Isaiah 201 A type prefiguring the shameful captivity of Egypt and Ethiopia. Tartan.Tartan was one of the generals of Sennacherib, who, it is probable, is here called Sargon, and in the book of Tobit, Sacherdonus and Sacherdan, against whom Tirhakah, king of Cush or Ethiopia, was in league with the king of Egypt. 2Ki 18:17Ashdod.1Sa 6:17; Jer 25:20; Am 1:8and took.Jer 25:29,30 Isaiah. Heb. the hand of Isaiah. Go.Jer 13:1-11; 19:1-15; Eze 4:5; Mt 16:24the sackcloth.2Ki 1:8; Zec 13:4; Mt 3:4; Re 11:3put.Ex 3:5; Jos 5:15; Eze 24:17,23naked.1Sa 19:24; 2Sa 6:20; Job 1:20,21; Mic 1:8,11; Joh 21:7; Ac 19:16 three.Nu 14:34; Eze 4:5,6; Re 11:2,3a sign.8:18upon Egypt.18:1-7 shall.19:4; Jer 46:26; Eze 30:18Egyptians. Heb. captivity of Egypt. with their.3:17; 2Sa 10:4; Jer 13:22,26; Mic 1:11shame. Heb. nakedness.Re 3:18 afraid.30:3,5,7; 36:6; 2Ki 18:21; Eze 29:6,7their glory.2:22; Jer 9:23,24; 17:5; 1Co 3:21 isle. or, country.Job 22:30; Jer 47:4whither.28:17; 30:1-7,15,16; 31:1-3; Job 6:20and how.Mt 23:33; 1Th 5:3; Heb 2:3
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