SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:11 Y al otro día de la pascua comieron del fruto de la tierra los panes sin levadura, y en el mismo día espigas nuevas tostadas.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 5:11 Verse 11. They did eat of the old corn of the land] The Hebrew word rwb[ abur, which we translate old corn, occurs only in this place in such a sense, if that sense be legitimate. The noun, though of doubtful signification, is evidently derived from rb[ abar, to pass over, to go beyond; and here it may be translated simply the produce, that which passes from the land into the hands of the cultivator; or according to Cocceius, what passes from person to person in the way of traffic; hence bought corn, what they purchased from the inhabitants of the land.
On the morrow after the passover] That is, on the fifteenth day; for then the feast of unleavened bread began. But they could neither eat bread, nor parched corn, nor green ears, till the first-fruits of the harvest had been waved at the tabernacle; (see Lev. xxiii. 9, &c.;) and therefore in this case we may suppose that the Israelites had offered a sheaf of the barley-harvest, the only grain that was then ripe, before they ate of the unleavened cakes and parched corn.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. And they did eat the old corn of the land , etc.] That of the last year, as some versions f77 , which agree with ours; in which they seem to follow the Jewish writers, who, as particularly Kimchi, Gersom, and Ben Melech, interpret it of the old corn, for this reason, because they might not eat of the new until the wave sheaf was offered up, ( Leviticus 23:10,11,14); of which old corn they suppose the unleavened cakes were made, and was also parched corn, though that word the Septuagint version translates “new”; and indeed were it not for the above law, there does not seem to be any reason for rendering it old corn, only corn of the land, as the Septuagint does; and there is some difficulty how they should get at the old corn, which it may be supposed was laid up in the granaries, when Jericho was close shut up, and none went in or out; unless they met with it in some of the villages near at hand, or it was brought them by the traders in corn, of whom they bought it, or found it in some houses and barns without the city: on the morrow after the passover ; which Kimchi and Ben Gersom say was on the fifteenth of Nisan, the passover being on the fourteenth; but if the morrow after the passover is the same with the morrow after the Sabbath, ( Leviticus 23:11); that was the sixteenth of Nisan; and so Jarchi here says, this is the day of waving the sheaf, which was always done on the sixteenth: it is difficult to say which day is meant; if it was the sixteenth, then it may refer to what they ate on that day, after the sheaf was offered f78 ; if it was the fifteenth, it seems necessary to understand it of the old corn; and such they must have to make their unleavened cakes of, both for the passover on the fourteenth, and the Chagigah, or feast of unleavened bread, which began the fifteenth, as it follows: unleavened bread, and parched [corn] in the selfsame day ; unleavened bread, for the uses before mentioned, they were obliged to, and parched corn for their pleasure; but new corn, as the Septuagint render it, was expressly forbidden before the waving of the sheaf, ( Leviticus 23:14); and therefore old corn seems to be meant; this was just forty years to a day from their coming out of Egypt.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-12 - A solemn passover was kept, at the time appointed by the law, in the plains of Jericho, in defiance of the Canaanites round about them. It was a performance of the promise, that when they went up to keep the feasts, their land should be under the special protection of the Divin providence, Ex 34:24. Notice is taken of the ceasing of the manna a soon as they had eaten the old corn of the land. For as it came jus when they needed, so it continued as long as they needed it. Thi teaches us not to expect supplies by miracles, when they may be had in a common way. The word and ordinances of God are spiritual manna, with which God nourishes his people in this wilderness. Though ofte forfeited, yet they are continued while we are here; but when we com to the heavenly Canaan, this manna will cease, for we shall no longe need it.
Original Hebrew ויאכלו 398 מעבור 5669 הארץ 776 ממחרת 4283 הפסח 6453 מצות 4682 וקלוי 7033 בעצם 6106 היום 3117 הזה׃ 2088