his own territory. The sons of Jacob pursued after them,
but they slew none, out of respect for the remains of Esau.

On the third day a great army gathered together, consisting
of the inhabitants of Seir and the children of the East,
and they marched down into Egypt with the purpose of
making war upon Joseph and his brethren. In the battle
that came off, this army was almost totally destroyed, not
less than six hundred thousand men were mowed down by
Joseph and his warriors, and the small remnant fled
Returned to their own country after this fatal
campaign, the sons of Esau and the sons of Seir fell to
quarrelling among themselves, and the sons of Seir demanded
that their former allies leave the place, because it was they

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