SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:4 Y Saúl juntó al pueblo, y los reconoció en Telaim, doscientos mil hombres de a pie, y diez mil varones de Judá.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 15:4 Verse 4. Two hundred thousand-and ten thousand] The Septuagint, in the London Polyglot, have FOUR HUNDRED thousand companies of Israel, and THIRTY thousand companies of Judah. The Codex Alexandrinus has TEN thousand of each. The Complutensian Polyglot has TWO HUNDRED thousand companies of Israel, and TEN thousand of Judah. And Josephus has FOUR HUNDRED thousand of Israel, and THIRTY thousand of Judah. All the other versions are the same with the Hebrew text; and there is no difference in the MSS.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. And Saul gathered the people together , etc.] Or “made them to hear” f296 , by the sound of a trumpet; or by sending heralds into all parts of the land to proclaim the above order of the Lord, and summon them to come to him, perhaps at Gilgal; so the Septuagint version, and Josephus f297 : and numbered them in Telaim ; thought to be the same with Telem, a place in the tribe of Judah, ( Joshua 15:24), the word signifies “lambs”; hence the Vulgate Latin version is, “he numbered them as lambs;” and the Jews say, because it was forbid to number the children of Israel, which was the sin of David; therefore every man had a lamb given him, and so the lambs were numbered, by which it was known what was the number of the people; and the Targum says, this was done with the passover lambs, it being now the time of the passover; but the numbering here made was not of the people of the land in general, and so there was no occasion of such a precaution, only a numbering and mustering of the army when got together and rendezvoused in one place: the sum of which is here given, two hundred thousand footmen and ten thousand men of Judah ; which last were reckoned separately, as distinct from the other tribes of Israel, to show their obedience to Saul, who was of another tribe, though the kingdom was promised to theirs; but R. Isaiah observes, that the reason why so few of the men of Judah came, in comparison of the other tribes, was, because they envied the government being in one of the tribe of Benjamin, when they thought it should have been in one of theirs; the number is greatly increased in the Septuagint version, which makes the whole to be 400,000, and 30,000 men of Judah; and so Josephus f299 .
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-9 - The sentence of condemnation against the Amalekites had gone forth lon before, Ex 17:14; De 25:19, but they had been spared till they fille up the measure of their sins. We are sure that the righteous Lord doe no injustice to any. The remembering the kindness of the ancestors of the Kenites, in favour to them, at the time God was punishing the injuries done by the ancestors of the Amalekites, tended to clear the righteousness of God in this dispensation. It is dangerous to be foun in the company of God's enemies, and it is our duty and interest to come out from among them, lest we share in their sins and plagues, R 18:4. As the commandment had been express, and a test of Saul' obedience, his conduct evidently was the effect of a proud, rebelliou spirit. He destroyed only the refuse, that was good for little. Tha which was now destroyed was sacrificed to the justice of God.
Original Hebrew וישׁמע 8085 שׁאול 7586 את 853 העם 5971 ויפקדם 6485 בטלאים 2923 מאתים 3967 אלף 505 רגלי 7273 ועשׂרת 6235 אלפים 505 את 853 אישׁ 376 יהודה׃ 3063