You destroyed them like ships of Tarshish(A)
    shattered by an east wind.(B)

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10 May the kings of Tarshish(A) and of distant shores(B)
    bring tribute to him.
May the kings of Sheba(C) and Seba
    present him gifts.(D)

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16 for every trading ship[a](A)
    and every stately vessel.

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Footnotes

  1. Isaiah 2:16 Hebrew every ship of Tarshish

A Prophecy Against Tyre

23 A prophecy against Tyre:(A)

Wail,(B) you ships(C) of Tarshish!(D)
    For Tyre is destroyed(E)
    and left without house or harbor.
From the land of Cyprus
    word has come to them.

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Cross over to Tarshish;(A)
    wail, you people of the island.

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10 Till[a] your land as they do along the Nile,
    Daughter Tarshish,
    for you no longer have a harbor.

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  1. Isaiah 23:10 Dead Sea Scrolls and some Septuagint manuscripts; Masoretic Text Go through

14 Wail, you ships(A) of Tarshish;(B)
    your fortress is destroyed!(C)

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Surely the islands(A) look to me;
    in the lead are the ships of Tarshish,[a](B)
bringing(C) your children from afar,
    with their silver and gold,(D)
to the honor(E) of the Lord your God,
    the Holy One(F) of Israel,
    for he has endowed you with splendor.(G)

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  1. Isaiah 60:9 Or the trading ships

19 “I will set a sign(A) among them, and I will send some of those who survive(B) to the nations—to Tarshish,(C) to the Libyans[a] and Lydians(D) (famous as archers), to Tubal(E) and Greece,(F) and to the distant islands(G) that have not heard of my fame or seen my glory.(H) They will proclaim my glory among the nations.

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  1. Isaiah 66:19 Some Septuagint manuscripts Put (Libyans); Hebrew Pul

Hammered silver is brought from Tarshish(A)
    and gold from Uphaz.
What the craftsman and goldsmith have made(B)
    is then dressed in blue and purple—
    all made by skilled workers.

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12 “‘Tarshish(A) did business with you because of your great wealth of goods;(B) they exchanged silver, iron, tin and lead for your merchandise.

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25 “‘The ships of Tarshish(A) serve
    as carriers for your wares.
You are filled with heavy cargo
    as you sail the sea.(B)

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13 Sheba(A) and Dedan(B) and the merchants of Tarshish(C) and all her villages[a] will say to you, “Have you come to plunder? Have you gathered your hordes to loot, to carry off silver and gold, to take away livestock and goods and to seize much plunder?(D)”’

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  1. Ezekiel 38:13 Or her strong lions

But Jonah ran(A) away from the Lord and headed for Tarshish(B). He went down to Joppa,(C) where he found a ship bound for that port. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the Lord.(D)

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