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After two whole years, Phar-
aoh dreamed that he was standing
by the Nile, and behold, there came
up out of the Nile seven cows sleek and
fat, and they fed in the reed grass. And
behold, seven other cows, gaunt and
thin, came up out of the Nile after them,
and stood by the other cows on the bank
of the Nile. And the gaunt and thin
cows ate up the seven sleek and fat cows.
And Pharaoh awoke. And he fell asleep
and dreamed a second time; and behold,
seven ears of grain, plump and good,
were growing on one stalk. And be-
hold, after them sprouted seven ears,
thin and blighted by the east wind.
And the thin ears swallowed up the
seven plump and full ears. And Pharaoh
awoke, and behold, it was a dream. So
in the morning his spirit was troubled;
and he sent and called for all the magi-
cians of Egypt and all its wise men; and
Pharaoh told them his dream, but there
was none who could interpret it to
Then the chief butler said to Phar-
aoh, "I remember my faults today.
When Pharaoh was angry with his
servants, and put me and the chief baker
in custody in the house of the captain of
the guard, we dreamed on the same
night, he and I, each having a dream
with its own meaning. A young He-
brew was there with us, a servant of the
captain of the guard; and when we told
him, he interpreted our dreams to us,
giving an interpretation to each man ac-
cording to his dream. And as he in-
terpreted to us, so it came to pass; I
was restored to my office, and the baker
was hanged."
Then Pharaoh sent and called
Joseph, and they brought him hastily
out of the dungeon; and when he had
shaved himself and changed his clothes,
he came in before Pharaoh. And
Pharaoh said to Joseph, "I have had a
dream, and there is no one who can
interpret it; and I have heard it said of
you that when you hear a dream you can
interpret it." Joseph answered Phar-
aoh, "It is not in me; God will give
Pharaoh a favourable answer." Then
Pharaoh said to Joseph, "Behold, in my
dream I was standing on the banks of
the Nile; and seven cows, fat and
sleek, came up out of the Nile and fed
in the reed grass; and seven other
cows came up after them, poor and very
gaunt and thin, such as I had never seen
in all the land of Egypt. And the thin
and gaunt cows ate up the first seven
fat cows, but when they had eaten
them no one would have known that
they had eaten them, for they were still
as gaunt as at the beginning. Then I
awoke. I also saw in my dream seven
ears growing on one stalk, full and
good; and seven ears, withered, thin,
and blighted by the east wind, sprouted
after them, and the thin ears swal-
lowed up the seven good ears. And I
told it to the magicians, but there was
no one who could explain it to me."
Then Joseph said to Pharaoh,
"The dream of Pharaoh what he is about to
do. The seven good cows are seven
years, and the seven good ears are seven
years; the dream is one. The seven
lean and gaunt cows that came up after
them are seven years, and the seven
empty ears blighted by the east wind are
also seven years of famine. It is as I
told Pharaoh, God has shown to
Pharaoh what he is about to do. There
will come seven years of great plenty
throughout all the land of Egypt, but
after them there will arise seven years of
famine, and all the plenty will be for-
gotten in the land of Egypt; the famine
will consume the land, and the plenty
will be unknown in the land by reason
of that famine which will follow, for it
will be very grievous. And the dou-
bling of Pharaoh's dream means that the
thing is fixed by God, and God will
shortly bring it to pass. Now therefore
let Pharaoh select a man discreet and
wise, and set him over the land of
Egypt. Let Pharaoh proceed to ap-
point overseers over the land, and take
the fifth part of the produce of the land
of Egypt during the seven plenteous
years. And let them gather all the food
of these good years that are coming, and
lay up grain under the authority of
Pharaoh for food in the cities, and let
them keep it. That food shall be a
reserve for the land against the seven
years of famine which are to befall the
land Egypt, so that the land may not
perish through the famine."
This proposal seemed good to
Pharaoh and to all his servants. And
Pharaoh said to his servants, "Can we
find such a man as this, in whom is the
Sprit of God?" So Pharaoh said to
Joseph, "Since God has shown you all
this, there is none so discreet and wise
as you are; you shall be over my
house, and all my people shall order
themselves as you command; only as
regards the throne will I be greater than
you." And Pharaoh said to Joseph,
"Behold, I have set you over all the land
of Egypt." Then Pharaoh took his
signet ring from his hand and put it on
Joseph's hand, and arrayed him in
garments of fine linen, and put a gold
chain about his neck; and he made
him to ride in his second chariot; and
they cried before him, "Bow the knee!"
Thus he set him over all the land of
Egypt. Moreover Pharaoh said to
Joseph, "I am Pharaoh, and without
your consent no man shall lift up hand
or foot in all the land of Egypt." And
Pharaoh called Joseph's name Zaph'-
enath-pane'ah; and he gave him in
marriage As'enath, the daughter of
Poti'phera priest of On. So Joseph went
out over the land of Egypt.
Joseph was thirty years old when
he entered the service of Pharaoh king
of Egypt. And Joseph went out from the
presence of Pharaoh, and went through
all the land of Egypt. During the
seven plenteous years the earth brought
forth abundantly, and he gathered up
all the food of the seven years when
there was plenty in the land of egypt,
and stored up food in the cities; he
stored up in every city the food from the
fields around it. And Joseph stored up
grain in great abundance, like the sand
of the sea, until he ceased to measure it,
for it could not be measured.
Before the year of famine came,
Joseph had two sons, whom As'enath,
the daughter of Poti'phera priest of On,
bore to him. Joseph called the name
of the first-born Manas'seh, "For,"
he said, "God has made me forget all
my hardship and all my father's house."
The name of the second he called
E'phraim, "For God has made me
fruitful in the Land of my affliction."
The seven years of plenty that pre-
vailed in the land of Egypt came to an
end; and the seven years of famine
began to come, as Joseph had said.
There was famine in all lands; but in
all the land of Egypt there was bread.
When all the land of Egypt was
famished, the people cried to Pharaoh
for bread; and Pharaoh said to all the
Egyptians, "Go to Joseph; what he says
to you, do." So when the famine had
spread over all the land, Joseph opened
all the storehouses, and sold to the
Egyptians, for the famine was severe in
the land of Egypt. Moreover, all the
earth came to Egypt to Joseph to buy
grain, because the famine was severe
over all the earth.