SEV Biblia, Chapter 18:8 Hirió también a los filisteos hasta Gaza y sus términos, desde las torres de las atalayas hasta la ciudad fortalecida.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 18:8 Verse 8. From the tower of the watchmen] See the same words, 2 Kings xvii. 9. It seems a proverbial mode of expression: he reduced every kind of fortification; nothing was able to stand before him.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 8. He smote the Philistines even unto Gaza, and the borders thereof , etc.] Who in his father’s time had invaded Judah, and taken many cities and towns in it, which Hezekiah now recovered, and drove them to their own territories, of which Gaza was one; (see 2 Chronicles 28:18) from the tower of the watchmen to the fenced city ; that is, places both great and small, cities, towns, and villages; of this phrase, (see 2 Kings 17:9).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-8 - Hezekiah was a true son of David. Some others did that which was right but not like David. Let us not suppose that when times and men are bad they must needs grow worse and worse; that does not follow: after man bad kings, God raised one up like David himself. The brazen serpent ha been carefully preserved, as a memorial of God's goodness to their fathers in the wilderness; but it was idle and wicked to burn incens to it. All helps to devotion, not warranted by the word of God interrupt the exercise of faith; they always lead to superstition an other dangerous evils. Human nature perverts every thing of this kind True faith needs not such aids; the word of God, daily thought upon an prayed over, is all the outward help we need.
Original Hebrew הוא 1931 הכה 5221 את 853 פלשׁתים 6430 עד 5704 עזה 5804 ואת 853 גבוליה 1366 ממגדל 4026 נוצרים 5341 עד 5704 עיר 5892 מבצר׃ 4013