|10.1 Then Seth and Eve went to area of Paradise. And while they were going, Eve saw her son, and a wild beast assailing him,||37.1 Seth and his mother went away to the gates of Paradise. As they were walking, there suddenly appeared the serpent, the beast, who attacked and bit Seth.||10.1 Thereafter, Seth and Eve went in the direction of the Garden. As they were going, Eve saw that a wild beast was fighting with her son Seth and was biting him. Eve began to weep and she said,||10.1 When they heard that, Seth and Eve went (to the place) where the Garden of Adam was. As she went she saw one of her descendants who was being attacked by a beast and (the beast) was biting the child. Then Eve began to weep and said,|
|10.2 and Eve wept and said: "Woe is me; if I come to the day of the Resurrection, all those who have sinned will curse me saying: 'Eve has not kept the commandment of God.'"||37.2 When Eve saw this, she said, "Alas, woe is me, for I am cursed because I did not keep the precepts of the Lord."||10.2 "When the day of Judgment comes; all sins will be blamed upon me and men will say, 'Our mother did not hearken to the commandment of the Lord God!"||10.2 "Woe is me, for when I arrive at the day of judgment, all my sins will burn me and (people) will tell me, 'In the first instance, it was you who did not observe God's orders.'"||11-15.6a Eve began to cry bitterly and said, "Woe is me, my sweet child, from now on until the end and until the second coming all will curse me, because it is on my account all sorts of evil have multiplied."|
|10.3 And she spoke to the beast: "You wicked beast, Do you not fear to fight with the image of God? How was your mouth opened? How were your teeth made strong? How did you not call to mind your subjection? For long ago you were made subject to the image of God."||37.3 Eve said to the serpent in a great voice, "O cursed beast, why are you not afraid to cast yourself at the image of God, but dare to fight against it? Why have your teeth prevailed?"||10.3 Eve called out against the wild beast and said, "O wild beast, how do you not fear the image of God, that you dared to fight with the image of God? How was your mouth opened and your fangs bared, and your hair stood on end? How did you not remember the obedience which you formerly displayed, that your mouth was opened against the image of God?"||10.3 Eve called out and told the wicked beast, "O evil beast, have you no fear? Did you [dare] to fight with the image of God? How did you take it upon yourself to open your mouth and how have you (thought to) sink your teeth? Or how have you not recalled the first order of God and have opened your mouth against the image of God?"||11-15.6b And she screamed in a loud voice at the animal and said,
11-15.7 "O beast, aren't you afraid before the image of the divine countenance? Will you devour him? How do you dare to open your mouth against the image of God and to bare your teeth against him? Don't you remember, O beast, how I fed you with my own hand?"
|11.1 Then the beast cried out and said: "It is not our concern, Eve, your greed and your wailing, but your own; for (it is) from you that the rule of the beasts has arisen.||38.1 The beast answered in a human voice, "O Eve, was our malice ever not against you? Isn't our anger against you?||11.1 Then the wild beast cried out and said to Eve, "In truth, our insolence is because of you, for the example came from you.||11.1 Then the beast replied to her and told Eve, "It is not from our greed that your discontent and your weeping come, but your discontent and your weeping come from your own greed, for at the beginning of creation, it was you who hearkened to the beast, the serpent.||11-15.8 Then the animal said to her, "O Eve, from now on you have no power over us to command us, for it has departed from you.|
|11.2 How was your mouth opened to eat of the tree concerning which God commanded you not to eat of it? On this account, our nature also has been transformed.||38.2 Tell me, Eve. How could you open your mouth to eat the fruit which the Lord God commanded you not to eat.||11.2 How was your mouth opened to dare to eat of the fruit concerning which God commanded you not to eat of it until he will change all of our natures?||11.2 How did you dare to open your mouth and eat of the tree of which God had ordered you not to eat? You, [on account] of whom the aspect of everything has changed,||11-15.9 How did you dare to open your mouth and eat from the tree, which the Lord did not allow you?|
|11.3 Now therefore you cannot endure it, if I begin to reprove you."||38.3 Now, however, you are not able to bear it, if I should begin to reproach you?"||11.3 Henceforth you are unable to resist that which I speak to you, or if I begin to rebuke you."||11.3 now, you will not be able to endure, if I start speaking and rebuking you."||11-15.10 On account of this I will also kill you and devour your child."
11-15.11 At this Eve didn't answer.
|12.1 Then Seth spoke to the beast, "Close your mouth and be silent and stand off from the image of God until the day of Judgment."||39.1 Then Seth said to the beast, "May the Lord God reproach you. Be mute, grow silent, close your mouth, cursed enemy of the truth, disorder of destruction. Fall back from the image of God until the day when the Lord God shall order you to be brought in for trial."||12.1 Then Seth said to the wild beast, "Close your mouth, O Satan. Get away from the image of God until the day will come on which God will bring you to rebuke."||12.1 Seth replied to him and told the beast, "Let your mouth be closed and be silent, beast, and get away from us, the image of the divinity, until the day when God will have you standing (before him)."||11-15.12 Then Seth spoke to the animal, "Your mouth will be closed until the judgment, for you yourself were so bold against the image of God; you will stay in your lair right into eternity. And so it will remain even in eternity."|
|12.2 Then the beast said to Seth: "Behold, I stand off from the image of God."||39.2 The beast said to Seth, "Behold, I am going away, just as you have said, from the face of the image of God."||12.2 Then he said to Seth, "Behold, I am standing apart from you, the image of God."||12.2 Then also the beast told Seth, "Behold, then, I get away from you, image of God, dazzling (splendor) of God."|
|12.3 And the beast fled and left him wounded and went to his hut.||39.3 At once the wound from its teeth disappeared from Seth.||12.3 The beast fled from him.||12.3 And when the beast had left them, the beast fled (far) from Seth and the wounded man went to the hut of Adam his father."|