Esther 7

ECB(i) 1
And the sovereign and Haman come to drink with Ester the sovereigness. 2 And the sovereign also says to Ester on the second day at the banquet of wine, What is your petition, sovereigness Ester? and so be it given you; And what is your request? and so be it worked to the half of the sovereigndom. 3 And Ester the sovereigness answers and says, If I find charism in your eyes, O sovereign and if it be good with the sovereign, may my soul be given me at my petition and my people at my request; 4 for we have been sold, I and my people, to desolate, to slaughter and to destruct. Even though we have been sold for servants and maids, I hushed; although the tribulator equated not the damage of the sovereign. 5 And sovereign Achash Rosh answers and says to Ester the sovereigness, Who is he and where is he, whose heart has filled him thus to work? 6 And Ester says, The tribulator and enemy is this evil Haman. - and Haman is frightened at the face of the sovereign and the sovereigness. 7 And the sovereign rises from the banquet of wine, and in his fury goes into the palace garden; and Haman stands to beseech for his soul to Ester the sovereigness; for he sees that there is evil finished against him by the sovereign. 8 And the sovereign returns from the palace garden to the house of the banquet of wine; and Haman falls upon the bed whereon Ester is. And the sovereign says, Subdues he also the sovereigness in front of me in the house? As the word goes from the mouth of the sovereign, they cover the face of Haman. 9 And Harbonah, one of the eunuchs, says at the face of the sovereign, Behold also, the tree fifty cubits high, which Haman worked for Mordekay who worded good for the sovereign, stands in the house of Haman. And the sovereign says, Hang him thereon. 10 - and they hang Haman on the tree he prepared for Mordekay - and the fury of the sovereign is assuaged.