SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:33 Y lo echó preso Faraón Necao en Ribla en la provincia de Hamat, reinando él en Jerusalén; e impuso sobre la tierra una multa de cien talentos de plata, y uno de oro.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 23:33 Verse 33. Nechoh put him in bands] But what was the cause of his putting him in bands? It is conjectured, and not without reason, that Jehoahaz, otherwise called Shallum, raised an army, met Nechoh in his return from Carchemish, fought, was beaten, taken prisoner, put in chains; and taken into Egypt, where he died; ver. 34, and Jer. xxii. 11, 12. Riblah or Diblath, the place of this battle, was probably a town in Syria, in the land or district of Hamath.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 33. And Pharaohnechoh put him in bands at Riblah in the land of Hamath , etc.] Places in Syria; Hamath was formerly a kingdom in Syria, and Riblah is said by Jerom to be Antioch of Syria, near to which was the fountain of Daphne; and in the Targums of Jonathan and Jerusalem on ( Numbers 34:11). Daphne is put for Riblah; and Josephus says Antioch was by Daphne of Syria; and in the Apocrypha: “Which when Onias knew of a surety, he reproved him, and withdrew himself into a sanctuary at Daphne, that lieth by Antiochia.” (2 Maccabees 4:33) Daphne is said to be by Antioch; with which place Pompey was greatly delighted, because of the pleasantness of it, and the abundance of waters about it f297 : hither, it is probable, Jehoahaz went with an army to avenge his father’s death on the king of Egypt, or to assist the king of Babylon, or both; and here Pharaoh met with him, and took him, and bound him; he seems to be of a martial spirit, from ( Ezekiel 19:3) that he might not reign in Jerusalem ; whither afterwards the king of Egypt came, and took it; and so Herodotus says that after he had conquered the Syrians at Migdol, he took Cadytis, a great city of Syria, which seems to be Jerusalem, the holy city; and put the land to a tribute of one hundred talents of silver, and a talent of gold ; the land of Judah; and one hundred talents, according to Bunting f299 , amounted to 37,500 pounds of our money; and a talent of gold, according to Brerewood f300 , was 4,500 pounds; but Bishop Cumberland makes it 5,067 pounds, three shillings, and ten pence; a talent of gold could not be so large in Homer’s time, since he speaks of seven of them given at once in a way of hospitality f302 .
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 31-37 - After Josiah was laid in his grave, one trouble came on another, till in twenty-two years, Jerusalem was destroyed. The wicked perished in great numbers, the remnant were purified, and Josiah's reformation ha raised up some to join the few who were the precious seed of their future church and nation. A little time, and slender abilities, ofte suffice to undo the good which pious men have, for a course of years been labouring to effect. But, blessed be God, the good work which he begins by his regenerating Spirit, cannot be done away, but withstand all changes and temptations __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויאסרהו 631 פרעה נכה 6549 ברבלה 7247 בארץ 776 חמת 2574 במלך 4427 בירושׁלם 3389 ויתן 5414 ענשׁ 6066 על 5921 הארץ 776 מאה 3967 ככר 3603 כסף 3701 וככר 3603 זהב׃ 2091