Of the two burying-places of the patriarchs, one was at
Hebron, the cave and field which Abraham purchased of Ephron
the Hittite, (Ge 23:16, etc.); the other in Sychem, which
Jacob (not Abraham) bought of the sons of Emmor, (Ge 33:19.)
To remove this glaring discrepancy, Markland interprets
[para [,] from, as it frequently
signifies with a genitive, and renders, "And were carried over
to Sychem; and afterwards from among the descendants of Emmor,
the father, or son, of Sychem, they were laid in the sepulchre
which Abraham bought for a sum of money." This agrees with
the account which Josephus gives of the patriarchs; that they
were carried out of Egypt, first to Sychem, and then to
Hebron, where they were buried.
Ex 13:19 Jos 24:32
* the sepulchre.
Ge 33:9-20 35:19 49:29-32
* Hamor, Shechem.