no less than eight hundred thousand men of infantry and
cavalry--they were defeated at Raamses by Joseph and his
brethren and their little company of six hundred men. Beside
their king Bela, they left one-fourth of their army upon
the field. The loss of their king discouraged them grievously,
and they took to flight, hard pressed by Joseph, who
cut down many of the fugitives.

When he returned from the battle, Joseph ordered manacles
and fetters to be put upon Zepho and his followers, and
their captivity was made more bitter unto them than it had
been before.

The sons of Esau appointed Jobab of Bozrah to succeed
their dead king Bela. His reign lasted ten years, but they

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