SEV Biblia, Chapter 13:27 y la campiña de Bet-aram, y Bet-nimra, y Sucot, y Zafón, resto del reino de Sehón, rey en Hesbón; el Jordán y su término hasta el cabo del mar de Cineret del otro lado del Jordán al oriente.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 13:27 Verse 27. Beth-aram] This city was rebuilt by Herod, and called Livias, in honour of Livia, the wife of Augustus. Josephus calls it Julias, Julia being the name which the Greeks commonly give to Livia. - Calmet. Succoth] A place between Jabbok and Jordan where Jacob pitched his tents, from which circumstance it obtained its name, see Gen. xxxiii. 17.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 27. And in the valley, Betharam , etc.] The same with Bethharan, (see Gill on “ Numbers 32:36”): and Bethnimrah ; sometimes called Nimrah, ( Numbers 32:3,36); near to which were some waters, called the waters of Nimrim, ( Isaiah 15:6); It was in Jerom’s time a large village; it seems to have its name from leopards, which perhaps had their haunts hereabout: and Succoth : the place where Jacob pitched his tent after he had passed over Jabbok; it is called in the Jerusalem Talmud Thaarabah: and Zaphon ; which in the same Talmud is Amatho or Amathus, which Jerom says is a village beyond Jordan, twenty one miles from Pella to the south, though he places it in the tribe of Reuben: the rest of the kingdom of Sihon king of Heshbon ; which was not given to the tribe of Reuben, ( Joshua 13:21); Jordan and [his] border ; that is, the cities which were near it, as Kimchi; or that were upon the bank of it, as Jarchi; [even] unto the edge of the sea of Chinnereth ; the same with the lake of Gennesaret, ( Luke 5:1); on the other side Jordan eastward ; the other from that in which the inheritance of Gad lay, which was beyond Jordan, from the land of Canaan.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-33 - The land must be divided among the tribes. It is the will of God tha every man should know his own, and not take that which is another's The world must be governed, not by force, but right. Wherever ou habitation is placed, and in whatever honest way our portion is assigned, we should consider them as allotted of God; we should be thankful for, and use them as such, while every prudent method shoul be used to prevent disputes about property, both at present and in future. Joshua must be herein a type of Christ, who has not onl conquered the gates of hell for us, but has opened to us the gates of heaven, and having purchased the eternal inheritance for all believers will put them in possession of it. Here is a general description of the country given to the two tribes and a half, by Moses. Israel must know their own, and keep to it; and may not, under pretence of their being God's peculiar people, encroach on their neighbours. Twice in thi chapter it is noticed, that to the tribe of Levi Moses gave n inheritance: see Nu 18:20. Their maintenance must be brought out of all the tribes. The ministers of the Lord should show themselve indifferent about worldly interests, and the people should take car they want nothing suitable. And happy are those who have the Lord God of Israel for their inheritance, though little of this world falls to their lot. His providences will supply their wants, his consolation will support their souls, till they gain heavenly joy and everlastin pleasures __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ובעמק 6010 בית הרם 1027 ובית נמרה 1039 וסכות 5523 וצפון 6829 יתר 3499 ממלכות 4468 סיחון 5511 מלך 4428 חשׁבון 2809 הירדן 3383 וגבל 1366 עד 5704 קצה 7097 ים 3220 כנרת 3672 עבר 5676 הירדן 3383 מזרחה׃ 4217