SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:10 Yo entonces me puse sobre él, y lo maté, porque sabía que no podía vivir después de su caída; y tomé la diadema que tenía en su cabeza, y la ajorca que traía en su brazo, y las he traído acá a mi señor.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Samuel 1:10 Verse 10. The crown-and the bracelet] The crown was probably no more than a royal fillet or diadem, both being the ensigns of royalty. It is sometimes customary in the East for a sovereign prince to give a crown and bracelets, when investing others with dominion or authority over certain provinces. Had Saul these in token of his being God's vicegerent, and that he held the kingdom from him alone?
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. So I stood upon him, and slew him , etc.] Pressed with all his weight upon his body, that so the spear might pierce through him, and slay him; thus he represents his death to be brought about: because I was sure that he could not live after that he was fallen ; this is not consistent with what he had said before, both that he was leaning on his spear, and not fallen to the ground, and that his life was whole in him: and I took the crown that [was] upon his head ; which made him conspicuous, and therefore the Philistines aimed at him, and pressed hard after him, ( 2 Samuel 1:6); though some think that this was not on his head, but carried into the field of battle, ready to be put on if victory was on his side; and others say it was in the possession and care of Doeg, who at his death gave it to his son to carry to David, and thereby gain his favour: and the bracelet that [was] on his arm ; of gold no doubt, so Josephus f9 ; such as great personages used to wear, men as well as women, (see Genesis 38:18 Ezekiel 23:42), especially military men f10 . Jarchi takes them to be the “totaphot” or phylacteries on the arm, which is not probable: and have brought them hither unto my lord ; as ensigns of royalty, fit only for a king, Saul’s successor, as this person, by calling him lord, owned him to be, and thought by bringing those to him to be highly he neared and rewarded.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-10 - The blow which opened David's way to the throne was given about the time he had been sorely distressed. Those who commit their concerns to the Lord, will quietly abide his will. It shows that he desired no Saul's death, and he was not impatient to come to the throne.
Original Hebrew ואעמד 5975 עליו 5921 ואמתתהו 4191 כי 3588 ידעתי 3045 כי 3588 לא 3808 יחיה 2421 אחרי 310 נפלו 5307 ואקח 3947 הנזר 5145 אשׁר 834 על 5921 ראשׁו 7218 ואצעדה 685 אשׁר 834 על 5921 זרעו 2220 ואביאם 935 אל 413 אדני 113 הנה׃ 2008