1 Samuel 11:8

NET ©

When Saul counted them at Bezek, the Israelites were 300,000 strong and the men of Judah numbered 30,000.

NIV ©

When Saul mustered them at Bezek, the men of Israel numbered three hundred thousand and the men of Judah thirty thousand.

NASB ©

He numbered them in Bezek; and the sons of Israel were 300,000, and the men of Judah 30,000.

NLT ©

When Saul mobilized them at Bezek, he found that there were 300,000 men of Israel, in addition to 30,000 from Judah.

MSG ©

Saul took command of the people at Bezek. There were 300,000 men from Israel, another 30,000 from Judah.

BBE ©

And he had them numbered in Bezek: the children of Israel were three hundred thousand, and the men of Judah thirty thousand.

NRSV ©

When he mustered them at Bezek, those from Israel were three hundred thousand, and those from Judah seventy thousand.

NKJV ©

When he numbered them in Bezek, the children of Israel were three hundred thousand, and the men of Judah thirty thousand.

KJV
And when he numbered
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them in Bezek
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the children
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of Israel
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were three
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hundred
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thousand
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and the men
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of Judah
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thirty
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HEBREW
Pla
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Mysls
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hdwhy
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syaw
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Pla
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twam
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sls
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larvy
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ynb
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wyhyw
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qzbb
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Mdqpyw (11:8)
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LXXM
kai
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CONJ
episkeptetai
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V-PMI-3S
autouv
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D-APM
abiezek
 
N-PRI
en
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PREP
bama
 
N-PRI
pan
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A-NSN
andra
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N-ASM
israhl
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N-PRI
exakosiav
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A-APF
ciliadav
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N-APF
kai
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CONJ
andrav
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N-APM
iouda
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N-PRI
ebdomhkonta
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N-NUI
ciliadav
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N-APF
NET © [draft] ITL
When Saul counted
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them at Bezek
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, the Israelites
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were
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300,000
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strong and the men
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of Judah
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numbered 30,000
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.
NET © Notes

tc The LXX and two Old Latin mss read 600,000 here, rather than the MT’s 300,000.

tc The LXX, two Old Latin mss, and a Qumran ms read 70,000 here, rather than the MT’s 30,000.