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Daniel's vision of the ram and the he goat interpreted by the angel Gabriel.

[1] In the third year of the reign of king Baltasar, a vision appeared to me. I Daniel, after what I had seen in the beginning,
Anno tertio regni Baltassar regis, visio apparuit mihi. Ego Daniel, post id quod videram in principio,

[2] Saw in my vision when I was in the castle of Susa, which is in the province of Elam: and I saw in the vision that I was over the gate of Ulai.
vidi in visione mea, cum essem in Susis castro, quod est in Aelam regione : vidi autem in visione esse me super portam Ulai.

[3] And I lifted up my eyes, and saw: and behold a ram stood before the water, having two high horns, and one higher than the other, and growing up.
Et levavi oculus meos, et vidi : et ecce aries unus stabat ante paludem, habens cornua excelsa, et unum excelsius altero atque succrescens. Postea

[4] Afterward I saw the ram pushing with his horns against the west, and against the north, and against the south: and no beasts could withstand him, nor be delivered out of his hand: and he did according to his own will, and became great.
vidi arietem cornibus ventilantem contra occidentem, et contra aquilonem, et contra meridiem, et omnes bestiae non poterant resistere ei, neque liberari de manu ejus : fecitque secundum voluntatem suam, et magnificatus est.

[5] And I understood: and behold a he goat came from the west on the face of the whole earth, and he touched not the ground, and the he goat had a notable horn between his eyes.
Et ego intelligebam : ecce autem hircus caprarum veniebat ab occidente super faciem totius terrae, et non tangebat terram : porro hircus habebat cornu insigne inter oculos suos.

[6] And he went up to the ram that had the horns, which I had seen standing before the gate, and he ran towards him in the force of his strength.
Et venit usque ad arietem illum cornutum, quem videram stantem ante portam, et cucurrit ad eum in impetu fortitudinis suae.

[7] And when he was come near the ram, he was enraged against him, and struck the ram: and broke his two horns, and the ram could not withstand him: and when he had cast him down on the ground, he stamped upon him, and none could deliver the ram out of his hand.
Cumque appropinquasset prope arietem, efferatus est in eum, et percussit arietem : et comminuit duo cornua ejus, et non poterat aries resistere ei : cumque eum misisset in terram, conculcavit, et nemo quibat liberare arietem de manu ejus.

[8] And the he goat became exceeding great: and when he was grown, the great horn was broken, and there came up four horns under it towards the four winds of heaven.
Hircus autem caprarum magnus factus est nimis : cumque crevisset, fractum est cornu magnum, et orta sunt quatuor cornua subter illud per quatuor ventos caeli.

[9] And out of one of them came forth a little horn: and it became great against the south, and against the east, and against the strength.
De uno autem ex eis egressum est cornu unum modicum : et factum est grande contra meridiem, et contra orientem, et contra fortitudinem.

[10] And it was magnified even unto the strength of heaven: and it threw down of the strength, and of the stars, and trod upon them.
Et magnificatum est usque ad fortitudinem caeli : et dejecit de fortitudine, et de stellis, et conculcavit eas.

[11] And it was magnified even to the prince of the strength: and it took away from him the continual sacrifice, and cast down the place of his sanctuary.
Et usque ad principem fortitudinis magnificatum est : et ab eo tulit juge sacrificium, et dejecit locum sanctificationis ejus.

[12] And strength was given him against the continual sacrifice, because of sins: and truth shall be cast down on the ground, and he shall do and shall prosper.
Robur autem datum est ei contra juge sacrificium propter peccata : et prosternetur veritas in terra, et faciet, et prosperabitur.

[13] And I heard one of the saints speaking, and one saint said to another, I know not to whom that was speaking: How long shall be the vision, concerning the continual sacrifice, and the sin of the desolation that is made: and the sanctuary, and the strength be trodden under foot?
Et audivi unum de sanctis loquentem : et dixit unus sanctus alteri nescio cui loquenti : Usquequo visio, et juge sacrificium, et peccatum desolationis quae facta est : et sanctuarium, et fortitudo conculcabitur?

[14] And he said to him: Unto evening and morning two thousand three hundred days: and the sanctuary shall be cleansed.
Et dixit ei : Usque ad vesperam et mane, dies duo millia trecenti : et mundabitur sanctuarium.

[15] And it came to pass when I Daniel saw the vision, and sought the meaning, that behold there stood before me as it were the appearance of a man.
Factum est autem cum viderem ego Daniel visionem, et quaererem intelligentiam : ecce stetit in conspectu meo quasi species viri.

[16] And I heard the voice of a man between Ulai: and he called, and said: Gabriel, make this man to understand the vision.
Et audivi vocem viri inter Ulai : et clamavit, et ait : Gabriel, fac intelligere istam visionem.

[17] And he came and stood near where I stood: and when he was come, I fell on my face trembling, and he said to me: Understand, O son of man, for in the time of the end the vision shall be fulfilled.
Et venit, et stetit juxta ubi ego stabam : cumque venisset, pavens corrui in faciem meam : et ait ad me : Intellige, fili hominis, quoniam in tempore finis complebitur visio.

[18] And when he spoke to me I fell flat on the ground: and he touched me, and set me upright,
Cumque loqueretur ad me, collapsus sum pronus in terram : et tetigit me, et statuit me in gradu meo,

[19] And he said to me: I will shew thee what things are to come to pass in the end of the malediction: for the time hath its end.
dixitque mihi : Ego ostendam tibi quae futura sunt in novissimo maledictionis : quoniam habet tempus finem suum.

[20] The ram, which thou sawest with horns, is the king of the Medes and Persians.
Aries, quem vidisti habere cornua, rex Medorum est atque Persarum.

[21] And the he goat, is the king of the Greeks, and the great horn that was between his eyes, the same is the first king.
Porro hircus caprarum, rex Graecorum est; et cornu grande, quod erat inter oculos ejus, ipse est rex primus.

[22] But whereas when that was broken, there arose up four for it: four kings shall rise up of his nation, but not with his strength.
Quod autem fracto illo surrexerunt quatuor pro eo : quatuor reges de gente ejus consurgent, sed non in fortitudine ejus.

[23] And after their reign, when iniquities shall be grown up, there shall arise a king of a shameless face, and understanding dark sentences.
Et post regnum eorum, cum creverint iniquitates, consurget rex impudens facie, et intelligens propositiones;

[24] And his power shall be strengthened, but not by his own force: and he shall lay all things waste, and shall prosper, and do more than can be believed. And he shall destroy the mighty, and the people of the saints,
et roborabitur fortitudo ejus, sed non in viribus suis : et supra quam credi potest, universa vastabit, et prosperabitur, et faciet. Et interficiet robustos, et populum sanctorum

[25] According to his will, and craft shall be successful in his hand: and his heart shall be puffed up, and in the abundance of all things he shall kill many: and he shall rise up against the prince of princes, and shall be broken without hand.
secundum voluntatem suam, et dirigetur dolus in manu ejus : et cor suum magnificabit, et in copia rerum omnium occidet plurimos : et contra principem principum consurget, et sine manu conteretur.

[26] And the vision of the evening and the morning, which was told, is true: thou therefore seal up the vision, because it shall come to pass after many days.
Et visio vespere et mane, quae dicta est, vera est : tu ergo visionem signa, quia post multos dies erit.

[27] And I Daniel languished, and was sick for some days: and when I was risen up, I did the king's business, and I was astonished at the vision, and there was none that could interpret it.
Et ego Daniel langui, et aegrotavi per dies : cumque surrexissem, faciebam opera regis, et stupebam ad visionem, et non erat qui interpretaretur.

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