Eze 27:3
27:3 And say to Tyre, O thou that dwelleth at the entrance of
     the sea, [which art] a merchant {a} of the people for many
     isles, Thus saith the Lord GOD; O Tyre, thou hast said, I
     [am] of perfect beauty.

     (a) Which serves all the world with your merchandise.

Eze 27:5
27:5 They have made all thy [ship] planks of fir trees of {b}
     Senir: they have taken cedars from Lebanon to make masts
     for thee.

     (b) This mountain was called Hermon but the Amorites
         called it Shenir, De 3:9.

Eze 27:6
27:6 [Of] the oaks of Bashan have they made thy oars; the
     company of the Ashurites have made thy benches [of] ivory,
     [brought] out of the isles of {c} Chittim.

     (c) Which is taken for Greece and Italy.

Eze 27:9
27:9 The ancients of Gebal and its wise [men] were in thee thy
     {d} calkers: all the ships of the sea with their mariners
     were in thee to exchange thy merchandise.

     (d) Meaning, that they built the walls of the city, which
         is here meant by the ship: and of these were the
         builders of Solomon's temple, 1Ki 5:18.

Eze 27:11
27:11 The men of Arvad with thy army [were] upon thy walls on
      all sides, and the {e} Gammadims were in thy towers: they
      hung their shields upon thy walls on every side; they have
      made thy beauty perfect.

      (e) That is they of Cappadocia, or pygmies and dwarfs
          which were called because from the high towers they
          seemed little.

Eze 27:13
27:13 {f} Javan, Tubal, and Meshech, they [were] thy merchants:
      they traded {g} in the persons of men and vessels of brass
      in thy market.

      (f) Of Greece, Italy and Cappadocia.
      (g) By selling slaves.

Eze 27:14
27:14 They of the house of {h} Togarmah traded in thy fairs with
      horses and horsemen and mules.

      (h) Which are taken for a people of Asia minor.

Eze 27:15
27:15 The men of Dedan [were] thy merchants; many isles [were]
      the merchandise of thy hand: they brought thee [for] a
      present {i} horns of ivory and ebony.

      (i) Meaning, unicorn's horns and elephant's teeth.

Eze 27:17
27:17 Judah, and the land of Israel, they [were] thy merchants:
      they traded in thy market in wheat of {k} Minnith, and
      Pannag, and honey, and oil, and balm.

      (k) Where the best wheat grew.

Eze 27:26
27:26 Thy rowers have brought thee into great waters: the {l}
      east wind hath broken thee in the midst of the seas.

      (l) That is, Nebuchadnezzar.

Eze 27:28
27:28 The {m} common lands shall shake at the sound of the cry
      of thy pilots.

      (m) That is, the cities near you, as Zidon, Arund and

Eze 27:36
27:36 The merchants among the people shall hiss at thee; thou
      shalt be a terror, and never [shalt be] {n} any more.

      (n) By which is meant a long time: for it was prophesied
          to be destroyed but seventy years, Isa 23:15.