appointed thereto was Joseph.[144]

The chief butler and the chief baker had been confined
in prison ten years,[145] when they dreamed a dream, both of
them, but as for the interpretation, each dreamed only that
of the other one's dream.[146] In the morning when Joseph
brought them the water for washing, he found them sad,
depressed in spirits, and, in the manner of the sages, he
asked them why they looked different on that day from other
days. They said unto him, "We have dreamed a dream this
night, and our two dreams resemble each other in certain
particulars, and there is none that can interpret them." And
Joseph said unto them: "God granteth understanding to
man to interpret dreams. Tell them me, I pray you."[147] It

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