SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:41 Y los hirió Josué desde Cades-barnea hasta Gaza, y toda la tierra de Gosén hasta Gabaón.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 10:41 Verse 41. And all the country of Goshen] Calmet contends that this was the very same country in which the Hebrews dwelt before their departure from Egypt; and according to this hypothesis he has constructed his map, causing it to extend from the Nile, which was called the river of Egypt, along the frontiers of the land of Cush or Arabia. It however appears plain that there was a city named Goshen in the tribe of Judah, see chap. xv. 51; and this probably gave name to the adjacent country which may be that referred to above.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 41. And Joshua smote them, from Kadeshbarnea , etc.] Which lay to the south of the land of Canaan, ( Numbers 13:17,26 32:8 34:4); even unto Gaza , which lay to the southwest, and was one of the five principalities of the Philistines; of which city (see Gill on “Amos 1:7”); and (see Gill on “ Acts 8:26”); and all the country of Goshen, even unto Gibeon ; to which he returned back in his way to his camp at Gilgal, having conquered all the southern part of the country. This country of Goshen is not that in the land of Egypt, as Kimchi rightly remarks. Bishop Cumberland is of opinion, that the Phoenician or Canaanitish pastors, who were driven out of Egypt before their expulsion, inhabited that part of Egypt called Goshen, which the Israelites some years after dwelt in; and when those shepherds were driven out, they came into this part of the land of Canaan, and called it after the name of the country they left in Egypt; and might perhaps the rather choose to give it this name, because of the goodness and fruitfulness of it, in which it resembled the country they had formerly dwelt in.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 28-43 - Joshua made speed in taking these cities. See what a great deal of wor may be done in a little time, if we will be diligent, and improve ou opportunities. God here showed his hatred of the idolatries and othe abominations of which the Canaanites had been guilty, and shows us ho great the provocation was, by the greatness of the destruction brough upon them. Here also was typified the destruction of all the enemies of the Lord Jesus, who, having slighted the riches of his grace, must for ever feel the weight of his wrath. The Lord fought for Israel. The could not have gotten the victory, if God had not undertaken the battle. We conquer when God fights for us; if he be for us, who can be against us __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויכם 5221 יהושׁע 3091 מקדשׁ ברנע 6947 ועד 5704 עזה 5804 ואת 853 כל 3605 ארץ 776 גשׁן 1657 ועד 5704 גבעון׃ 1391