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Jeremiah 39:8

Context
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The Babylonians 1  burned down the royal palace, the temple of the Lord, and the people’s homes, 2  and they tore down the wall of Jerusalem. 3 

XREF

2Ki 25:9; 2Ki 25:10; 2Ch 36:19; Ne 1:3; Isa 5:9; Jer 7:20; Jer 9:10-12; Jer 17:27; Jer 21:10; Jer 34:2,22; Jer 37:10; Jer 38:18; Jer 52:13; Jer 52:14; La 1:10; La 2:2,7; Am 2:5; Mic 3:12

NET © Notes

tn Heb “Chaldean.” See the study note on 21:4 for explanation.

tc The reading here is based on an emendation following the parallels in Jer 52:13 and 2 Kgs 25:9. The Hebrew text here does not have “the temple of the Lord” and reads merely “house of the people.” The text here is probably corrupt. It reads וְאֶת־בֵּית הָעָם (vÿet-bet haam, “and the house of the people”), which many explain as a collective use of בַּיִת (bayit). However, no parallels are cited by any of the commentaries, grammars, or lexicons for such a use. It is more likely that the words יְהוָה וְאֶת־בָּתֵּי (yÿhvah vÿet-bate) have fallen out of the text due to similar beginnings. The words וְאֶת־בֵּית יהוה (vÿet-bet yhwh) are found in the parallel texts cited in the marginal note. The Greek version is no help here because vv. 4-13 are omitted, probably due to the similarities in ending of vv. 3, 13 (i.e., homoioteleuton of מֶלֶךְ בָּבֶל, melekh bavel).

sn According to the parallels in 2 Kgs 25:8-9; Jer 52:12-13 this occurred almost a month after the wall was breached and Zedekiah’s failed escape. It took place under the direction of Nebuzaradan, the captain of the king’s special guard who is mentioned in the next verse.



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