And being asked by him: How many are the days of the years of thy life?
He answered: The days of my pilgrimage are a hundred and thirty years, few, and evil, and they are not come up to the days of the pilgrimage of my fathers.
And blessing the king, he went out.
But Joseph gave a possession to his father and his brethren in Egypt, in the best place of the land, in Ramesses, as Pharao had commanded.
And he nourished them, and all his father’s house, allowing food to every one.
For in the whole world there was want of bread, and a famine had oppressed the land, more especially of Egypt and Chanaan;
Out of which he gathered up all the money for the corn which they bought, and brought it in to the king’s treasure.
And when the buyers wanted money, all Egypt came to Joseph, saying: Give us bread: why should we die in thy presence, having now no money?
And he answered them: Bring me your cattle, and for them I will give you food, if you have no money.
And when they had brought them, he gave them food in exchange for their horses, and sheep, and oxen, and asses: and he maintained them that year for the exchange of their cattle.
And they came the second year, and said to him: We will not hide from our lord, how that our money is spent, and our cattle also are gone: neither art thou ignorant that we have nothing now left but our bodies and our lands.