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  • And the princes reported it to Pharaoh, and they praised her to him. And the woman was inducted into the house of Pharaoh. (Genesis 12, 15)

  • But the Lord scourged Pharaoh and his house with great wounds because of Sarai, the wife of Abram. (Genesis 12, 17)

  • And Pharaoh called Abram, and he said to him: “What is this that you have done to me? Why did you not tell me she was your wife? (Genesis 12, 18)

  • And Pharaoh instructed his men about Abram. And they led him away with his wife and all that he had. (Genesis 12, 20)

  • the Midianites in Egypt sold Joseph to Potiphar, a eunuch of Pharaoh, instructor of the soldiers. (Genesis 37, 36)

  • Meanwhile, Joseph was led into Egypt. And Putiphar, a eunuch of Pharaoh, a leader of the army, an Egyptian man, purchased him from the hand of the Ishmaelites, by whom he was brought. (Genesis 39, 1)

  • And Pharaoh, being angry with them, (now the one was in charge of the cupbearers, the other of the millers of grain) (Genesis 40, 2)

  • And the cup of Pharaoh was in my hand. Therefore, I took the grapes, and I pressed them into the cup that I held, and I handed the cup to Pharaoh.” (Genesis 40, 11)

  • after which Pharaoh will remember your service, and he will restore you to your former position. And you will give him the cup according to your office, as you were accustomed to do before. (Genesis 40, 13)

  • Only remember me, when it will be well with you, and do me this mercy, to suggest to Pharaoh to lead me out of this prison. (Genesis 40, 14)

  • after which Pharaoh will carry away your head, and also suspend you from a cross, and the birds will tear your flesh.” (Genesis 40, 19)

  • The third day thereafter was the birthday of Pharaoh. And making a great feast for his servants, he remembered, during the banquet, the chief cupbearer and the chief miller of grain. (Genesis 40, 20)


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