SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:10 Y David durmió con sus padres, y fue sepultado en la ciudad de David.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 2:10 Verse 10. David slept with his fathers] His life was a life of remarkable providences, of much piety, and of great public usefulness. In general he lived well, and it is most evident that he died well; and as a king, a general, a poet, a father, and a friend, he has had few equals, and no superior, from his own time to the present day. But I shall reserve a more particular consideration of his character till I come to the book of Psalms, in which that character, with all its lights and shades, is exhibited by his own masterly hand. And it is from this composition alone that we can know David, and the maxims by which he was governed in public and private life.
Was buried in the city of David.] And Solomon, says Josephus, deposited immense treasures with him, in the grave, where they continued unmolested for thirteen hundred years, till Hyrcanus, the high priest, being besieged by Antiochus, opened the sepulcher, and took thence three thousand talents, part of which he gave to Antiochus, to raise the siege. It is added that, many years afterwards, Herod the Great ransacked this tomb and got considerable riches. Little credit is due to this account, though we know that was customary in ancient times to deposit with the more illustrious dead, gold, silver, and precious stones. That the tomb of David existed in the days of the apostles, we learn from Acts ii. 29, where St. Peter, addressing the Jews, says, Men and brethren, let me speak freely to you of the patriarch David; that he is both dead and buried, and his sepulcher is with us unto this day. St. Jerome speaks of it as existing in his time, and modern travelers pretend that it is still in existence. But both monks and Mohammedans have long united to impose on Christian pilgrims; and there is scarcely any dependence to be placed on any of their relations; absurdity and self- contradiction are their principal characteristics.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. So David slept with his fathers , etc.] Died as his ancestors before him did; for, buried with them he was not; and therefore cannot be understood of his lying with them in the grave, but in the state of the dead; he died according as the Jews say on the day of Pentecost, and according to Bishop Usher A. M. 2990, and before Christ 1014; and was buried in the city of David ; not at Bethlehem, in the sepulchre of Jesse, who was a private man; but being a king, in his own city, the hold of Zion he took from the Jebusite, and which afterwards was called by his name, ( 2 Samuel 5:7); and his sepulchre remained unto the times of the apostles, upwards of a thousand years, (see Gill on “ Acts 2:29”). Ver. 11 . And the days that David reigned over Israel [were] forty years , etc.] So says Eupolemus f25 , an Heathen writer, which are thus reckoned: seven years reigned he in Hebron ; the six months over are omitted, ( Samuel 5:5); this part of his reign was over Judah only: and thirty three years reigned he in Jerusalem ; over the twelve tribes, in all forty, which round number is only given; though in fact he reigned six months more.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 5-11 - These dying counsels concerning Joab and Shimei, did not come from personal anger, but for the security of Solomon's throne, which was the murders he had committed, but would readily repeat them to carry an purpose; though long reprieved, he shall be reckoned with at last. Tim does not wear out the guilt of any sin, particularly of murder Concerning Shimei, Hold him not guiltless; do not think him any tru friend to thee, or thy government, or fit to be trusted; he has no les malice now than he had then. David's dying sentiments are recorded, a delivered under the influence of the Holy Ghost, 2Sa 23:1-7. The Lor discovered to him the offices and the salvation of that glorious personage, the Messiah, whose coming he then foretold, and from whom he derived all his comforts and expectations. That passage gives a decide proof that David died under the influence of the Holy Ghost, in the exercise of faith and hope.
Original Hebrew וישׁכב 7901 דוד 1732 עם 5973 אבתיו 1 ויקבר 6912 בעיר 5892 דוד׃ 1732