John 12:15 Fear <phobeo> not <me>, daughter <thugater> of Sion <Sion>: behold <idou>, thy <sou> King <basileus> cometh <erchomai>, sitting <kathemai> on <epi> an ass’s <onos> colt <polos>.
Zec 9:9 ¶ Rejoice <giyl> greatly <m@`od>, O daughter <bath> of Zion <Tsiyown>; shout <ruwa`>, O daughter <bath> of Jerusalem <Y@ruwshalaim>: behold, thy King <melek> cometh <bow’> unto thee: he is just <tsaddiyq>, and having salvation <yasha`>; lowly <`aniy>, and riding <rakab> upon an ass <chamowr>, and upon a colt <`ayir> the foal <ben> of an ass <‘athown>.
As you can see the Greek does not track the Hebrew and is not a complete rendering of the verse sited (Prv.25:2)
Greek – King <basileus> =/= Hebrew – King <melek> ‘is just’ <tsaddiyq> = Melkizedeq
This also tracks
Gen.49:10 The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, **until** Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be. 11 Binding his foal unto the vine, and his **ass’s colt** unto the choice vine; he washed his garments in wine, and his clothes in the blood of grapes:
Proving Yahshua’s fulfillment of OT prophesy including ‘change’ prepackaged in Torah to include the ‘change’ of the Priesthood back to Melkizedeq and a ‘change’ of the ‘Law’ back to Melkizedeq ‘Law’ (Heb.7:11-12); minus the Levitical law that does Not ‘remain’ (Ezk.20:24-25, Acts 15:10, 2Cor.3:11)