So the king died, and was brought to Samaria; and they buried the king in Samaria.
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Ephrem The Syrian
You see, not all the humiliations with which Elijah had threatened Ahab were accomplished, thanks to [the king’s] profound repentance, nor was Ahab’s corpse devoured by birds or wild beasts. Instead he was brought to the royal palace in Samaria, and there, after being celebrated with regal magnificence, was solemnly buried. Ahab died in that battle, which Micaiah had predicted to be fatal and deadly to him, even though he did not die on the battlefield but was taken away from there and survived for several hours, before he finally died in the evening. Therefore it seems clear that the dogs were not prevented from licking the blood that flowed on that day and night from his wound. - "On the First Book of Kings 22.37"