Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
his—Judah's (compare Isaiah 9:21).
at Zoan—are already arrived there on their errand to Pharaoh (see Isaiah 19:11).
came to Hanes—are come there. West of the Nile, in central Egypt: Egyptian Hnes; the Greek Heracleopolis: perhaps the Anysis of HERODOTUS (2.137); according to GROTIUS, Tahpanhes contracted (Jeremiah 43:7-9); the seat of a reigning prince at the time, as was Zoan, hence the Jewish ambassadors go to both.
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