And all the princes of the king of Babylon came in, and sat in the middle gate, even Nergal-sharezer, Samgar-nebo, Sarsechim the Rabsaris, Nergal-sharezer the Rab-mag, with all the rest of the princes of the king of Babylon.
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George Leo Haydock
Neregel, Sereser. Perhaps Nabuzardan should be read, (ver. 13.; Haydock) or these names are mentioned twice, probably by mistake of transcribers. The former was an idol; (4 Kings xvii. 30.) the latter word means "treasurer. "(Calmet)
(Protestants) Nergal-Sharezer seems to be one person, as in Septuagint, or "treasurer of Nergel. "(Haydock)
Samgar-nebu, was "prefect of the temple of Nabo. "
Sarsachim, "prince of the sacæ, or Scythians. "
Rabsares, "master of the eunuchs "or officers within the palace. Such a one was employed by Sennacherib, 4 Kings xviii. 17.
Rebmag, "chief of the magi "(Calmet) or "master of the camp. "(Junius)
These entered the first wall, chap i. 15., and Isaias xxii. 7.