Matthew Poole Commentary - Judges 8:18 - 8:18

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Matthew Poole Commentary - Judges 8:18 - 8:18

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What manner of men, i.e. for outward shape and quality?

At Tabor; whither he understood they fled for shelter, upon the approach of the Midianites; and where he learnt that some were slain, which he suspected might be they.

Each one resembled the children of a king; not for their garb, or outward splendour, for the family was but mean; but for the majesty of their looks; by which commendation they thought to ingratiate themselves with their conqueror.