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2 “And now I will tell you the atruth. Behold, three more kings are going to arise 1in Persia. Then a fourth will gain far more riches than all of them; as soon as he becomes strong through his riches, 2he will arouse the whole empire against the realm of 3bGreece.
4 “But as soon as he has arisen, his kingdom will be broken up and parceled out atoward the bfour 1points of the compass, though not to his own descendants, nor according to his authority which he wielded, for his sovereignty will be cuprooted and given to others besides 2them.
6 “After some years they will form an alliance, and the daughter of the king of the South will come to the aking of the North to carry out 1a peaceful arrangement. But she will not retain her 2position of power, nor will he remain with his 3power, but she will be given up, along with those who brought her in and the one who sired her as well as he who supported her in those times.
7 “But one of the 1descendants of her line will arise in his place, and he will come against their army and enter the afortress of the king of the North, and he will deal with them and display great strength.
8 “Also their agods with their 1metal images and their precious vessels of silver and gold he will take into captivity to Egypt, and he on his part will 2refrain from attacking the king of the North for some years.
9 “Then 1the latter will enter the realm of the king of the South, but will return to his own land.
11 “The aking of the South will be enraged and go forth and fight 1with the king of the North. Then the latter will raise a great multitude, but that multitude will be given into 2the hand of the former.
14 “Now in those times many will rise up against the king of the South; the violent ones among your people will also lift themselves up in order to fulfill the vision, but they will 1fall down.
15 “Then the king of the North will come, cast up a asiege ramp and capture a well-fortified city; and the forces of the South will not stand their ground, not even 1their choicest troops, for there will be no strength to make a stand.
17 “He will aset his face to come with the power of his whole kingdom, 1bringing with him 2a proposal of peace which he will put into effect; he will also give him the daughter of women to ruin it. But she will not take a stand for him or be 3on his side.
21 “In his place a despicable person will arise, on whom the honor of kingship has not been conferred, but he will come in a time of tranquility and aseize the kingdom by intrigue.
22 “The overflowing aforces will be flooded away before him and shattered, and also the prince of the covenant.
24 “1In a time of tranquility he will enter the arichest parts of the 2realm, and he will accomplish what his fathers never did, nor his 3ancestors; he will distribute plunder, booty and possessions among them, and he will devise his schemes against strongholds, but only for a time.
25 “He will stir up his strength and 1courage against the aking of the South with a large army; so the king of the South will mobilize an extremely large and mighty army for war; but he will not stand, for schemes will be devised against him.
28 “Then he will return to his land with much 1plunder; but his heart will be set against the holy covenant, and he will take action and then return to his own land.
29 “At the appointed time he will return and come into the South, but 1this last time it will not turn out the way it did before.
30 “For ships of 1aKittim will come against him; therefore he will be disheartened and will return and become enraged at the holy covenant and take action; so he will come back and show regard for those who forsake the holy covenant.
36 “Then the king will ado as he pleases, and he will exalt and bmagnify himself above every god and will cspeak 1monstrous things against the dGod of gods; and he will prosper until the eindignation is finished, for that which is fdecreed will be done.
37 “He will show no regard for the 1gods of his fathers or for the desire of women, nor will he show regard for any other god; for he will magnify himself above them all.
38 “But 1instead he will honor a god of fortresses, a god whom his fathers did not know; he will honor him with gold, silver, costly stones and treasures.
39 “He will take action against the strongest of fortresses with the help of a foreign god; he will give great honor to 1those who acknowledge him and will cause them to rule over the many, and will parcel out land for a price.
40 “At the aend time the bking of the South will collide with him, and the cking of the North will dstorm against him with chariots, with horsemen and with many ships; and he will enter countries, eoverflow them and pass through.
44 “But rumors from the East and from the North will disturb him, and he will go forth with great wrath to destroy and 1annihilate many.
45 “He will pitch the tents of his royal pavilion between the seas and the beautiful aHoly Mountain; yet he will come to his end, and no one will help him.
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