SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:34 Entonces Benaía hijo de Joiada subió, y lo hirió, y lo mató; y fue sepultado en su casa en el desierto.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 2:34 Verse 34. So Benaiah-went up-and slew him] It appears he slew him at the very altar. Joab must have been both old and infirm at this time, and now he bleeds for Abner, he bleeds for Amasa, and he bleeds for Uriah.
The two former he murdered; of the blood of the latter he was not innocent; yet he had done the state much service, and they knew it. But he was a murderer, and vengeance would not suffer such to live.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 34. So Benaiah the son of Jehoiada went up , etc.] To Gibeon, which was a great high place, ( 1 Kings 3:4); and fell upon him, and slew him ; at the altar; or, dragging him from it at some distance, drew his sword and slew him: and he was buried in his own house in the wilderness ; not in his dwelling house strictly taken, but in a garden or field adjoining to it, which house in the wilderness; not a waste place uninhabited; for, as Kimchi observes, this word sometimes signifies a place uninhabited, though not tilled, but left for pasture of cattle; and in such a place might Joab’s house be, at least his country house, where he might have a farm, and fields, and cattle, as it is plain he had, ( 2 Samuel 14:30).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 26-34 - Solomon's words to Abiathar, and his silence, imply that some recen conspiracies had been entered into. Those that show kindness to God' people shall have it remembered to their advantage. For this reaso Solomon spares Abiathar's life, but dismisses him from his offices. I case of such sins as the blood of beasts would atone for, the altar wa a refuge, but not in Joab's case. Solomon looks upward to God as the Author of peace, and forward to eternity as the perfection of it. The Lord of peace himself gives us that peace which is everlasting.
Original Hebrew ויעל 5927 בניהו 1141 בן 1121 יהוידע 3077 ויפגע 6293 בו וימתהו 4191 ויקבר 6912 בביתו 1004 במדבר׃ 4057