Marcos 15

1 And immediately on the morning a council having been held the high–priests with the elders and scribes, even whole the sanhedrim, binding the Jesus, carried and delivered up to the Pilate.

2 And asked him the Pilate: Thou art the king of the Jews? He and answering said to him: Thou sayest.

3 And accused him the high–priests many things.

4 The and Pilate again asked him, saying: Not answerest thou nothing? see, how many things of thee they testify against.

5 The but Jesus no longer nothing answered; so as to surprise the Pilate.

6 At now feast he used to release to them one prisoner whomever they asked.

7 Was and he being named Barabbas with the insurgents having been bound, who in the sedition murder had committed.

8 And crying out the crowd began to demand, as always he did to them.

9 The but Pilate answered them saying: Do you wish I shall release to you the King of the Jews?

10 He knew for, that through envy had delivered up him the high–priests.

11 The and high–priests stirred up the crowd, that rather the Barabbas he should release to them.

12 The but Pilate answering again said to them: What then you wish I shall do whom you call a king of the Jews?

13 They but again cried out: Crucify him.

14 The and Pilate said to them: What for evil has he done? They but vehemently cried out: Crucify him.

15 The then Pilate, being willing to the crowd the satisfaction to make, released to them the Barabbas, and delivered up the Jesus, having scourged, that he might be crucified.

16 The and soldiers led away him within the court, which is a judgment hall; and they call together whole the company.

17 And they clothed him purple, and placed it around him braiding an acanthine wreath.

18 And they–began to salute him: Hail the king of the Jews.

19 And they struck of him the head with a reed, and spit upon him, and placing the knees did homage to him.

20 And when they mocked him, they took off him the purple, and put on him the clothes the own; and they led out him, that they might crucify him.

21 And they compel passing by one Simon a Cyrenian, coming from country, (the father of Alexander and Rufus), that he might bear the cross of him.

22 And they bring him to Golgotha place; which is being translated, of a skull a place.

23 And they gave him to drink having been mixed with myrrh wine; he but not received.

24 And crucifying him, they divide the clothes of him, casting lots on them, who what should take.

25 It was and hour third, and they crucified him.

26 And was the inscription of the accusation of him was written over: The king of the Jews.

27 And with him they crucify two robbers; one at right, and one at left of him.

28 And was fulfilled the writing that saying: And with lawlessness he was numbered.

29 And those passing along reviled him, shaking the heads of them, and saying: Ah, he destroying the temple, and in three days building;

30 save thyself, and come down from the cross.

31 In like manner also the high–priests, mocking to one another with the scribes, said: Others he saved, himself not is able to save?

32 The Anointed the king of the Israel, let him descend now from the cross, that we may see and may believe. And those having been crucified with him reproached him.

33 Being come and hour sixth, darkness was on whole the land, till hour ninth.

34 And the hour the ninth cried the Jesus with a voice loud, saying: Eloi, Eloi; lamma sabachthani? which is being translated: The God of me, the God of me; to what me hast thou left?

35 And some of those standing by hearing, said: Lo, Elias he calls.

36 Running and one, and filling a sponge of vinegar, attaching and to a reed, gave to drink him saying: Let alone; we may see, if comes Elias to take down him.

37 The then Jesus uttering a voice loud, breathed out.

38 And the curtain of the temple was rent into two, from above to below.

39 Seeing but the centurion, that having stood by over against him, that thus having cried he breathed out, said: Truly the man this a son was of a god.

40 Were and also women from a distance beholding; among whom was also Mary the Magdalene, and Mary the of the James the little and Joses mother, and Salome;

41 who also when he was in the Galilee, followed him, and served him; and others many, those having come up with him to Jerusalem.

42 And now evening being come (since it was preparation, that is before sabbath),

43 came Joseph that from Arimathea, of rank a senator, who also himself was expecting the kingdom of the God, assuming courage went in to Pilate, and asked for the body of the Jesus.

44 The and Pilate wondered, if already he was dead; and having called the centurion he asked him, if already he had died.

45 And knowing from the centurion, he gave the body to Joseph.

46 And having bought lien, and having taken down him, he wrapped the lien; and laid him in a tomb, which was having been hewn out of a rock; and rolled a stone against the door of the tomb.

47 The but Mary the Magdalene and Mary of Joses beheld, where he was laid.