cush, over a hundred and seven and twenty provinces:)
Brenton(i) 1 And it came to pass after these things in the days of Artaxerxes, — (this Artaxerxes ruled over a hundred and twenty-seven provinces from India) —
Leeser(i) 1 And it came to pass in the days of Achashverosh, of the same Achashverosh who reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over a hundred and seven and twenty provinces,
YLT(i) 1 And it cometh to pass, in the days of Ahasuerus—he is Ahasuerus who is reigning from Hodu even unto Cush, seven and twenty and a hundred provinces—
JuliaSmith(i) 1 And it will be in the days of Ahasuerus, (this Ahasuerus reigned from India and even to Cush; seven and twenty and one hundred provinces:)
Darby(i) 1 And it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus (that is, the Ahasuerus that reigned from India even to Ethiopia, over a hundred and twenty-seven provinces),
ERV(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus which reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over an hundred and seven and twenty provinces:
ASV(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus (this is Ahasuerus who reigned from India even unto Ethiopia, over a hundred and seven and twenty provinces),
JPS_ASV_Byz(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus - this is Ahasuerus who reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over a hundred and seven and twenty provinces -
Rotherham(i) 1 And it came to pass, in the days of Ahasuerus,—the same, Ahasuerus that reigned from India even unto Ethiopia, a hundred and twenty-seven provinces:
CLV(i) 1 It was in the days of Xerxes--that Xerxes who was reigning over 127 provinces from India unto Nubia.
BBE(i) 1 Now it came about in the days of Ahasuerus, that Ahasuerus who was ruler of a hundred and twenty-seven divisions of the kingdom, from India as far as Ethiopia:
MKJV(i) 1 And it happened in the days of Ahasuerus (this is the Ahasuerus who reigned from India even to Ethiopia, over a hundred and twenty-seven provinces).
LITV(i) 1 And it happened, in the days of Ahasuerus (he is Ahasuerus who reigned from India even to Ethiopia, over a hundred and twenty seven provinces)
ECB(i) 1
VASHTI THE SOVEREIGNESS
And so be it, in the days of Achash Rosh - Achash Rosh who reigns from Hodu even to Kush - a hundred and twenty-seven jurisdictions;
ACV(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus (this is Ahasuerus who reigned from India even to Ethiopia over a hundred and twenty-seven provinces),
WEB(i) 1 Esther
    Now it happened in the days of Ahasuerus (this is Ahasuerus who reigned from India even to Ethiopia, over one hundred twenty-seven provinces),
NHEB(i) 1 Now it happened in the days of Ahasuerus (this is Ahasuerus who reigned from India even to Ethiopia, over one hundred twenty-seven provinces),
AKJV(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus which reigned, from India even to Ethiopia, over an hundred and seven and twenty provinces:)
KJ2000(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus who reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over a hundred and seven and twenty provinces:)
UKJV(i) 1 Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasuerus which reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over an hundred and seven and twenty provinces:)
EJ2000(i) 1 ¶ Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus (this is Ahasuerus who reigned from India even unto Ethiopia over one hundred and twenty-seven provinces)
CAB(i) 1 In the second year of reign of Artaxerxes the great king, on the first day of Nisan, Mordecai the {\i son of Jair, the son of Shimei, the son of Kish, of the tribe of Benjamin, a Jew dwelling in the city of Susa, a great man, serving in the king's palace, saw a vision. Now he was of the captivity which Nebuchaznezzar king of Babylon had carried captive from Jerusalem, with Jeconiah the king of Judea. And this was his dream: Behold, voices and a noise, thunders and an earthquake, and tumult upon the earth. And behold, two great serpents came forth, both ready for conflict, and there came from them a great voice, and by their voice of every nation was prepared for battle, even to fight against the nation of the just. And behold, a day of darkness and blackness, tribulation and anguish, affliction and great tumult upon the earth. And all the righteous nation was troubled, fearing their own afflictions; and they prepared to die, and cried to God. And from their cry there came as it were a great river from a little fountain, even much water. And light and the sun arose, and the lowly were exalted, and devoured the honorable. And Mordecai, who had seen this vision and what God designed to do, having awoke, kept in his heart, and desired by all means to interpret it, even till night. And Mordecai rested quiet in the palace with Gabatha and Tharrha, the king's two chamberlains, eunuchs who guarded the palace. And he heard their reasonings and searched out their plans, and learned that they were preparing to lay hands on King Artaxerxes. And he informed the king concerning them. And the king examined the two chamberlains, and they confessed, and were executed. And the king wrote these things for a memorial; also Mordecai wrote concerning these matters. And the king commanded Mordecai to attend in the palace, and gave him gifts for this service. And Haman the son of Hammedatha the Bugaean was honorable in the sight of the king, and he endeavored to hurt Mordecai and his people, because of the two eunuchs of the king.}
(1:1) And it came to pass after these things in the days of Artaxerxes (this Artaxerxes ruled over a hundred and twenty-seven provinces from India),
NSB(i) 1 Now it came about in the days of Ahasuerus, that Ahasuerus who was ruler of a hundred and twenty-seven divisions of the kingdom, from India as far as Ethiopia:
ISV(i) 1 This is what happened during the reign of Ahasuerus, the Ahasuerus who ruled over 127 provinces from India to Cush.
LEB(i) 1 And it happened in the days of Ahasuerus, the Ahasuerus who reigned from India to Cush*over one hundred and twenty-seven provinces.*
Luther1545(i) 1 Zu den Zeiten Ahasveros, der da König war von Indien bis an die Mohren, über hundertundsiebenundzwanzig Länder,
Luther1912(i) 1 Zu den Zeiten Ahasveros [der da König war von Indien bis an Mohrenland über hundert und siebenundzwanzig Länder]
ELB1871(i) 1 Und es geschah in den Tagen des Ahasveros (das ist der Ahasveros, der von Indien bis Äthiopien über 127 Landschaften regierte),
ELB1905(i) 1 Und es geschah in den Tagen des Ahasveros [das ist der Ahasveros, der von Indien bis Äthiopien über hundertsiebenundzwanzig Landschaften regierte], In der Geschichte unter dem Namen »Xerxes« [Sohn Darius' I.] bekannt
DSV(i) 1 Het geschiedde nu in de dagen van Ahasveros, (hij is die Ahasveros, dewelke regeerde van Indië af tot aan Morenland toe, honderd zeven en twintig landschappen).
Giguet(i) 1 ¶ Or, après ces choses, il advint durant les jours d’Artaxerxès, qui régnait depuis l’Inde sur cent vingt-sept contrées,
DarbyFR(i) 1
Et aux jours d'Assuérus (cet Assuérus régnait depuis l'Inde jusqu'à l'Éthiopie sur cent vingt-sept provinces),
Martin(i) 1 Or il arriva au temps d'Assuérus, qui régnait depuis les Indes jusqu'en Ethiopie, sur cent vingt-sept provinces;
Segond(i) 1 C'était du temps d'Assuérus, de cet Assuérus qui régnait depuis l'Inde jusqu'en Ethiopie sur cent vingt-sept provinces;
SE(i) 1 Y aconteció en los días de Asuero (el Asuero que reinó desde la India hasta la Etiopía sobre ciento veinte y siete provincias),
ReinaValera(i) 1 Y ACONTECIO en los días de Assuero, (el Assuero que reinó desde la India hasta la Etiopía sobre ciento veinte y siete provincias,)
JBS(i) 1 Y aconteció en los días de Asuero (el Asuero que reinó desde la India hasta la Etiopía sobre ciento veinteisiete provincias),
Albanian(i) 1 Në kohën e Asueros, (ai Asuero që mbretëronte nga Indija deri në Etiopi mbi njëqind e njëzet e shtatë krahina),
RST(i) 1 И было во дни Артаксеркса, – этот Артаксеркс царствовал над ста двадцатью семью областями от Индии и до Ефиопии, –
Arabic(i) 1 وحدث في ايام احشويروش. هو احشويروش الذي ملك من الهند الى كوش على مئة وسبع وعشرين كورة.
Bulgarian(i) 1 А в дните на Асуир — онзи Асуир, който царуваше от Индия чак до Етиопия над сто двадесет и седем области —
Croatian(i) 1 [Druge godine kraljevanja Ahasvera Velikoga, na prvi dan Nisana, Mordokaj, sin Jaira, sina Šimejeva, sina Kišova, iz Benjaminova plemena, usni san. Mordokaj je bio Židov koji je živio u gradu Suzi, ugledan čovjek, činovnik na kraljevu dvoru; bio je jedan od onih zarobljenika što ih je Nabukodonozor, babilonski kralj, protjerao iz Jeruzalema zajedno s Jekonijom, judejskim kraljem. Ovo je njegov san. Evo: krikovi i buka, grmljavina i potres; pometenost na zemlji. Zatim: dva golema zmaja, oba spremna za borbu, brekću snažno. Na to brektanje svaki se narod pripremi za vojnu kako bi se borio protiv naroda pravednih. Bio je dan mraka i tame, jada i pečali, čemera i velike pometenosti na zemlji. Sav narod pravednih, smućen od straha pred vlastitim nesrećama, spremi se na propast i zavapi k Bogu. Od toga njihova vapaja neki malen izvor poraste u golemu rijeku, obilatu vodom. Ogranu svjetlo i sunce te se poniženi uzvisiše i proždriješe moćne. Mordokaj, koji je usnio taj san i nazrijevao što Bog kani učiniti, pošto se probudi, zadrža to u srcu trudeći se do noći da svakoj pojedinosti dokuči značenje. i Tarom, dvojicom kraljevih eunuha koja su čuvala dvor. Slušao je njihove razgovore. I proniknuv jednom njihove osnove, otkri da su se spremali podići ruke na kralja Ahasvera, pa ih prokaza kralju. A kralj podvrgnu ispitivanju oba eunuha, koji, pošto su priznali, bijahu usmrćeni. Kralj odredi da se zapišu ti događaji da bi se sačuvao spomen na njih, a opisa ih i Mordokaj. Kralj zbog toga imenova Mordokaja dostojanstvenikom u kraljevskoj palači i obdari ga poklonima. Ali Haman Hamdatin, Agađanin, koji bijaše u časti kod kralja, nastojaše da naudi Mordokaju i njegovu narodu zbog dvaju kraljevih eunuha.] Bilo je u vrijeme Ahasvera, onoga Ahasvera koji je vladao nad sto dvadeset i sedam pokrajina od Indije do Etiopije.
BKR(i) 1 Stalo se pak za času krále Asvera, (to jest ten Asverus, jenž kraloval od Indie až k Mouřenínské zemi nad sto dvadcíti a sedmi krajinami),
Danish(i) 1 Og det skete i Ahasverus's Dage (det er den Ahasverus, som regerede fra Indien og indtil Morland over hundrede og syv og tyve Landskaber),
CUV(i) 1 亞 哈 隨 魯 作 王 , 從 印 度 直 到 古 實 , 統 管 一 百 二 十 七 省 。
CUVS(i) 1 亚 哈 随 鲁 作 王 , 从 印 度 直 到 古 实 , 统 管 一 百 二 十 七 省 。
Esperanto(i) 1 Tio estis en la tempo de Ahxasxverosx, de tiu Ahxasxverosx, kiu regxis de Hindujo gxis Etiopujo, super cent dudek sep landoj.
Finnish(i) 1 Siihen aikaan, kuin Ahasverus hallitsi Indiasta Etiopiaan asti, sataa ja seitsemääkolmattakymmenta maakuntaa,
FinnishPR(i) 1 Ahasveroksen aikana-sen Ahasveroksen, joka hallitsi Intiasta Etiopiaan saakka, sataa kahtakymmentä seitsemää maakuntaa-siihen aikaan,
Haitian(i) 1 Vwala se te sou rèy wa Asyeris. Li t'ap gouvènen sanvennsèt (127) pwovens depi peyi Lend rive peyi Letiopi.
Hungarian(i) 1 Ahasvérus idejében történt (ez az Ahasvérus az, a ki uralkodott Indiától fogva Szerecsenországig százhuszonhét tartományon),
Indonesian(i) 1 Di Susan, ibukota Persia, Ahasyweros memerintah sebagai raja. Kerajaannya terdiri dari 127 provinsi, mulai dari India sampai ke Sudan.
Italian(i) 1 ORA avvenne al tempo di Assuero, ch’era quell’Assuero che regnava dall’India fino in Etiopia, sopra cenventisette provincie,
ItalianRiveduta(i) 1 Al tempo d’Assuero, di quell’Assuero che regnava dall’India sino all’Etiopia sopra centoventisette province,
Korean(i) 1 이 일은 아하수에로 왕 때에 된 것이니 아하수에로는 인도로 구스까지 일백 이십 칠 도를 치리하는 왕이라
Lithuanian(i) 1 Ahasvero, kuris valdė šimtą dvidešimt septynis kraštus nuo Indijos iki Etiopijos,
PBG(i) 1 I stało się za dni Aswerusa, (który Aswerus królował od Indyi aż do Murzyńskiej ziemi, nad stem i dwudziestą i siedmią krain.)
Portuguese(i) 1 Sucedeu nos dias de Assuero, o Assuero que reinou desde a Índia até a Etiópia, sobre cento e vinte e seis províncias,
ManxGaelic(i) 1 Nish haink eh gy-kione ayns lhing Ahasuerus (shoh yn Ahasuerus shen ren reill voish India eer gys Ethiopia, harrish shey-feed as shiaght rheamyn)
Norwegian(i) 1 I Ahasverus' tid - det var den Ahasverus som regjerte fra India like til Etiopia over hundre og syv og tyve landskaper -
Romanian(i) 1 Era pe vremea lui Ahaşveroş, al acelui Ahaşveroş care domnea dela India pînă în Etiopia peste o sută douăzeci şi şapte de ţinuturi.
Ukrainian(i) 1 І сталося за днів Ахашвероша, це той Ахашверош, що царював від Індії аж до Етіопії, сто й двадцять і сім округ,