Jeremiah 44:1
Cir, am 3433, bc 571 The word: Dahler supposes this discourse to have been delivered in the seventeenth or eighteenth year after the taking of Jerusalem. concerning: Jer 42:15-18, Jer 43:5-7 Migdol: Jer 46:14, Exo 14:2, Eze 29:10,*Heb: Tahpanhes: Tahpanhes rendered Ταφνη and Ταφναι by the LXX, is no doubt the Δαφναι of Herodotus, a royal city of Lower Egypt, situated, according to the Itinerary of Antoninus, sixteen miles south from Pelusium, from which it was called Daphne Pelusice. Forster says that there is now a place situated in the vicinity of Pelusium called Safnas, which may be a vestige of the ancient name. It appears to have been the very first town in Egypt, in the road from Palestine, that afforded tolerable accommodation for the fugitives. It was at this place that, according to Jerome and several of the ancients, tradition says the faithful Jeremiah was stoned to death by these rebellious wretches, for whose welfare he had watched, prayed, and suffered every kind of indignity and hardship. Jer 43:7, Eze 30:18, Tehaphnehes Noph: Jer 2:16, Jer 46:14, Jer 46:19, Isa 19:13, Eze 30:16 Pathros: Gen 10:14, Pathrusim, Isa 11:11, Eze 29:14, Eze 30:14 Reciprocal: Eze 30:13 - Noph