SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:6 Y durmió Baasa con sus padres, y fue sepultado en Tirsa; y reinó en su lugar Ela su hijo.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 6. So Baasha slept with his fathers , etc.] Or died, not a violent, but natural, death: and was buried in Tirzah ; where was the royal palace of the kings of Israel: and Elah his son reigned in his stead ; yet but a short time.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-14 - This chapter relates wholly to the kingdom of Israel, and the revolutions of that kingdom. God calls Israel his people still, thoug wretchedly corrupted. Jehu foretells the same destruction to come upo Baasha's family, which that king had been employed to bring upon the family of Jeroboam. Those who resemble others in their sins, may expec to resemble them in the plagues they suffer, especially those who see zealous against such sins in others as they allow in themselves. Baash himself dies in peace, and is buried with honour. Herein plainl appears that there are punishments after death, which are most to be dreaded. Let Elah be a warning to drunkards, who know not but death ma surprise them. Death easily comes upon men when they are drunk. Beside the diseases which men bring themselves into by drinking, when in tha state, men are easily overcome by an enemy, and liable to ba accidents. Death comes terribly upon men in such a state, finding the in the act of sin, and unfitted for any act of devotion; that day come upon them unawares. The word of God was fulfilled, and the sins of Baasha and Elah were reckoned for, with which they provoked God. Their idols are called their vanities, for idols cannot profit nor help miserable are those whose gods are vanities.
Original Hebrew וישׁכב 7901 בעשׁא 1201 עם 5973 אבתיו 1 ויקבר 6912 בתרצה 8656 וימלך 4427 אלה 425 בנו 1121 תחתיו׃ 8478