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  • and the people were reduced to slavery, from one end of Egypt's territory to the other. (Genesis 47, 21)

  • Thus Joseph made it a law for the land in Egypt, which is still in force, that a fifth of its produce should go to Pharaoh. Only the land of the priests did not pass over to Pharaoh. (Genesis 47, 26)

  • Thus Israel settled in the land of Egypt, in the region of Goshen. There they acquired property, were fertile, and increased greatly. (Genesis 47, 27)

  • Jacob lived in the land of Egypt for seventeen years; the span of his life came to a hundred and forty-seven years. (Genesis 47, 28)

  • When the time approached for Israel to die, he called his son Joseph and said to him: "If you really wish to please me, put your hand under my thigh as a sign of your constant loyalty to me; do not let me be buried in Egypt. (Genesis 47, 29)

  • When I lie down with my ancestors, have me taken out of Egypt and buried in their burial place." (Genesis 47, 30)

  • Your two sons, therefore, who were born to you in the land of Egypt before I joined you here, shall be mine; Ephraim and Manasseh shall be mine as much as Reuben and Simeon are mine. (Genesis 48, 5)

  • So Joseph left to bury his father; and with him went all of Pharaoh's officials who were senior members of his court and all the other dignitaries of Egypt, (Genesis 50, 7)

  • After Joseph had buried his father he returned to Egypt, together with his brothers and all who had gone up with him for the burial of his father. (Genesis 50, 14)

  • Joseph remained in Egypt, together with his father's family. He lived a hundred and ten years. (Genesis 50, 22)

  • Joseph died at the age of a hundred and ten. He was embalmed and laid to rest in a coffin in Egypt. (Genesis 50, 26)

  • These are the names of the sons of Israel who, accompanied by their households, migrated with Jacob into Egypt: (Exodus 1, 1)

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