SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:16 Pero los cinco reyes huyeron, y se escondieron en una cueva en Maceda.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 10:16 Verse 16. Hid themselves in a cave] It is very likely that this cave was a fortified place among some rocks; for there were many such places in different parts of Palestine.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 16. But these five kings fled , etc.] They were not killed by hailstones, nor slain by the sword of the Israelites, but made their escape, being reserved by the providence of God for a more shameful end: and hid themselves in a cave at Makkedah ; not in the city of Makkedah, which as yet was not in the hands of Israel, whereas this cave was, as appears by what follows; but it was in some hill, or mountain, near it; in the border of it, as Kimchi expresses it, and where a hill is shown to this day in which it was, as Drusius says.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 15-27 - None moved his tongue against any of the children of Israel. This show their perfect safety. The kings were called to an account, as rebel against the Israel of God. Refuges of lies will but secure for God' judgment. God punished the abominable wickedness of these kings, the measure of whose iniquity was now full. And by this public act of justice, done upon these ringleaders of the Canaanites in sin, he woul possess his people with the greater dread and detestation of the sin of the nations that God cast out from before them. Here is a type an figure of Christ's victories over the powers of darkness, and of believers' victories through him. In our spiritual conflicts we mus not be satisfied with obtaining some important victory. We must pursu our scattered enemies, searching out the remains of sin as they rise u in our hearts, and thus pursue the conquest. In so doing, the Lord wil afford light until the warfare be accomplished.
Original Hebrew וינסו 5127 חמשׁת 2568 המלכים 4428 האלה 428 ויחבאו 2244 במערה 4631 במקדה׃ 4719