" 'Damascus,1 because of your many products and great wealth of goods,2 did business with you in wine from Helbon and wool from Zahar.
" 'Danites and Greeks3 from Uzal4 bought your merchandise; they exchanged wrought iron, cassia5 and calamus for your wares.
" 'Dedan6 traded in saddle blankets with you.
" 'Arabia7 and all the princes of Kedar8 were your customers; they did business with you in lambs, rams and goats.
" 'The merchants of Sheba9 and Raamah traded with you; for your merchandise they exchanged the finest of all kinds of spices10 and precious stones, and gold.1123
" 'Haran,12 Canneh and Eden13 and merchants of Sheba, Asshur14 and Kilmad traded with you.
In your marketplace they traded with you beautiful garments, blue fabric, embroidered work and multicolored rugs with cords twisted and tightly knotted.
" 'The ships of Tarshish15 serve as carriers for your wares. You are filled with heavy cargo in the heart of the sea.1626
Your oarsmen take you out to the high seas. But the east wind17 will break you to pieces in the heart of the sea.
Your wealth,18 merchandise and wares, your mariners, seamen and shipwrights, your merchants and all your soldiers, and everyone else on board will sink into the heart of the sea19 on the day of your shipwreck.
The shorelands will quake20 when your seamen cry out.