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  • And sons were born to Joseph in the land of Egypt, whom Asenath, the daughter of Potiphera, priest of Heliopolis, bore for him: Manasseh and Ephraim. (Genesis 46, 20)

  • Now the sons of Joseph, who were born to him in the land of Egypt, were two souls. All the souls of the house of Jacob, who went into Egypt, were seventy. (Genesis 46, 27)

  • Then he sent Judah ahead of himself, to Joseph, in order to report to him, and so that he would meet him in Goshen. (Genesis 46, 28)

  • And when he had arrived there, Joseph harnessed his chariot, and he went up to meet his father at the same place. And seeing him, he fell upon his neck, and, amid embraces, he wept. (Genesis 46, 29)

  • And the father said to Joseph, “Now I will die happy, because I have seen your face, and I am leaving you behind alive.” (Genesis 46, 30)

  • And so Joseph entered and reported to Pharaoh, saying: “My father and brothers, their sheep and herds, and everything that they possess, have arrived from the land of Canaan. And behold, they stand together in the land of Goshen.” (Genesis 47, 1)

  • And so the king said to Joseph: “Your father and brothers have come to you. (Genesis 47, 5)

  • After this, Joseph brought in his father to the king, and he stood him in his sight. He blessed him, (Genesis 47, 7)

  • Truly, Joseph gave his father and brothers a possession in Egypt, in the best place of the land, in Rameses, as Pharaoh had instructed. (Genesis 47, 11)

  • And when the buyers had run out of money, all Egypt came to Joseph, saying: “Give us bread. Why should we die in your sight, lacking money?” (Genesis 47, 15)

  • Therefore, Joseph bought all the land of Egypt, each one selling his possessions because of the magnitude of the famine. And he subjected it to Pharaoh, (Genesis 47, 20)

  • Therefore, Joseph said to the people: “So, as you discern, both you and your lands are possessed by Pharaoh; take seed and sow the fields, (Genesis 47, 23)

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