cHowl, ye ships of Tarshish;
From the land of eChittim it is revealed to them.
Thou whom the merchants of hZidon, that pass over the sea, have replenished.
3 And by great waters the seed of iSihor,
The harvest of the river, is her revenue;
And kshe is a mart of nations.
4 Be thou ashamed, O hZidon: for the sea hath spoken,
Even the strength of the sea, saying,
I travail not, nor bring forth children,
So shall they be sorely pained at the report of Tyre.
Her own feet shall carry her †afar off to sojourn.
Whose merchants are princes, whose nntraffickers are the honourable of the earth?
And to pbring into contempt all the honourable of the earth.
11 He stretched out his hand over the sea, she shook the kingdoms:
O thou oppressed virgin, daughter of Zidon:
Arise, pass over to eChittim;
There also shalt thou have no rest.
13 Behold the land of tthe Chaldeans;
This people was not,
Till the Assyrian founded it for uthem that dwell in the wilderness:
They set up the vtowers thereof,
They raised up the palaces thereof;
And he brought it wto ruin.
14 cHowl, ye ships of Tarshish: for your strength is laid waste.
That Tyre shall be forgotten xseventy years,
According to the days of xxone king:
16 zTake an harp, go about the city, thou harlot that hast been forgotten;
aMake sweet melody, sing many songs, that thou mayest be remembered.
17 And it shall come to pass yafter the end of seventy years,
That the Lord will aavisit Tyre,
And yshe shall turn to her hire,
And bshall commit fornication with all the kingdoms of the world
Upon the face of the earth.
18 And her merchandise and her hire shall be choliness to the Lord:
It shall not be treasured nor laid up;
For dher merchandise shall be for them that dwell before the Lord,
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