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Gen.6.16 Leave an 18-inch opening*{Hebrew an opening of 1 cubit [46 centimeters].} below the roof all the way around the boat. Put the door on the side, and build three decks inside the boat—lower, middle, and upper.
Gen.10.4 The descendants of Javan were Elishah, Tarshish, Kittim, and Rodanim.*{As in some Hebrew manuscripts and Greek version (see also 1 Chr 1:7); most Hebrew manuscripts read Dodanim.}
Gen.20.16 And he said to Sarah, “Look, I am giving your ‘brother’ 1,000 pieces of silver*{Hebrew 1,000 [shekels] of silver, about 25 pounds or 11.4 kilograms in weight.} in the presence of all these witnesses. This is to compensate you for any wrong I may have done to you. This will settle any claim against me, and your reputation is cleared.”
Gen.31.55 *{Verse 31:55 is numbered 32:1 in Hebrew text.}Laban got up early the next morning, and he kissed his grandchildren and his daughters and blessed them. Then he left and returned home.
Gen.32.1 *{Verses 32:1-32 are numbered 32:2-33 in Hebrew text.}As Jacob started on his way again, angels of God came to meet him.
Gen.36.39 When Baal-hanan son of Acbor died, Hadad*{As in some Hebrew manuscripts, Samaritan Pentateuch, and Syriac version (see also 1 Chr 1:50); most Hebrew manuscripts read Hadar.} became king in his place and ruled from the city of Pau. His wife was Mehetabel, the daughter of Matred and granddaughter of Me-zahab.
Gen.46.13 The sons of Issachar were Tola, Puah,*{As in Syriac version and Samaritan Pentateuch (see also 1 Chr 7:1); Hebrew reads Puvah.} Jashub,*{As in some Greek manuscripts and Samaritan Pentateuch (see also Num 26:24; 1 Chr 7:1); Hebrew reads Iob.} and Shimron.
Gen.46.27 In addition, Joseph had two sons*{Greek version reads nine sons, probably including Joseph’s grandsons through Ephraim and Manasseh (see 1 Chr 7:14-20).} who were born in Egypt. So altogether, there were seventy*{Greek version reads seventy-five; see note on Exod 1:5.} members of Jacob’s family in the land of Egypt.
Exod.6.3 I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob as El-Shaddai—‘God Almighty’*{El-Shaddai, which means “God Almighty,” is the name for God used in Gen 17:1; 28:3; 35:11; 43:14; 48:3.}—but I did not reveal my name, Yahweh, to them.
Exod.8.1 *{Verses 8:1-4 are numbered 7:26-29 in Hebrew text.}Then the LORD said to Moses, “Go back to Pharaoh and announce to him, ‘This is what the LORD says: Let my people go, so they can worship me.
Exod.8.5 *{Verses 8:5-32 are numbered 8:1-28 in Hebrew text.}Then the LORD said to Moses, “Tell Aaron, ‘Raise the staff in your hand over all the rivers, canals, and ponds of Egypt, and bring up frogs over all the land.’”
Exod.16.16 These are the LORD’s instructions: Each household should gather as much as it needs. Pick up two quarts*{Hebrew 1 omer [2.2 liters]; also in 16:32, 33.} for each person in your tent.”
Exod.22.1 *{Verse 22:1 is numbered 21:37 in Hebrew text.}“If someone steals an ox*{Or bull, or cow; also in 22:4, 9, 10.} or sheep and then kills or sells it, the thief must pay back five oxen for each ox stolen, and four sheep for each sheep stolen.
Exod.22.2 *{Verses 22:2-31 are numbered 22:1-30 in Hebrew text.}“If a thief is caught in the act of breaking into a house and is struck and killed in the process, the person who killed the thief is not guilty of murder.
Exod.23.16 “Second, celebrate the Festival of Harvest,*{Or Festival of Weeks. This was later called the Festival of Pentecost (see Acts 2:1). It is celebrated today as Shavuot (or Shabuoth).} when you bring me the first crops of your harvest. “Finally, celebrate the Festival of the Final Harvest*{Or Festival of Ingathering. This was later called the Festival of Shelters or Festival of Tabernacles (see Lev 23:33-36). It is celebrated today as Sukkot (or Succoth).} at the end of the harvest season, when you have harvested all the crops from your fields.
Exod.25.23 “Then make a table of acacia wood, 36 inches long, 18 inches wide, and 27 inches high.*{Hebrew 2 cubits [92 centimeters] long, 1 cubit [46 centimeters] wide, and 1.5 cubits [69 centimeters] high.}
Exod.25.39 You will need 75 pounds*{Hebrew 1 talent [34 kilograms].} of pure gold for the lampstand and its accessories.
Exod.26.13 Allow 18 inches*{Hebrew 1 cubit [46 centimeters].} of remaining material to hang down over each side, so the Tabernacle is completely covered.
Exod.28.16 Make the chestpiece of a single piece of cloth folded to form a pouch nine inches*{Hebrew 1 span [23 centimeters].} square.
Exod.29.40 With one of them, offer two quarts of choice flour mixed with one quart of pure oil of pressed olives; also, offer one quart of wine*{Hebrew 1/10 [of an ephah] [2.2 liters] of choice flour . . . 1/4 of a hin [1 liter] of pure oil . . . 1/4 of a hin of wine.} as a liquid offering.
Exod.30.2 Make it 18 inches square and 36 inches high,*{Hebrew 1 cubit [46 centimeters] long and 1 cubit wide, a square, and 2 cubits [92 centimeters] high.} with horns at the corners carved from the same piece of wood as the altar itself.
Exod.30.24 and 121/2 pounds of cassia*{Hebrew 500 [shekels] [5.7 kilograms] of cassia.}—as measured by the weight of the sanctuary shekel. Also get one gallon of olive oil.*{Hebrew 1 hin [3.8 liters] of olive oil.}
Exod.36.8 The skilled craftsmen made ten curtains of finely woven linen for the Tabernacle. Then Bezalel*{Hebrew he; also in 36:16, 20, 35. See 37:1.} decorated the curtains with blue, purple, and scarlet thread and with skillfully embroidered cherubim.
Exod.37.10 Then Bezalel*{Hebrew he; also in 37:17, 25.} made the table of acacia wood, 36 inches long, 18 inches wide, and 27 inches high.*{Hebrew 2 cubits [92 centimeters] long, 1 cubit [46 centimeters] wide, and 1.5 cubits [69 centimeters] high.}
Exod.37.24 The entire lampstand, along with its accessories, was made from 75 pounds*{Hebrew 1 talent [34 kilograms].} of pure gold.
Exod.37.25 Then Bezalel made the incense altar of acacia wood. It was 18 inches square and 36 inches high,*{Hebrew 1 cubit [46 centimeters] long and 1 cubit wide, a square, and 2 cubits [92 centimeters] high.} with horns at the corners carved from the same piece of wood as the altar itself.
Exod.38.25 The whole community of Israel gave 7,545 pounds*{Hebrew 100 talents and 1,775 shekels [3,420 kilograms].} of silver, as measured by the weight of the sanctuary shekel.
Exod.38.27 The hundred bases for the frames of the sanctuary walls and for the posts supporting the inner curtain required 7,500 pounds of silver, about 75 pounds for each base.*{Hebrew 100 talents [3,400 kilograms] of silver, 1 talent [34 kilograms] for each base.}
Exod.38.28 The remaining 45 pounds*{Hebrew 1,775 [shekels] [20.2 kilograms].} of silver was used to make the hooks and rings and to overlay the tops of the posts.
Exod.39.9 He made the chestpiece of a single piece of cloth folded to form a pouch nine inches*{Hebrew 1 span [23 centimeters].} square.
Lev.1.1 The LORD called to Moses from the Tabernacle*{Hebrew Tent of Meeting; also in 1:3, 5.} and said to him,
Lev.6.1 *{Verses 6:1-7 are numbered 5:20-26 in Hebrew text.}Then the LORD said to Moses,
Lev.6.8 *{Verses 6:8-30 are numbered 6:1-23 in Hebrew text.}Then the LORD said to Moses,
Lev.13.47 “Now suppose mildew*{Traditionally rendered leprosy. The Hebrew term used throughout this passage is the same term used for the various skin diseases described in 13:1-46.} contaminates some woolen or linen clothing,
Lev.14.10 “On the eighth day each person being purified must bring two male lambs and a one-year-old female lamb, all with no defects, along with a grain offering of six quarts*{Hebrew 3/10 of an ephah [6.6 liters].} of choice flour moistened with olive oil, and a cup*{Hebrew 1 log [0.3 liters]; also in 14:21.} of olive oil.
Lev.23.13 With it you must present a grain offering consisting of four quarts*{Hebrew 2/10 of an ephah [4.4 liters]; also in 23:17.} of choice flour moistened with olive oil. It will be a special gift, a pleasing aroma to the LORD. You must also offer one quart*{Hebrew 1/4 of a hin [1 liter].} of wine as a liquid offering.
Lev.23.21 That same day will be proclaimed an official day for holy assembly, a day on which you do no ordinary work. This is a permanent law for you, and it must be observed from generation to generation wherever you live.*{This celebration, called the Festival of Harvest or the Festival of Weeks, was later called the Festival of Pentecost (see Acts 2:1). It is celebrated today as Shavuot (or Shabuoth).}
Num.1.18 and they assembled the whole community of Israel on that very day.*{Hebrew on the first day of the second month; see 1:1.} All the people were registered according to their ancestry by their clans and families. The men of Israel who were twenty years old or older were listed one by one,
Num.1.20 This is the number of men twenty years old or older who were able to go to war, as their names were listed in the records of their clans and families*{In the Hebrew text, this sentence (This is the number of men twenty years old or older who were able to go to war, as their names were listed in the records of their clans and families) is repeated in 1:22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42.}: TribeNumber Reuben (Jacob’s*{Hebrew Israel’s. The names “Jacob” and “Israel” are often interchanged throughout the Old Testament, referring sometimes to the individual patriarch and sometimes to the nation.} oldest son)46,500
Num.1.50 Put the Levites in charge of the Tabernacle of the Covenant,*{Or Tabernacle of the Testimony; also in 1:53.} along with all its furnishings and equipment. They must carry the Tabernacle and all its furnishings as you travel, and they must take care of it and camp around it.
Num.2.14 GadEliasaph son of Deuel*{As in many Hebrew manuscripts, Samaritan Pentateuch, and Latin Vulgate (see also 1:14); most Hebrew manuscripts read son of Reuel.}45,650
Num.3.50 He collected 1,365 pieces of silver*{Hebrew 1,365 [shekels] of silver [34 pounds or 15.5 kilograms].} on behalf of these firstborn sons of Israel (each piece weighing the same as the sanctuary shekel).
Num.15.4 When you present these offerings, you must also give the LORD a grain offering of two quarts*{Hebrew 1/10 of an ephah [2.2 liters].} of choice flour mixed with one quart*{Hebrew 1/4 of a hin [1 liter]; also in 15:5.} of olive oil.
Num.16.36 *{Verses 16:36-50 are numbered 17:1-15 in Hebrew text.}And the LORD said to Moses,
Num.17.1 *{Verses 17:1-13 are numbered 17:16-28 in Hebrew text.}Then the LORD said to Moses,
Num.26.1 After the plague had ended,*{The initial phrase in verse 26:1 is numbered 25:19 in Hebrew text.} the LORD said to Moses and to Eleazar son of Aaron the priest,
Num.26.5 These were the clans descended from the sons of Reuben, Jacob’s*{Hebrew Israel’s; see note on 1:20-21b.} oldest son: The Hanochite clan, named after their ancestor Hanoch. The Palluite clan, named after their ancestor Pallu.
Num.26.23 These were the clans descended from the sons of Issachar: The Tolaite clan, named after their ancestor Tola. The Puite clan, named after their ancestor Puah.*{As in Samaritan Pentateuch, Greek and Syriac versions, and Latin Vulgate (see also 1 Chr 7:1); Hebrew reads The Punite clan, named after its ancestor Puvah.}
Num.28.5 With each lamb you must offer a grain offering of two quarts*{Hebrew 1/10 of an ephah [2.2 liters]; also in 28:13, 21, 29.} of choice flour mixed with one quart*{Hebrew 1/4 of a hin [1 liter]; also in 28:7.} of pure oil of pressed olives.
Num.28.14 You must also present a liquid offering with each sacrifice: two quarts*{Hebrew 1/2 of a hin [2 liters].} of wine for each bull, a third of a gallon*{Hebrew 1/3 of a hin [1.3 liters].} for the ram, and one quart*{Hebrew 1/4 of a hin [1 liter].} for each lamb. Present this monthly burnt offering on the first day of each month throughout the year.
Num.28.26 “At the Festival of Harvest,*{Hebrew Festival of Weeks. This was later called the Festival of Pentecost (see Acts 2:1). It is celebrated today as Shavuot (or Shabuoth).} when you present the first of your new grain to the LORD, you must call an official day for holy assembly, and you may do no ordinary work on that day.
Num.29.7 “Ten days later, on the tenth day of the same month,*{Hebrew On the tenth day of the seventh month; see 29:1 and the note there. This day in the ancient Hebrew lunar calendar occurred in September or October. It is celebrated today as Yom Kippur.} you must call another holy assembly. On that day, the Day of Atonement, the people must go without food and must do no ordinary work.
Num.29.12 “Five days later, on the fifteenth day of the same month,*{Hebrew On the fifteenth day of the seventh month; see 29:1, 7 and the notes there. This day in the ancient Hebrew lunar calendar occurred in late September, October, or early November.} you must call another holy assembly of all the people, and you may do no ordinary work on that day. It is the beginning of the Festival of Shelters,*{Or Festival of Booths, or Festival of Tabernacles. This was earlier called the Festival of the Final Harvest or Festival of Ingathering (see Exod 23:16b). It is celebrated today as Sukkot (or Succoth).} a seven-day festival to the LORD.
Num.29.40 *{Verse 29:40 is numbered 30:1 in Hebrew text.}So Moses gave all of these instructions to the people of Israel as the LORD had commanded him.
Num.30.1 *{Verses 30:1-16 are numbered 30:2-17 in Hebrew text.}Then Moses summoned the leaders of the tribes of Israel and told them, “This is what the LORD has commanded:
Num.31.4 From each tribe of Israel, send 1,000 men into battle.”
Num.31.5 So they chose 1,000 men from each tribe of Israel, a total of 12,000 men armed for battle.
Num.31.6 Then Moses sent them out, 1,000 men from each tribe, and Phinehas son of Eleazar the priest led them into battle. They carried along the holy objects of the sanctuary and the trumpets for sounding the charge.
Num.35.4 The pastureland assigned to the Levites around these towns will extend 1,500 feet*{Hebrew 1,000 cubits [460 meters].} from the town walls in every direction.
Deut.1.1 These are the words that Moses spoke to all the people of Israel while they were in the wilderness east of the Jordan River. They were camped in the Jordan Valley*{Hebrew the Arabah; also in 1:7.} near Suph, between Paran on one side and Tophel, Laban, Hazeroth, and Di-zahab on the other.
Deut.1.2 Normally it takes only eleven days to travel from Mount Sinai*{Hebrew Horeb, another name for Sinai; also in 1:6, 19.} to Kadesh-barnea, going by way of Mount Seir.
Deut.9.22 “You also made the LORD angry at Taberah,*{Taberah means “place of burning.” See Num 11:1-3.} Massah,*{Massah means “place of testing.” See Exod 17:1-7.} and Kibroth-hattaavah.*{Kibroth-hattaavah means “graves of gluttony.” See Num 11:31-34.}
Deut.12.32 *{Verse 12:32 is numbered 13:1 in Hebrew text.}“So be careful to obey all the commands I give you. You must not add anything to them or subtract anything from them.
Deut.13.1 *{Verses 13:1-18 are numbered 13:2-19 in Hebrew text.}“Suppose there are prophets among you or those who dream dreams about the future, and they promise you signs or miracles,
Deut.16.10 Then celebrate the Festival of Harvest*{Hebrew Festival of Weeks; also in 16:16. This was later called the Festival of Pentecost (see Acts 2:1). It is celebrated today as Shavuot (or Shabuoth).} to honor the LORD your God. Bring him a voluntary offering in proportion to the blessings you have received from him.
Deut.22.30 *{Verse 22:30 is numbered 23:1 in Hebrew text.}“A man must not marry his father’s former wife, for this would violate his father.
Deut.23.1 *{Verses 23:1-25 are numbered 23:2-26 in Hebrew text.}“If a man’s testicles are crushed or his penis is cut off, he may not be admitted to the assembly of the LORD.
Deut.29.1 *{Verse 29:1 is numbered 28:69 in Hebrew text.}These are the terms of the covenant the LORD commanded Moses to make with the Israelites while they were in the land of Moab, in addition to the covenant he had made with them at Mount Sinai.*{Hebrew Horeb, another name for Sinai.}
Deut.29.2 *{Verses 29:2-29 are numbered 29:1-28 in Hebrew text.}Moses summoned all the Israelites and said to them, “You have seen with your own eyes everything the LORD did in the land of Egypt to Pharaoh and to all his servants and to his whole country—
Deut.32.43 “Rejoice with him, you heavens, and let all of God’s angels worship him.*{As in Dead Sea Scrolls and Greek version; Masoretic Text lacks the first two lines. Compare Heb 1:6.} Rejoice with his people, you Gentiles, and let all the angels be strengthened in him.*{As in Greek version; Hebrew text lacks this sentence. Compare Rom 15:10.} For he will avenge the blood of his children*{As in Dead Sea Scrolls and Greek version; Masoretic Text reads his servants.}; he will take revenge against his enemies. He will repay those who hate him*{As in Dead Sea Scrolls and Greek version; Masoretic Text lacks this line.} and cleanse his people’s land.”
Josh.7.1 But Israel violated the instructions about the things set apart for the LORD.*{The Hebrew term used here refers to the complete consecration of things or people to the LORD, either by destroying them or by giving them as an offering; similarly in 7:11, 12, 13, 15.} A man named Achan had stolen some of these dedicated things, so the LORD was very angry with the Israelites. Achan was the son of Carmi, a descendant of Zimri*{As in parallel text at 1 Chr 2:6; Hebrew reads Zabdi. Also in 7:17, 18.} son of Zerah, of the tribe of Judah.
Judg.8.26 The weight of the gold earrings was forty-three pounds,*{Hebrew 1,700 [shekels] [19.4 kilograms].} not including the royal ornaments and pendants, the purple clothing worn by the kings of Midian, or the chains around the necks of their camels.
Judg.9.49 So each of them cut down some branches, following Abimelech’s example. They piled the branches against the walls of the temple and set them on fire. So all the people who had lived in the tower of Shechem died—about 1,000 men and women.
Judg.15.15 Then he found the jawbone of a recently killed donkey. He picked it up and killed 1,000 Philistines with it.
Judg.16.5 The rulers of the Philistines went to her and said, “Entice Samson to tell you what makes him so strong and how he can be overpowered and tied up securely. Then each of us will give you 1,100 pieces*{Hebrew 1,100 [shekels], about 28 pounds or 12.5 kilograms in weight.} of silver.”
Judg.17.2 One day he said to his mother, “I heard you place a curse on the person who stole 1,100 pieces*{Hebrew 1,100 [shekels], about 28 pounds or 12.5 kilograms in weight.} of silver from you. Well, I have the money. I was the one who took it.” “The LORD bless you for admitting it,” his mother replied.
Judg.20.10 One-tenth of the men*{Hebrew 10 men from every hundred, 100 men from every thousand, and 1,000 men from every 10,000.} from each tribe will be chosen to supply the warriors with food, and the rest of us will take revenge on Gibeah*{Hebrew Geba, in this case a variant spelling of Gibeah; also in 20:33.} of Benjamin for this shameful thing they have done in Israel.”
1Sam.1.1 There was a man named Elkanah who lived in Ramah in the region of Zuph*{As in Greek version; Hebrew reads in Ramathaim-zophim; compare 1:19.} in the hill country of Ephraim. He was the son of Jeroham, son of Elihu, son of Tohu, son of Zuph, of Ephraim.
1Sam.1.7 Year after year it was the same—Peninnah would taunt Hannah as they went to the Tabernacle.*{Hebrew the house of the LORD; also in 1:24.} Each time, Hannah would be reduced to tears and would not even eat.
1Sam.13.2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin.
1Sam.13.21 The charges were as follows: a quarter of an ounce*{Hebrew 1 pim [8 grams].} of silver for sharpening a plowshare or a pick, and an eighth of an ounce*{Hebrew 1/3 [of a shekel] [4 grams].} for sharpening an ax or making the point of an ox goad.
1Sam.16.9 Next Jesse summoned Shimea,*{Hebrew Shammah, a variant spelling of Shimea; compare 1 Chr 2:13; 20:7.} but Samuel said, “Neither is this the one the LORD has chosen.”
1Sam.17.4 Then Goliath, a Philistine champion from Gath, came out of the Philistine ranks to face the forces of Israel. He was over nine feet*{Hebrew 6 cubits and 1 span [which totals about 9.75 feet or 3 meters]; Dead Sea Scrolls and Greek version read 4 cubits and 1 span [which totals about 6.75 feet or 2 meters].} tall!
1Sam.17.13 Jesse’s three oldest sons—Eliab, Abinadab, and Shimea*{Hebrew Shammah, a variant spelling of Shimea; compare 1 Chr 2:13; 20:7.}—had already joined Saul’s army to fight the Philistines.
1Sam.18.13 Finally, Saul sent him away and appointed him commander over 1,000 men, and David faithfully led his troops into battle.
1Sam.20.42 At last Jonathan said to David, “Go in peace, for we have sworn loyalty to each other in the LORD’s name. The LORD is the witness of a bond between us and our children forever.” Then David left, and Jonathan returned to the town.*{This sentence is numbered 21:1 in Hebrew text.}
1Sam.21.1 *{Verses 21:1-15 are numbered 21:2-16 in Hebrew text.}David went to the town of Nob to see Ahimelech the priest. Ahimelech trembled when he saw him. “Why are you alone?” he asked. “Why is no one with you?”
1Sam.23.29 *{Verse 23:29 is numbered 24:1 in Hebrew text.}David then went to live in the strongholds of En-gedi.
1Sam.24.1 *{Verses 24:1-22 are numbered 24:2-23 in Hebrew text.}After Saul returned from fighting the Philistines, he was told that David had gone into the wilderness of En-gedi.
1Sam.25.2 There was a wealthy man from Maon who owned property near the town of Carmel. He had 3,000 sheep and 1,000 goats, and it was sheep-shearing time.
2Sam.3.3 The second was Daniel,*{As in parallel text at 1 Chr 3:1 (see also Greek version, which reads Daluia, and possible support by Dead Sea Scrolls); Hebrew reads Kileab.} whose mother was Abigail, the widow of Nabal from Carmel. The third was Absalom, whose mother was Maacah, the daughter of Talmai, king of Geshur.
2Sam.3.15 So Ishbosheth took Michal away from her husband, Palti*{As in 1 Sam 25:44; Hebrew reads Paltiel, a variant spelling of Palti.} son of Laish.
2Sam.5.25 So David did what the LORD commanded, and he struck down the Philistines all the way from Gibeon*{As in Greek version (see also 1 Chr 14:16); Hebrew reads Geba.} to Gezer.
2Sam.6.2 He led them to Baalah of Judah*{Hebrew Baale of Judah, another name for Kiriath-jearim; compare 1 Chr 13:6.} to bring back the Ark of God, which bears the name of the LORD of Heaven’s Armies,*{Or the Ark of God where the Name is proclaimed—the name of the LORD of Heaven’s Armies.} who is enthroned between the cherubim.
2Sam.6.5 David and all the people of Israel were celebrating before the LORD, singing songs*{As in Dead Sea Scrolls and Greek version (see also 1 Chr 13:8); Masoretic Text reads before the LORD with all manner of cypress wood.} and playing all kinds of musical instruments—lyres, harps, tambourines, castanets, and cymbals.
2Sam.7.23 What other nation on earth is like your people Israel? What other nation, O God, have you redeemed from slavery to be your own people? You made a great name for yourself when you redeemed your people from Egypt. You performed awesome miracles and drove out the nations and gods that stood in their way.*{As in Greek version (see also 1 Chr 17:21); Hebrew reads You made a name for yourself and awesome miracles for your land in the sight of your people, whom you redeemed from Egypt, the nations and their gods.}
2Sam.8.1 After this, David defeated and subdued the Philistines by conquering Gath, their largest town.*{Hebrew by conquering Metheg-ammah, a name that means “the bridle,” possibly referring to the size of the town or the tribute money taken from it. Compare 1 Chr 18:1.}
2Sam.8.4 David captured 1,000 chariots, 7,000 charioteers,*{As in Dead Sea Scrolls and Greek version (see also 1 Chr 18:4); Masoretic Text reads captured 1,700 charioteers.} and 20,000 foot soldiers. He crippled all the chariot horses except enough for 100 chariots.
2Sam.8.8 along with a large amount of bronze from Hadadezer’s towns of Tebah*{As in some Greek manuscripts (see also 1 Chr 18:8); Hebrew reads Betah.} and Berothai.
2Sam.8.12 from Edom,*{As in a few Hebrew manuscripts and Greek and Syriac versions (see also 8:14; 1 Chr 18:11); most Hebrew manuscripts read Aram.} Moab, Ammon, Philistia, and Amalek—and from Hadadezer son of Rehob, king of Zobah.