1 Now when the flood had abated and the ark had come to rest upon the top of a mountain, Noaḥ and his family descended the mountain and after offering sacrifices unto 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 and dedicating the land, they began to till the ground and raise all manner of crops.

2 And when the grape harvest was come in, Noaḥ made wine and drank of the new wine in his tent and his heart was made glad and he rejoiced before 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 for the bounty which 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 had given him.

3 And it was upon the Feast of Shaḇuoth when Noaḥ drank of the new wine before 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 and lay down naked in his tent to sleep.

4 When Ḥam, the son of Noaḥ, entered the tent he saw his father sleeping naked upon his bed with the sacred garments which had been given to Aḏam in the garden of Ĕḏen laying nearby.

5 Ḥam knew that he and his posterity could not bear the kehunnah because of the curse of Qayin which was upon them and knowing there was great power in the sacred garments, he stole them from his father Noaḥ and hurried to his tents.

6 Rousing his family, Ḥam instructed them to strike their tents and led them away to the plain of Shin’ar where he dwelt and where Ḥam died.

7 Now Ḥam’s wife was named Zeptah and she was also of the seed of Qayin and they had a daughter named Zeptah.

8 This daughter, after the death of Ḥam, led a body of his people westward until they reached a body of water in the land of Zeptah, which is Mitsrayim, where they settled and as the waters receded from off the land, they spread out and built many cities and temples.