Tyndale(i) 1 And the Lorde spake vnto Moses saynge: 2 this is the lawe of a leper when he shalbe clesed. he shalbe broughte vnto the preast, 3 and the preast shall goo out without the hoste and loke apo him. Yf the plage of leprosye be healed in the leper, 4 the shall the preast commaunde that there be brought for hi that shalbe clensed .ij. lyuynge byrdes that are cleane, ad cipresse wodd, and a pece of purple cloth and ysope. 5 And the preast shall comaunde that one of the byrdes be kylled ouer an erthe vessell of runnynge water. 6 And the preast shall take the lyuynge byrde and the cypresse wodd and the purple ad the ysope, ad shall dyppe the and the lyuynge byrde in the bloude of the slayne byrde and in the renynge water 7 and sprinkle it apon him that must be clensed of his leprosye .vij. tymes and clense him and shall let the lyuynge byrde goo fre in to the feldes. 8 And he that is clesed shall wasshe his clothes and shaue off all his heer ad wasshe himselfe in water, and the he is cleane. And after that he shall come in to the hoste but shall tarye without his tet .vij. dayes. 9 Whe the seuenth daye is come, he shall shaue off al his heer both apo his heade ad his berde ad on his browes: ad eue all the heer that is on him, shalbe shauen off. And he shall wasshe his clothes and his flesh in water and then he shalbe cleane. 10 And when the .viij. daye is come, let him take ij. lambes without blemysh and a yewelambe of a yere olde without blemysh, and .iij. tenthdeales of fyne floure for a meatofferynge myngled with oyle, and a logge of oyle. 11 Than let the preast that maketh him cleane, brynge the man that is made cleane with those thynges before the Lorde vnto the dore of the tabernacle of witnesse. 12 And lett the preast take one of the labes and offer him for a trespaceofferynge, and the logge of oyle: and waue them before the Lorde. 13 And than let him slee the lambe in the place where the synofferynge and the burntofferynge are slayne: eue in the holy place. for as the synofferynge is, eue so is the trespace offerynge the preastes: for it is most holy. 14 Than lett the preast take of the bloude of the trespaceofferynge, and put it apo the typpe of the right eare of him that is clensed, and apon the thombe of his righte hande and apon the greate too of his righte fote. 15 Then let the preast take of the logge of oyle and poure it in to the palme of his lefte hande, 16 ad dippe his right finger in the oyle that is in the palme of his lefte hand, ad let him sprinkle it with his fynger vij. tymes before the Lorde. 17 And of the rest of the oyle that is in his hande, shall the preast put apon the typpe of the righte eare of him that is clensed, and apon the thombe of his righte hande, and apon the great too of his righte fote: eue apon the bloude of the trespaceofferynge. 18 And the remnaunte of the oyle that is in the preastes hande, he shall poure apon the heede off hym that is clensed: and so shall the preaste make an attonement for him before the Lorde, 19 Then let the preast offer the synneofferynge, ad make an attonement for him that is clensed for his vnclenesse. And tha let the burntoffrynge be slayne, 20 ad let the preast put both the burntofferynge and the meateoffrynge apo the alter: ad make an attonement for him, ad tha he shalbe cleane. 21 Yf he be poore ad can not gett so moch, tha let him bringe one lambe for a trespaceoffrynge to waue it and to make an attonement for him, ad a tenth deale of fine floure myngled with oyle for a meatoffrynge ad a logge of oyle, 22 ad two turtyll doues or two yonge pygeons which he is able to gett ad let the one be a synneoffrynge and the other a burntoffryng. 23 And let him brynge them the .viij, daye for his clensynge vnto the preast to the dore of the tabernacle of witnesse before the Lorde. 24 And let the preast take the lambe that is the trespaceoffrynge and the logge of oyle, ad waue them before the Lorde. 25 And whe the lambe of the trespaceoffrynge is kylled, the preast shall take of the bloude of the trespaceoffrynge, and put it apon the typpe of his righte eare that is clensed, and apon the thombe of his righte hande, and apon the greate too of hys righte fote. 26 And the preast shall poure of the oyle in to his righte hande, 27 and shall sprinkle with his finger of the oyle that is in his lefte hande .vij. tymes before the Lord. 28 And the preast shall put of the oyle that is in his hande (apon the typpe of the righte eare of hi that is clensed, and apo the thombe of his righte hande and apon the great too of his righte fote: euen in the place where the bloude of the trespaceofferynge was put, 29 And the reste of the oyle that is in his hande, he shall poure apon the heede of him that is clensed: to make an attonemet for him before the Lorde. 30 And he shall offer one of the turtyll doues or of the yonge pigeons, soch as he can gett: 31 the one for a synneofferynge and the other for a burntoffrynge apo the alter. And so shall the preast make an attonemet for him that is clensed before the Lorde. 32 This is the lawe of him that hath the plage of leprosye, whose hand is not able to gett that which pertayneth to hys clensynge. 33 And the Lorde spake vnto Moses ad Aaro saynge: 34 when ye be come vnto the lond of Canaan which I geue you to possesse: yf I put the plage of leprosye in any housse of the lande of youre possession, 35 let him that oweth the house go ad tell the preast saynge, me thinke that there is as it were a leprosy in the housse. 36 And the preast shall comaunde them to ryd all thinge out of the housse, before the preaste goo in to se the plage: that he make not all that is in the housse vncleane, and then the preast shall goo in and se the housse. 37 Yf the preast se that the plage is in the walles of the housse ad that there be holowe strakes pale or rede which seme to be lower than the other partes of the wall, 38 then let the preast go out at the housse dores ad shett vp the housse for .vij. dayes. 39 And let the preast come againe the seuenth daye ad se it: yf the plage be encreased in the walles of the housse, 40 let the preast comaunde the to take awaye the stones in which the plage is, ad let the cast the in a foule place without the citie, 41 ad scrape the house within rounde aboute, ad poure out the dust without the citie in a foule place. 42 And let them take other stones and put them in the places of those stones, and other morter: ad playster the housse with all. 43 Yf now the plage come agayne ad breake out in the housse, after that they haue taken awaye the stones and scraped the housse, and after that the housse is playsterd anew: 44 let the preast come and se it. And yf then he perceaue that the plage hath eate further in the housse, then it is a fretynge leprosye that is in the housse ad it is vncleane. 45 Then they shall breake doune the housse: both stones, tymbre ad all the morter of the housse, and carye it out of the citye vnto a foule place. 46 Moreouer he that goeth in to the housse all the whyle that it is shett vp, shalbe vncleane vntyll nighte. 47 And he that slepeth in the housse shall wasshe his clothes, and he also that eateth in the housse shall wasshe hys clothes. 48 But and yf the preast come and se that the plage hath sprede no futher in the housse after that it is new playsterd, the let him make it cleane for the plage is healed. 49 And let him take to clense the housse with all: two birdes, cypresse wodd, ad purple clothe ad ysope. 50 And let him kyll one of the byrdes ouer an erthen vessel of runnynge water, 51 ad take the cipresse wodd, the ysope, the purple ad the lyuynge byrde, ad dyppe them in the bloude of the slayne byrde and in the runninge water, and sprinkle apon the housse seuen tymes, 52 and clense the housse with the bloude of the byrde, and with the runninge water, ad with the lyuyng byrde, ad with the cypresse wodd, ad the ysope ad the purple clothe 53 And he shall lett the lyuynge byrde flee oute off the towne in to the wylde feldes, and so make an attonement for the housse, and it shalbe cleane. 54 This is the lawe of all maner plage of leprosye and breakynge out, 55 and of the leprosye off clothe and housse: 56 and of rysynges, scabbes and glysterynge white 57 57, to teache when a thinge is vncleane or cleane. This is the lawe off leprosye.