Tyndale(i) 5 And ther were dwellinge at Ierusalem Iewes devoute men which were of all nacions vnder heaven. 6 When this was noysed aboute the multitude came to gether and were astonyed because that every man hearde the speake his awne touge. 7 They wondred all and marveyled sayinge amoge them selves: Beholde are not all these which speake of Galile? 8 And how heare we every man his awne touge wherein we were boren? 9 Parthians Medes and Elamytes and the inhabiters of Mesopotamia of Iury and of Capadocia of Ponthus and Asia 10 Phrigia Pamphilia and of Egypte and of the parties of Libia which is besyde Syrene and straungers of Rome Iewes and convertes 11 Grekes and Arabians: we have herde them speake with oure awne tonges the greate workes of God.