to eat 1 your fill 2 of the flesh of kings, the flesh of generals, 3 the flesh of powerful people, the flesh of horses and those who ride them, and the flesh of all people, both free and slave, 4 and small and great!”
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1 tn The ἵνα (Jina) clause, insofar as it is related to the first imperative, has the force of an imperative.
2 tn The idea of eating “your fill” is evident in the context with the use of χορτάζω (cortazw) in v. 21.
3 tn Grk “chiliarchs”; normally a chiliarch was a military officer commanding a thousand soldiers, but here probably used of higher-ranking commanders like generals (see L&N 55.15; cf. Rev 6:15).
4 tn See the note on the word “servants” in 1:1.