SEV Biblia, Chapter 20:29 Y viendo toda la congregación que Aarón era muerto, le lloraron treinta días todas las familias de Israel.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 29. And when all the congregation saw that Aaron was dead , etc.] Not that they saw his dead body, but they perceived by the relation of Moses, and by various circumstances, as not seeing Aaron come down, whom they saw go up, and seeing Eleazar with Aaron’s garments on him, and perhaps by tokens of mourning in Moses and Eleazar; so the Targums of Jonathan and Jerusalem say, they saw them come down from the top of the mountain, with their garments rent, and ashes on their heads, weeping and lamenting: they mourned for Aaron thirty days ; the whole month out; so long public mourning with the Jews lasted, as Josephus relates: [even] all the house of Israel ; men and women, as the Targum of Jonathan, and so Jarchi: no doubt it was for the amiable virtues and abundant grace that were in him, and the many services he had done for them, both before and since he was invested with the priestly office; and oftentimes the memory of such things is revived after the death of a good man, which are not so much taken notice of in his life, nor he be thanked for them, or have honour and respect shown him on account of them; but when dead, he, and what he has done, are spoken well of, and his loss lamented.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 22-29 - God bids Aaron prepare to die. There is something of displeasure i these orders. Aaron must not enter Canaan, because he had failed in his duty at the waters of strife. There is much of mercy in them. Aaron though he dies for his transgression, dies with ease, and in honour. He is gathered to his people, as one who dies in the arms of Divine grace There is much significancy in these orders. Aaron must not ente Canaan, to show that the Levitical priesthood could make nothin perfect; that must be done by bringing in a better hope. Aaron submits and dies in the method and manner appointed; and, for aught tha appears, with as much cheerfulness as if he had been going to bed. It was a great satisfaction to Aaron to see his son, who was dear to him preferred; and his office preserved and secured: especially, to see in this a figure of Christ's everlasting priesthood. A good man woul desire, if it were the will of God, not to outlive his usefulness. Wh should we covet to continue any longer in this world, than while we ma do some service in it for God and our generation __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויראו 7200 כל 3605 העדה 5712 כי 3588 גוע 1478 אהרן 175 ויבכו 1058 את 853 אהרן 175 שׁלשׁים 7970 יום 3117 כל 3605 בית 1004 ישׂראל׃ 3478