Ezekiel, Syriac Peshitta version

28.11 And the word of the Lord was upon me to say,

28.12 "Son of man, lament over the king of Tyre and say to him: 'Thus says the Lord of Lords: You were the seal of the likenss who was full of wisdom and the drown of glory."

28.13 In Eden, the Pardise of God you were, with every beauthiful stone you were girded: Carnelian, chrysolite, and amethyst; Beryl, lapis lazuli, and jasper; Sapphire, turquoise, and emerald. And with gold you filled your treasure house. Precious stones were in your storehouse from the day you were created.

28.14 You were with the Cherbu who was anointed and a shield. I put you on the mountain of the holiness of God. You were amid the rocks of fire.

28.15 You made your way without blemish along your path from the day on which you were created until iniquity was found in you.

28.16 By your great commerce you were filled with iniquity. You sinned and I slew you from the mountain of God and the Cherub who is a shield made you perish from the rocks of fire.

28.17 Since your heart was exalted by your beauty and your wisdom along with your beauty was corrupted, I cast you on the earth before kings and made you a spectacle.

28.18 Since by the greatness of your depravity and the sin of your commerce you defiled your holy dwelling, I made fire go forth from you and it consumed you and turned you to ashes on the ground before all who saw you.

28.19 All who know you amid the peoples are astonished at you. You became destruction and you no longer are