SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:14 Y tomó todo el oro, y la plata, y todos los vasos que fueron hallados en la Casa del SEÑOR, y en los tesoros de la casa del rey, y los hijos en rehenes, y se volvió a Samaria.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 14:14 Verse 14. And he took-hostages] twbr[th hattaaruboth, pledges; from br[ arab, to pledge, give security, &c., for the performance of some promise. See the meaning of this word interpreted in the note on Gen. xxxviii. 17. It is likely that Amaziah gave some of the nobles or some of his own family as hostages, that he might regain his liberty; and they were to get their liberty when he had fulfilled his engagements; but of what kind these were we cannot tell, nor, indeed, how he got his liberty.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. And he took all the gold and silver, and all the vessels that were found in the house of the Lord , etc.] In ( 2 Chronicles 25:24) it is added, “with Obededom”, who, and his family, had the care of them by lot, (see 1 Chronicles 26:15) and in the treasures of the king’s house ; which were also spoiled and plundered: and hostages ; either such as the king of Judah had taken from Edom, as pledges of their fidelity, that they might not rebel; or which the king of Israel took of Judah, even sons of the princes, as the Targum, for security, that they would give him no more trouble: and returned to Samaria ; without attempting to bring the kingdom of Judah into subjection to him, which he might suppose he could not hold, and having enough to do with the Syrians, his avowed enemies.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-14 - For some time after the division of the kingdoms, Judah suffered muc from the enmity of Israel. After Asa's time, it suffered more by the friendship of Israel, and by the alliance made with them. Now we mee with hostility between them again. How may a humble man smile to hea two proud and scornful men set their wits on work, to vilify an undervalue one another! Unholy success excites pride; pride excite contentions. The effects of pride in others, are insufferable to thos who are proud themselves. These are the sources of trouble and sin in private life; but when they arise between princes, they become the misery of their whole kingdoms. Jehoash shows Amaziah the folly of his challenge; Thine heart has lifted thee up. The root of all sin is in the heart, thence it flows. It is not Providence, the event, the occasion, whatever it is, that makes men proud, secure, discontented or the like, but their own hearts do it. (2Ki 14:15-22)
Original Hebrew ולקח 3947 את 853 כל 3605 הזהב 2091 והכסף 3701 ואת 853 כל 3605 הכלים 3627 הנמצאים 4672 בית 1004 יהוה 3069 ובאצרות 214 בית 1004 המלך 4428 ואת 853 בני 1121 התערבות 8594 וישׁב 7725 שׁמרונה׃ 8111