Cham

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Cham (חָם, Regollic Hebrēisc Ḥam, Tiberisc Hebrēisc Ḥām, Ḫām, Ge'ez Kam), be þǣre Cynnreccnessa Cnēorisbōce, wæs sunu Noes and se fæder Chuses, Mizraimes, Phutes, and Chananes. David Rohl gecnǣwþ þās þēode swā þā Pēne þæs Punt.

Ham in þǣre Biblioþēcan[adihtan]

Þēawlīce is gecēpt þæt Cham wæs ān þāra suna Noes, þe tēah sūþwest intō Affrica and dǣlas þæs nēan Middlan Ēastes, and wæs se forefæder þāra þēoda þǣr. Sēo Biblioþēce belimpþ tō Egyptan swā "þæt land Chames" in (Saltere 78:51; 105:23,27; 106:22; 1Ch 4:40). Þǣt Hebrēisce word for Egyptan wæs Mizraim (gewēne bōclīce mǣnþ þā tū land), and wæs se nama ānes suna Chames. Þæt Egiptisce word for Egyptan wæs Khem, þe fægerlīce wæs se fruma þæs naman Cham, oþþe þurh sōnhwierfune betwēonan sprǣcum. Þā naman Chames ōðra cildra efenlǣcaþ þā dǣlas wiþinnan Egyptan rīcscunge - Kush, Chanan, and Phut.

Be Cnēorisbēc 9:20–25, ongann Noe tō tilienne wīnberian æfter þǣm flōde, and druncnode sume dæge. Þā hwīle þe hē druncen wæs, læg hē þā limnacod in his telde. Cham seah his fæder limnacodne, and cȳþde his brōðrum Seme and Iafethe þǣrymbe. Sem and Iafeth ēodon in þæt teld mid hira andwlītan in bewrigenum, and hine þeahton. Hwonne Noe wōc, wiste hē hwæt him belamp, and wiergde Chanan, sunu Chames, tō bēone þā þēowas Semes and Iafethes.[1]

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