Mateus 27

1 Morning and having come, a council held all the high–priests and the elders of the people against the Jesus, so us to deliver to death him.

2 And binding him, they led, and delivered up him to Pontius Pilate the governor.

3 Then seeing Judas, that betraying him, that he was condemned, repenting he returned the thirty pieces of silver to the high–priests and the elders,

4 saying: I sinned, having delivered up blood innocent. They but said: What to us? Thou wilt see.

5 And hurling the pieces of silver in the temple, he withdrew; and having gone forth strangled himself.

6 The and high–priests, taking the pieces of silver, said: Not it is lawful to put them into the treasury, since price of blood it is.

7 Counsel and taking, they bought with them the field of the potter, to bury the strangers.

8 Therefore is called the field that, a field of blood, to the day.

9 Then was fulfilled the word spoken through Jeremiah the prophet, saying: And I took the thirty pieces of silver, the price of the having been valued, whom they valued from sons of Israel,

10 and gave them for the field of the potter; even as directed me a Lord.

11 The and Jesus stood in presence of the governor; and asked him the governor, saying: Thou art the king of the Jews? The and Jesus said to him: Thou sayest.

12 And in the to be accused him by the high–priests and the elders, nothing he answered.

13 Then says to him the Pilate: Not thou hearest, how many things of thee they bear witness against?

14 And not he answered him to not even one word; so as to astonish the governor greatly.

15 At and a feast was accustomed the governor to release one to the crowd prisoner, whom they wished.

16 They had and then a prisoner noted, being called Barabbas.

17 Having being assembled then of them, said to them the Pilate: Which wish you I release to you? Barabbas or Jesus, the being called Anointed?

18 He knew for, that through envy they had delivered up him.

19 Being seated and of him upon the tribunal, sent to him the wife of him, saying: Nothing to thee and to the just one that; many things for I suffered this day in a dream because of him.

20 The but high–priests and the elders persuaded the crowds, that they should ask the Barabbas, the and Jesus they might destroy.

21 Answering and the governor said to them: Which wish you of the two I shall release to you? They and said: Barabbas.

22 He says to them the Pilate: What then shall I do Jesus, the being called Anointed? They say to him all: Let him be crucified.

23 The and governor said: What for evil has he done? They but vehemently cried, saying: Let him be crucified.

24 Seeing and the Pilate that nothing profits, but rather a tumult is made, taking water, he washed the hands before the crowd, saying: Innocent I am from the blood of the just of this; you shall see.

25 And answering all the people said: The blood of him upon us, and upon the children of us.

26 Then he released to them the Barabbas, the and Jesus having scourged he delivered up, that he might be crucified.

27 Then the soldiers of the governor taking the Jesus into the judgment hall, they gathered together to him whole the company.

28 And having stripped him, they put on to him a soldier’s cloak scarlet.

29 And braiding a crown of thorns, placed upon the head of him, and a reed of the right of him; and bending the knee in presence of him, mocked him, saying: Hail, the king of the Jews.

30 And spitting on him, they took the reed, and struck on the head of him.

31 And when they had mocked him, they took off him the soldier’s cloak, and put on him the garments of him; and led away him into the to be crucified.

32 Going out and, they met a man a Cyrenian, by name Simon; him they compelled, that he might carry the cross of him.

33 And coming into a place being called Golgotha, which is being called of a skull a place,

34 they gave to him to drink vinegar with gall having been mixed; and having tasted, not he would drink.

35 Crucifying and him, they divided the garments of him, casting a lot.

36 And being seated they watched him there.

37 And they placed above the head of him the accusation of him having been written: This is Jesus the king of the Jews.

38 Then were crucified with him two robbers; one by right, and one by left.

39 Those and passing along reviled him, shaking the heads of them,

40 and saying: He overthrowing the temple, and in three days building, save thyself; if a son thou art of the God, come down from the cross.

41 Likewise and also the high–priests, mocking with the scribes and elders, said:

42 Others he saved, himself not is able to save; if a king of Israel he is, let him come down now from the cross, and we will give credit to him.

43 He trusted in the God; let him rescue now him, if he wishes him; he said for: That of God I am a son.

44 That through it also the robbers, those being crucified with him, reproached him.

45 From now sixth hour darkness was on all the land, till hour ninth.

46 About and the ninth hour cried out the Jesus with a voice great, saying: Eli, Eli; lama sabachthani? that is: O God of me, O God of me; why me hast thou forsaken?

47 Some and of those there standing, having heard, said: For Elias he cries this.

48 And immediately running one of them, and taking a sponge, filling and of vinegar, and attaching to a reed, gave to drink him.

49 The but others said: Leave alone; we may see, if comes Elias, will be saving him.

50 The then Jesus, again crying with a voice great, resigned the breath.

51 And lo, the curtain of the temple was rent into two, from above to below; and the earth was shaken, and the rocks were rent,

52 and the tombs were opened; and many bodies of the having been asleep holy ones were raised,

53 and coming forth from the tombs, after the resurrection of him went into the holy city, and appeared to many.

54 The and centurion and those with him watching the Jesus, seeing the earthquake and the things being done, they were afraid much, saying: Truly of God a son was this.

55 Were and there women many from a distance beholding; who followed the Jesus from the Galilee, ministering to him;

56 among whom was Mary the Magdalene, and Mary the of the James and Joses mother, and the mother of the sons of Zebedee.

57 Evening and being come, came a man rich from Arimathea, by name Joseph, who also himself was discipled to the Jesus.

58 He coming to the Pilate requested the body of the Jesus. Then the Pilate ordered to be given the body.

59 And taking the body the Joseph, wrapped it fine linen cloth clean;

60 and laid it in the new of himself tomb, which he had hewn in the rock; and having rolled a stone great of the door of the tomb he went away.

61 Was and there Mary the Magdalene, and the other Mary, sitting over against the sepulchre.

62 The now next day, which is after the preparation, were assembled the high–priests and the Pharisees to the Pilate,

63 saying: O sir, we remember, that that the deceiver said while living: After three days I will arise.

64 Do thou command therefore to be made fast the tomb till the third day lest coming the disciples of him, might steal him, and might say to the people: He has been raised from the dead; and will be the last fraud worse of the first.

65 Said to them the Pilate: You have a guard; go you, make fast as you know.

66 They and going made fast the tomb, having sealed the stone, with the guard.