Jesus brought bound, and accused before Pilate.
Mark 15:1 And anone in the dawninge the hye Prestes helde a counsell wt the elders & the Scrybes, & the whole congregacion, & bounde Iesus, & ledde him awaye, & deliuered him to Pilate. Mark 15:2 And Pilate asked him: art thou þe kynge of þe Iewes? And he answered, & sayd vnto hym: thou sayest it. Mark 15:3 And þe hye prestes accused him of many thinges. Mark 15:4 So Pilate asked him agayne, sayinge: Answerest thou nothing? Beholde, how many thinges they lay vnto thy charge. Mark 15:5 Iesus yet answered nothing, so that Pilate merueyled. Mark 15:6 At that feast Pilate dyd delyuer vnto them a presoner: whomsoeuer they wolde desyre. Mark 15:7 And ther was one that was named Barrabas, whych laye bounde with them that made insurreccyon: he had commytted murther. Mark 15:8 And the people called vnto him, and began to desyre him, that he wolde do, accordynge as he had euer done vnto them. Mark 15:9 Pylate answered them sayenge: Will ye that I let lowse vnto you the kyng of the Iewes? Mark 15:10 For he knewe, that the hye Prestes had delyuered him of enuy. Mark 15:11 But the hye prestes moued the people, that he shulde rather delyuer Barrabas vnto them. Mark 15:12 Pylate answered agayne, and sayde vnto them: What wyll ye then that I do vnto him, whom ye call the kyng of þe Iewes? Mark 15:13 And they cryed agayne: crucifye him: Mark 15:14 Pylate sayd vnto them, What euyll hath he done: And they cryed the moare feruentlye: Crucifye hym:
Upon the clamour of the common people, the murderer Barabbas is loosed, and Jesus delivered up to be crucified.
Mark 15:15 And so Pylate wyllinge to content the people, let lose Barrabas vnto them & delyuered vp Iesus (when he had scourged hym) for to be crucifyed. Mark 15:16 And the soudyers leed him awaye into þe commen hall, and called together the whole multitude,
He is crowned with thorns,
Mark 15:17 & they clothed him with purple, & they platted a croune of thornes, & crouned him withall, Mark 15:18 & beganne to salute him: Hayle kynge of the Iewes.
spit on, and mocked:
Mark 15:19 And they smote hym, on the heed wt a rede and dyd spitt vpon hym & bowed their knees, & worshyped him. Mark 15:20 And when they had mocked him, they toke the purple of hym, & put his awne clothes on him, & ledde hym out, to crucifye him.
fainteth in bearing his cross:
Mark 15:21 And they compelled one that passed by, called Simon of Cyrene (the father of Alexander and Rufus) which came out of the felde, to beare his crosse. Mark 15:22 And they brought him to a place named Golgotha (whych is yf a man interprete it: the place of deed mens sculles) Mark 15:23 and they gaue him to drinke, wyne mingled wyth myrre, but he receaued it not. Mark 15:24 And when they had crucifyed him they parted hys garmentes, castinge lotes vpon them, what euery man shulde take. Mark 15:25 And it was aboute þe third houre, & they crucifyed him. Mark 15:26 And the tytle of his cause was wrytten: The kynge of the Iewes.
hangeth between two thieves:
Mark 15:27 And they crucified with him two theues. þe one on the right hande, & the other on his lyfte. Mark 15:28 And the scrypture was fulfylled which sayeth: he was counted amonge the wycked.
suffereth the triumphing reproaches of the Jews:
Mark 15:29 And they that went by, rayled on hym: wagging their heedes, and saying: A wretche thou that destroyest the temple, and byldest it in thre dayes: Mark 15:30 saue thy selfe, & come doune from the crosse. Mark 15:31 Lykewyse also mocked hym the hye Prestes amonge them selues with þe Scrybes & sayde, he saued other men, hym selfe he cannot saue. Mark 15:32 Let Christ the kynge of Israell descende now from the crosse, that we maye se, & beleue. And they that were crucifyed with him checked him also. Mark 15:33 And when þe syxte houre was come, darcknes arose ouer all the erth, vntyll the nynth houre. Mark 15:34 And at the nynth houre Iesus cryed with a loude voyce, saying: Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani? whych is (yf one interpret it) my God, my God why hast thou forsaken me? Mark 15:35 And some of them that stode by, when they hearde that, sayd: beholde, he calleth for Helias. Mark 15:36 And one ran, and fylled a sponge full of veneger, and put it on a rede, & gaue him to drincke, sayinge: let him alone, let vs se, whether Helias wyll come and take hym downe: Mark 15:37 But Iesus cryed with a loude voyce, and gaue vp the goost. Mark 15:38 And the vayle of þe temple dyd rent in two peces, from the toppe to þe bottome.
but confessed by the centurion to be the Son of God:
Mark 15:39 And when þe Centurion (which stode before him) sawe, that he so cryed, and gaue vp the goost, he sayde: truly this man, was þe sonne of God. Mark 15:40 Ther were also wemen a good waye of, beholdinge him: amonge whom was Mary Magdalen, and Mary the mother of Iames the lytle: & of Ioses, & Mary Salome Mark 15:41 (which also when he was in Galile had folowed him & mynistred vnto him) and many other wemen, whych came vp with him vnto Ierusalem.
Mark 15:42 And now when þe euen was come (because it was the daye of preparing that goeth before the Sabboth)
and is honourably buried by Joseph.
Mark 15:43 Ioseph of þe cite of Aramathia, a noble Councellour which also loked for þe kyngdome of God, came, & went in boldely vnto Pilate, & begged of hym the body of Iesu. Mark 15:44 And Pilate merueled, that he was alredy deed, and called vnto him the Centurion, and asked of him, whether he had bene eny whyle deed. Mark 15:45 And when he knewe the trueth of the Centurion, he gaue the body to Ioseph. Mark 15:46 And he bought a lynnen clothe, and toke him downe, and wrapped him in the lynnen clothe, and layde him in a sepulcre, that was hewen out of the rocke. Mark 15:47 And Mary Magdalen and Mary Ioses behelde where he was layde.