And they brought him on horses
That is, in a chariot or hearse drawn by horses; though the Jews F8 suppose he was carried on horses, and that because he worshipped the gods of the Edomites, who were themselves carried on horses; and he was not carried on the shoulders of men, because he neglected to serve the God of Israel, whose mysteries were carried on the shoulders of men:
and he was buried at Jerusalem with his fathers in the city of David;
and very probably in the sepulchre of the kings, though his father was not.
F8 Hieron. Trad. Heb. in lib. paralip. fol. 85. L.