1 Kings 22:48

Overview - 1 Kings 22
Ahab, seduced by false prophets, according to the word of Micaiah, is slain at Ramoth-gilead.
37 The dogs lick up his blood, and Ahaziah succeeds him.
41 Jehoshaphat's good reign.
45 His acts.
46 Jehoram succeeds him.
51 Ahaziah's evil reign.
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1 Kings 22:48  (King James Version)
Jehoshaphat made ships of Tharshish to go to Ophir for gold: but they went not; for the ships were broken at Eziongeber.

2 Chronicles 20:35 2 Chronicles 36-21:1

made ships
or, had ten ships.
10:22 2 Chronicles 9:21 ; Psalms 48:7 ; Isaiah 2:16 ; 60:9 Jonah 1:3

Josephus and the Chaldee and Arabic paraphrasts explain this place of Tarsus in Cilicia; the LXX., Theodoret, and Jerome, understand it of Carthage; but the learned Bochart makes it Tartessus, an island in the straits of Gades. Ibn Haukal describes Tarsousa as belonging to Andalus, or Andalusia; and Festus Avienus expressly says, {Hic Gadir urbs est dicta Tartessus prius,} "the city Cadiz was formerly called Tartessus."

to Ophir
9:28 Psalms 45:9

they went not
2 Chronicles 20:37 ; 25:7

9:26 Numbers 33:35 Numbers 33:36