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According to The Bible Unearthed , archaeological evidence suggests that the kingdom of Israel at the time of Solomon was little more than a small city state, and so it is implausible that Solomon received tribute as large as talents of gold per year.

They suggest that because of religious prejudice, the authors of the Bible suppressed the achievements of the Omrides whom the Hebrew Bible describes as being polytheist , and instead pushed them back to a supposed golden age of Judaism and monotheists, and devotees of Yahweh.

Some Biblical minimalists like Thomas L. Thompson go further, arguing that Jerusalem became a city and capable of being a state capital only in the mid-7th century.

These views are criticized by William G. Lemaire states in Ancient Israel: From Abraham to the Roman Destruction of the Temple [56] that the principal points of the biblical tradition of Solomon are generally trustworthy, although elsewhere he writes that he could find no substantiating archaeological evidence that supports the Queen of Sheba's visit to king Solomon, saying that the earliest records of trans-Arabian caravan voyages from Tayma and Sheba unto the Middle-Euphrates etc.

Kitchen calculates that over 30 years, such a kingdom might have accumulated up to tons of gold, which is small compared to other examples, such as the 1, tons of gold that Alexander the Great took from Susa.

Dever states "that we now have direct Bronze and Iron Age parallels for every feature of the 'Solomonic temple' as described in the Hebrew Bible".

Some scholars have charted a middle path between minimalist scholars like Finkelstein, Silberman, and Philip Davies [62] who believes that "Solomon is a totally invented character" [63] and maximalist scholars like Dever, Lemaire and Kitchen.

For instance, the archaeologist Avraham Faust has argued that biblical depictions of Solomon date to later periods and do overstate his wealth, buildings, and kingdom, but that Solomon did have an acropolis and ruled over a polity larger than Jerusalem.

The archaeological remains that are considered to date from the time of Solomon are notable for the fact that Canaanite material culture appears to have continued unabated; there is a distinct lack of magnificent empire, or cultural development—indeed comparing pottery from areas traditionally assigned to Israel with that of the Philistines points to the latter having been significantly more sophisticated.

However, there is a lack of physical evidence of its existence, despite some archaeological work in the area. Little archaeological excavation has been done around the area known as the Temple Mount , in what is thought to be the foundation of Solomon's Temple, because attempts to do so are met with protests by the Muslim authorities.

The biblical passages that understand Tarshish as a source of King Solomon's great wealth in metals—especially silver, but also gold, tin and iron Ezekiel 27 —were linked to archaeological evidence from silver-hoards found in Phoenicia in The metals from Tarshish were reportedly obtained by Solomon in partnership with King Hiram of Phoenician Tyre Isaiah 23 , and the fleets of Tarshish-ships that sailed in their service, and the silver-hoards provide the first recognized material evidence that agrees with the ancient texts concerning Solomon's kingdom and his wealth see 'wealth' below.

Possible evidence for the described wealth of Solomon and his kingdom was discovered in ancient silver-hoards, which were found in Israel and Phoenicia and recognized for their importance in The evidence from the hoards shows that the Levant was a center of wealth in precious metals during the reign of Solomon and Hiram, and matches the texts that say the trade extended from Asia to the Atlantic Ocean.

From a critical point of view, Solomon's building of a temple for Yahweh should not be considered an act of particular devotion to Yahweh because Solomon is also described as building places of worship for a number of other deities.

Earlier historians maintain that there is evidence that these passages in Kings are derived from official court records at the time of Solomon and from other writings of that time that were incorporated into the canonical books of Kings.

King Solomon sinned by acquiring many foreign wives and horses because he thought he knew the reason for the biblical prohibition and thought it did not apply to him.

When King Solomon married the daughter of the Egyptian Pharaoh, a sandbank formed which eventually formed the "great nation of Rome"—the nation that destroyed the Second Temple Herod's Temple.

Solomon gradually lost more and more prestige until he became like a commoner. Some say he regained his status while others say he did not.

In the end however, he is regarded as a righteous king and is especially praised for his diligence in building the Temple.

Christianity has traditionally accepted the historical existence of Solomon, though some modern Christian scholars have also questioned at least his authorship of those biblical texts ascribed to him.

Such disputes tend to divide Christians into traditionalist and modernist camps. Some commentators see this as an issue that can be reconciled while others disagree.

For instance, it has been suggested that Matthew is using Joseph's genealogy and Luke is using Mary's, but Darrell Bock states that this would be unprecedented, "especially when no other single woman appears in the line".

Other suggestions include the use by one of the royal and the other of the natural line, one using the legal line and the other the physical line, or that Joseph was adopted.

Jesus makes reference to Solomon, using him for comparison purposes in his admonition against worrying about your life.

This account is recorded in Matthew and the parallel passage in Luke Statues of King David and Solomon stand on either side of the entrance to the basilica of El Escorial , Philip's palace, and Solomon is also depicted in a great fresco at the center of El Escorial's library.

Philip identified the warrior-king David with his own father Charles V , and himself sought to emulate the thoughtful and logical character which he perceived in Solomon.

Moreover, the structure of the Escorial was inspired by that of Solomon's Temple. In Islamic tradition, Solomon is venerated as a prophet and a messenger of God , as well as a divinely appointed monarch, who ruled over the Kingdom of Israel.

Unlike in the Bible where Solomon was granted an incomparable realm because God was impressed by his wish to have wisdom, [82] the Quran states that Solomon prayed earnestly to God to grant him a kingdom which would be greater than any realm before or after him.

And they followed what the devils taught during the reign of Solomon. It was not Solomon who disbelieved, but it was the devils who disbelieved.

They did not teach anybody until they had said "We are a test, so do not lose faith. But they cannot harm anyone except with God's permission.

And they learned what would harm them and not benefit them. Yet they knew that whoever deals in it will have no share in the Hereafter.

Miserable is what they sold their souls for, if they only knew. The Quran [85] [86] [87] ascribes to Solomon a great level of wisdom, knowledge and power.

So order me that I may be grateful for Thy favors, which Thou hast bestowed on me and on my parents, and that I may work the righteousness that will please Thee: and admit me, by Thy Grace, to the ranks of Thy righteous Servants.

A well-known story in the collection One Thousand and One Nights describes a genie who had displeased King Solomon and was punished by being locked in a bottle and thrown into the sea.

Since the bottle was sealed with Solomon's seal, the genie was helpless to free himself, until he was freed many centuries later by a fisherman who discovered the bottle.

Sometimes, protagonists discovered words of Solomon that were intended to help those who were lost and had unluckily reached those forbidden and deserted places.

According to the Rabbinical literature , on account of his modest request for wisdom only, Solomon was rewarded with riches and an unprecedented glorious realm, which extended over the upper world inhabited by the angels and over the whole of the terrestrial globe with all its inhabitants, including all the beasts, fowl, and reptiles, as well as the demons and spirits.

His control over the demons, spirits, and animals augmented his splendor, the demons bringing him precious stones, besides water from distant countries to irrigate his exotic plants.

The beasts and fowl of their own accord entered the kitchen of Solomon's palace, so that they might be used as food for him, and extravagant meals for him were prepared daily by each of his wives and concubines, with the thought that perhaps the king would feast that day in her house.

A magic ring called the " Seal of Solomon " was supposedly given to Solomon and gave him power over demons or Jinn.

The magical symbol said to have been on the Seal of Solomon which made it efficacious is often considered to be the Star of David [ citation needed ] though this emblem also known as the Shield of David is known to have been associated with Judaism only as recently as the 11th century CE while the five pointed star pentagram can be found on jars and other artifacts from Jerusalem dating back to at least the 2nd and 4th centuries BCE and is more likely to have been the emblem found on the ring purportedly used by King Solomon to control the Jinn or demons.

Asmodeus , king of demons, was one day, according to the classical Rabbis, captured by Benaiah using the ring, and was forced to remain in Solomon's service.

In one tale, Asmodeus brought a man with two heads from under the earth to show Solomon; the man, unable to return, married a woman from Jerusalem and had seven sons, six of whom resembled the mother, while one resembled the father in having two heads.

After their father's death, the son with two heads claimed two shares of the inheritance, arguing that he was two men; Solomon decided that the son with two heads was only one man.

The Seal of Solomon, in some legends known as the Ring of Aandaleeb, was a highly sought after symbol of power.

In several legends, different groups or individuals attempted to steal it or attain it in some manner. One legend concerning Asmodeus see: The Story of King Solomon and Ashmedai goes on to state that Solomon one day asked Asmodeus what could make demons powerful over man, and Asmodeus asked to be freed and given the ring so that he could demonstrate; Solomon agreed but Asmodeus threw the ring into the sea and it was swallowed by a fish.

Asmodeus then swallowed the king, stood up fully with one wing touching heaven and the other earth, and spat out Solomon to a distance of miles.

The Rabbis claim this was a divine punishment for Solomon's having failed to follow three divine commands, and Solomon was forced to wander from city to city, until he eventually arrived in an Ammonite city where he was forced to work in the king's kitchens.

Solomon gained a chance to prepare a meal for the Ammonite king, which the king found so impressive that the previous cook was sacked and Solomon put in his place; the king's daughter, Naamah , subsequently fell in love with Solomon, but the family thinking Solomon a commoner disapproved, so the king decided to kill them both by sending them into the desert.

Solomon and the king's daughter wandered the desert until they reached a coastal city, where they bought a fish to eat, which just happened to be the one which had swallowed the magic ring.

Solomon was then able to regain his throne and expel Asmodeus. The element of a ring thrown into the sea and found back in a fish's belly also appeared in Herodotus ' account of Polycrates , the tyrant of Samos c.

In another familiar version of the legend of the Seal of Solomon, Asmodeus disguises himself. In some myths, he's disguised as King Solomon himself, while in more frequently heard versions he's disguised as a falcon, calling himself Gavyn Gavinn or Gavin , one of King Solomon's trusted friends.

The concealed Asmodeus tells travelers who have ventured up to King Solomon's grand lofty palace that the Seal of Solomon was thrown into the sea.

He then convinces them to plunge in and attempt to retrieve it, for if they do they would take the throne as king.

Other magical items attributed to Solomon are his key and his Table. The former appears in the title of the Lesser Key of Solomon , a grimoire whose framing story is Solomon capturing demons using his ring, and forcing them to explain themselves to him.

In The Book of Deadly Names , purportedly translated from Arabic manuscripts found hidden in a building in Spain, the "King of the Jinn" Fiqitush brings 72 Jinn before King Solomon to confess their corruptions and places of residence.

Fiqitush tells King Solomon the recipes for curing such corruptions as each evil Jinn confesses.

Angels also helped Solomon in building the Temple; though not by choice. The edifice was, according to rabbinical legend, miraculously constructed throughout, the large heavy stones rising and settling in their respective places of themselves.

The general opinion of the Rabbis is that Solomon hewed the stones by means of a shamir , a mythical worm whose mere touch cleft rocks.

According to Midrash Tehillim , the shamir was brought from paradise by Solomon's eagle; but most of the rabbis state that Solomon was informed of the worm's haunts by Asmodeus.

The shamir had been entrusted by the prince of the sea to the mountain rooster alone, and the rooster had sworn to guard it well, but Solomon's men found the bird's nest, and covered it with glass.

When the bird returned, it used the shamir to break the glass, whereupon the men scared the bird, causing it to drop the worm, which the men could then bring to Solomon.

Early adherents of the Kabbalah portray Solomon as having sailed through the air on a throne of light placed on an eagle, which brought him near the heavenly gates as well as to the dark mountains behind which the fallen angels Uzza and Azzazel were chained; the eagle would rest on the chains, and Solomon, using the magic ring, would compel the two angels to reveal every mystery he desired to know.

According to one legend, while traveling magically, Solomon noticed a magnificent palace to which there appeared to be no entrance.

He ordered the demons to climb to the roof and see if they could discover any living being within the building but they found only an eagle, which said that it was years old, but that it had never seen an entrance.

An elder brother of the eagle, years old, was then found, but it also did not know the entrance. The eldest brother of these two birds, which was 1, years old, then declared it had been informed by its father that the door was on the west side, but that it had become hidden by sand drifted by the wind.

Having discovered the entrance, Solomon found an idol inside that had in its mouth a silver tablet saying in Greek a language not thought by modern scholars to have existed years before the time of Solomon that the statue was of Shaddad, the son of 'Ad , and that it had reigned over a million cities, rode on a million horses, had under it a million vassals and slew a million warriors , yet it could not resist the angel of death.

Solomon's throne is described at length in Targum Sheni , which is compiled from three different sources, and in two later Midrash.

According to these, there were on the steps of the throne twelve golden lions, each facing a golden eagle.

There were six steps to the throne, on which animals, all of gold, were arranged in the following order: on the first step a lion opposite an ox; on the second, a wolf opposite a sheep; on the third, a tiger opposite a camel; on the fourth, an eagle opposite a peacock, on the fifth, a cat opposite a cock; on the sixth, a sparrow-hawk opposite a dove.

On the top of the throne was a dove holding a sparrow-hawk in its claws, symbolizing the dominion of Israel over the Gentiles.

The first midrash claims that six steps were constructed because Solomon foresaw that six kings would sit on the throne, namely, Solomon, Rehoboam , Hezekiah , Manasseh , Amon , and Josiah.

There was also on the top of the throne a golden candelabrum , on the seven branches of the one side of which were engraved the names of the seven patriarchs Adam, Noah, Shem, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Job, and on the seven of the other the names of Levi, Kohath, Amram, Moses, Aaron, Eldad, Medad, and, in addition, Hur another version has Haggai.

Above the candelabrum was a golden jar filled with olive oil and beneath it a golden basin which supplied the jar with oil and on which the names of Nadab, Abihu, and Eli and his two sons were engraved.

Over the throne, twenty-four vines were fixed to cast a shadow on the king's head. By a mechanical contrivance the throne followed Solomon wherever he wished to go.

Supposedly, due to another mechanical trick, when the king reached the first step, the ox stretched forth its leg, on which Solomon leaned, a similar action taking place in the case of the animals on each of the six steps.

From the sixth step the eagles raised the king and placed him in his seat, near which a golden serpent lay coiled.

When the king was seated the large eagle placed the crown on his head, the serpent uncoiled itself, and the lions and eagles moved upward to form a shade over him.

The dove then descended, took the scroll of the Law from the Ark, and placed it on Solomon's knees. When the king sat, surrounded by the Sanhedrin , to judge the people, the wheels began to turn, and the beasts and fowls began to utter their respective cries, which frightened those who had intended to bear false testimony.

Moreover, while Solomon was ascending the throne, the lions scattered all kinds of fragrant spices.

After Sennacherib's fall Hezekiah gained possession of it, but when Josiah was slain by Pharaoh Necho , the latter took it away.

However, according to rabbinical accounts, Necho did not know how the mechanism worked and so accidentally struck himself with one of the lions causing him to become lame; Nebuchadnezzar, into whose possession the throne subsequently came, shared a similar fate.

The throne then passed to the Persians, whose king Darius was the first to sit successfully on Solomon's throne after his death; subsequently the throne came into the possession of the Greeks and Ahasuerus.

Masonic rituals refer to King Solomon and the building of his Temple. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Die Forschung vermutet daher, dass die Schiffe entweder an der arabischen Küste oder an der afrikanischen Ostküste hinuntersegelten.

Der Ort Ophir wird deshalb südlich des Sambesi im heutigen Simbabwe vermutet. Die mit einem ägyptischen Pharao geknüpften Verbindungen sind in ägyptischen Quellen nicht belegt.

Sprichwörtlich wurde die Übernahme altorientalischer Weisheit unter der Regentschaft Salomos. Diese Geschichte ist besonders bekannt und als salomonisches Urteil auch im allgemeinen Sprachgebrauch verankert.

Die Zeit der Herrschaft Salomos gilt in der Bibel als eine Zeit des Friedens und des Wohlstandes, charakterisiert durch die Wiedergabe eines Traumgesichts aus dem Anfang seiner Herrschaft: Als Gott ihm die Gewährung eines Wunsches zusagte, da wünschte er sich Weisheit, um sein Volk gerecht regieren zu können, da er sich dieser Aufgabe noch nicht gewachsen fühlte.

Charakteristisch für diese Geisteshaltung ist die Geschichte des salomonischen Urteils. Jedoch wird die Regierungszeit Salomos nicht uneingeschränkt positiv bewertet.

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Ihm werden übernatürliche Fähigkeiten zugeschrieben, wie etwa mit Tieren und Dschinn zu sprechen. Einer Erzählung nach verlor er diesen Ring, als er den Götzendienst in seinem Königreich duldete, konnte ihn aber später wieder erlangen.

Nach einer Überlieferung von Buchari fällte er auch das berühmte salomonische Urteil. Ob Salomo als historische Person gelten kann, ist wie bei seinem Vater David umstritten.

Auf der anderen Seite lässt bereits der Text der Bibel erkennen, dass der Staat Salomos auf die Hilfe des Königs Hiram von Tyros angewiesen war, ohne den weder der Tempel noch die Seefahrt möglich gewesen wären.

So lebte um v. Inschriften des assyrischen Königs Tiglat-Pilnessar beschreiben dies ausführlich. Neben den genannten biblischen Schriften werden Salomo auch eine Reihe weiterer, apokrypher Werke zugeschrieben: Die griechische und die syrische Überlieferung kennen die Psalmen Salomos , eine Sammlung apokrypher Psalmen jüdischer Herkunft aus dem 1.

Die gnostische Apokalypse des Adam , vermutlich in das 1. Jahrhundert zu datieren, erwähnt eine Legende, der zufolge Salomo eine Armee von Dämonen aussendet auf der Suche nach einer Jungfrau, die vor ihm geflohen war.

Die Traditionen über Salomo als Beherrscher von Dämonen sind ausgebaut im Testament Salomos , ebenfalls einer gnostischen Schrift, und finden sich zahlreich in der weiteren Volksüberlieferung in Judentum und Islam.

Jerusalem bauten. Er hatte einen Talisman , auf dem der wahre Name Gottes stand und mit dem er alles beherrschen konnte.

Auch soll ihm von Allah die Macht über die Tiere übertragen worden sein, und er soll die Sprache der Vögel gesprochen haben.

Im orientalischen Volksglauben, namentlich in Tausendundeine Nacht , wird Salomo Sulaiman, Soliman, Süleyman dargestellt als erster namhafter König, der Allah dient, als Inbegriff der Weisheit, der Menschen, Tieren und Geistern befiehlt und der die Dschinn in Flaschen einsperrt und kurzfristig sogar Iblis , den Teufel selbst, als Aufseher über die Dschinn einsetzt.

Süleyman war daher ein sehr beliebter Vorname, den auch mehrere Kalifen und Sultane trugen. Ersterer stand für den gerechten, Letzterer für den gottgefällig-kriegerischen König.

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Thiele , the death of Solomon and the division of his kingdom would have occurred in the spring of BCE.

Solomon was born in Jerusalem , [13] the second born child of David and his wife Bathsheba , widow of Uriah the Hittite.

The first child unnamed in that account , a son conceived adulterously during Uriah's lifetime, had died as a punishment on account of the death of Uriah by David's order.

Solomon had three named full brothers born to Bathsheba: Nathan , Shammua, and Shobab, [14] besides six known older half-brothers born of as many mothers.

The biblical narrative shows that Solomon served as a peace offering between God and David, due to his adulterous relationship with Bathsheba.

In an effort to hide this sin, for example, he sent the woman's husband to battle, hoping that he would be killed there.

After he died, David was finally able to marry his wife. As punishment, the first child, who was conceived during the adulterous relationship, died.

It is this reason why his name, which means peace, was chosen. Some historians cited that Nathan the Prophet brought up Solomon as his father was busy governing the realm.

According to the First Book of Kings , when David was old, "he could not get warm". The young woman was very beautiful, and she was of service to the king and attended to him, but the king knew her not.

While David was in this state, court factions were maneuvering for power. David's heir apparent , Adonijah , acted to have himself declared king, but was outmaneuvered by Bathsheba and the prophet Nathan , who convinced David to proclaim Solomon king according to his earlier promise not recorded elsewhere in the biblical narrative , [20] despite Solomon's being younger than his brothers.

Solomon, as instructed by David, began his reign with an extensive purge, including his father's chief general, Joab , among others, and further consolidated his position by appointing friends throughout the administration, including in religious positions as well as in civic and military posts.

Solomon greatly expanded his military strength, especially the cavalry and chariot arms. He founded numerous colonies, some of which doubled as trading posts and military outposts.

Trade relationships were a focus of his administration. In particular he continued his father's very profitable relationship with the Phoenician king Hiram I of Tyre see 'wealth' below ; they sent out joint expeditions to the lands of Tarshish and Ophir to engage in the trade of luxury products, importing gold, silver, sandalwood, pearls, ivory, apes and peacocks.

Solomon is considered the most wealthy of the Israelite kings named in the Bible. Solomon was the biblical king most famous for his wisdom.

Solomon asked for wisdom. Pleased, God personally answered Solomon's prayer, promising him great wisdom because he did not ask for self-serving rewards like long life or the death of his enemies.

Perhaps the best known story of his wisdom is the Judgment of Solomon ; two women each lay claim to being the mother of the same child.

Solomon easily resolved the dispute by commanding the child to be cut in half and shared between the two. One woman promptly renounced her claim, proving that she would rather give the child up than see it killed.

Solomon declared the woman who showed compassion to be the true mother, entitled to the whole child. Solomon was traditionally considered the author of several biblical books, "including not only the collections of Proverbs , but also of Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon and the later apocryphal book the Wisdom of Solomon.

According to the Hebrew Bible, the Israelite monarchy gained its highest splendour and wealth during Solomon's reign of 40 years.

In a single year, according to 1 Kings , Solomon collected tribute amounting to talents 18, kilograms of gold. Solomon is described as surrounding himself with all the luxuries and the grandeur of an Eastern monarch, and his government prospered.

He entered into an alliance with Hiram I , king of Tyre , who in many ways greatly assisted him in his numerous undertakings. For some years before his death, David was engaged in collecting materials for building a temple in Jerusalem as a permanent home for Yahweh and the Ark of the Covenant.

Solomon is described as undertaking the construction of the temple , with the help of an architect, also named Hiram , and other materials, sent from King Hiram of Tyre.

After the completion of the temple, Solomon is described in the biblical narrative as erecting many other buildings of importance in Jerusalem.

For 13 years, he was engaged in the building of a royal palace on Ophel a hilly promontory in central Jerusalem. This complex included buildings referred to as:.

Solomon's throne is said to have been a spectacle, seeing that it was one of the earliest mechanical devices built by man. Solomon also constructed great works for the purpose of securing a plentiful supply of water for the city, and the Millo Septuagint , Acra for the defense of the city.

However, excavations of Jerusalem have shown a distinct lack of monumental architecture from the era, and no remains of either the Temple or Solomon's palace have been found.

Solomon is also described as rebuilding cities elsewhere in Israel, creating the port of Ezion-Geber , and constructing Palmyra in the wilderness as a commercial depot and military outpost.

Although the location of the port of Ezion-Geber is known, no remains have ever been found. More archaeological success has been achieved with the major cities Solomon is said to have strengthened or rebuilt, for example, Hazor , Megiddo and Gezer.

According to the Bible, during Solomon's reign, Israel enjoyed great commercial prosperity, with extensive traffic being carried on by land with Tyre , Egypt , and Arabia , and by sea with Tarshish , Ophir , and South India.

According to the biblical account, Solomon had wives and concubines. His marriage to Pharaoh's daughter appears to have cemented a political alliance with Egypt, whereas he clung to his other wives and concubines "in love".

The only wife mentioned by name is Naamah the Ammonite , mother of Solomon's successor, Rehoboam. The biblical narrative notes with disapproval that Solomon permitted his foreign wives to import their national deities, building temples to Ashtoreth and Milcom.

In the branch of literary analysis that examines the Bible, called higher criticism , the story of Solomon falling into idolatry by the influence of Pharaoh's daughter and his other foreign wives is "customarily seen as the handiwork of the 'deuteronomistic historian s ' ", who are held to have written, compiled, or edited texts to legitimize the reforms of Hezekiah 's great-grandson, King Josiah who reigned from about to BCE over years after Solomon's death according to Bible scholars.

In a brief, unelaborated, and enigmatic passage, the Hebrew Bible describes how the fame of Solomon's wisdom and wealth spread far and wide, so much so that the queen of Sheba decided that she should meet him.

The queen is described as visiting with a number of gifts including gold, spices and precious stones. When Solomon gave her "all her desire, whatsoever she asked", she left satisfied 1 Kings Whether the passage is simply to provide a brief token, foreign witness of Solomon's wealth and wisdom, or whether there is meant to be something more significant to the queen's visit is unknown; nevertheless the visit of the Queen of Sheba has become the subject of numerous stories.

Sheba is typically identified as Saba , a nation once spanning the Red Sea on the coasts of what are now Eritrea , Somalia , Ethiopia and Yemen , in Arabia Felix ; although other sources place it in the area of what is now northern Ethiopia and Eritrea.

Targum Sheni , Solomon was accustomed to ordering the living creatures of the world to dance before him Rabbinical accounts say that Solomon had been given control over all living things by Yahweh , but one day upon discovering that the mountain-cock or hoopoe Aramaic name: nagar tura was absent, he summoned it to him, and the bird told him that it had been searching for somewhere new see: Colloquy of the Queen of Sheba.

The bird had discovered a land in the east, exceedingly rich in gold, silver, and plants, whose capital was called Kitor and whose ruler was the Queen of Sheba, and the bird, on its own advice, was sent by Solomon to request the queen's immediate attendance at Solomon's court.

An Ethiopian account from the 14th century Kebra Nagast maintains that the Queen of Sheba had sexual relations with King Solomon and gave birth by the Mai Bella stream in the province of Hamasien , Eritrea.

The Ethiopian tradition has a detailed account of the affair. Menelik was said to be a practicing Jew who was given a replica of the Ark of the Covenant by King Solomon; and, moreover, that the original was switched and went to Axum with him and his mother, and is still there, guarded by a single priest charged with caring for the artifact as his life's task.

The claim of such a lineage and of possession of the Ark has been an important source of legitimacy and prestige for the Ethiopian monarchy throughout the many centuries of its existence, and had important and lasting effects on Ethiopian culture as a whole.

The Ethiopian government and church deny all requests to view the alleged ark. Some classical-era Rabbis, attacking Solomon's moral character, have claimed instead that the child was an ancestor of Nebuchadnezzar II , who destroyed Solomon's temple some years later.

According to 1 Kings Solomon's "wives turned his heart after other gods", their own national deities, to whom Solomon built temples, thus incurring divine anger and retribution in the form of the division of the kingdom after Solomon's death 1 Kings — In Deuteronomy —17 , a king is commanded not to multiply horses or wives, neither greatly multiply to himself gold or silver.

Solomon sins in all three of these areas. Solomon collects talents of gold each year 1 Kings , a huge amount of money for a small nation like Israel.

Solomon gathers a large number of horses and chariots and even brings in horses from Egypt. Just as Deuteronomy 17 warns, collecting horses and chariots takes Israel back to Egypt.

Finally, Solomon marries foreign women, and these women turn Solomon to other gods. According to 1 Kings —34 and 1 Kings —13 , it was because of these sins that the Lord punishes Solomon by removing most of the Tribes of Israel from rule by Solomon's house.

And the Lord was angry with Solomon, because his heart had turned away from the Lord, the God of Israel, who had appeared to him twice and had commanded him concerning this thing, that he should not go after other gods.

But he did not keep what the Lord commanded. Therefore the Lord said to Solomon, "Since this has been your practice and you have not kept my covenant and my statutes that I have commanded you, I will surely tear the kingdom from you and will give it to your servant.

Yet for the sake of David your father I will not do it in your days, but I will tear it out of the hand of your son.

However, I will not tear away all the kingdom, but I will give one tribe to your son, for the sake of David my servant and for the sake of Jerusalem that I have chosen.

Near the end of his life, Solomon was forced to contend with several enemies, including Hadad of Edom , Rezon of Zobah , and one of his officials named Jeroboam who was from the tribe of Ephraim.

After a reign of forty years, he dies of natural causes [41] at around 60 years of age. Upon Solomon's death, his son, Rehoboam , succeeds him.

However, ten of the Tribes of Israel refuse to accept him as king, splitting the United Monarchy in the northern Kingdom of Israel under Jeroboam , while Rehoboam continues to reign over the much smaller southern Kingdom of Judah.

Henceforth the two kingdoms are never again united. King Solomon is one of the central biblical figures in Jewish heritage that have lasting religious, national and political aspects.

As the builder of the First Temple in Jerusalem and last ruler of the united Kingdom of Israel before its division into the northern Kingdom of Israel and the southern Kingdom of Judah , Solomon is associated with the peak "golden age" of the independent Kingdom of Israel as well as a source of judicial and religious wisdom.

According to Jewish tradition, King Solomon wrote three books of the Bible :. The Hebrew word "To Solomon" which can also be translated as "by Solomon" appears in the title of two hymns, 72 and , in the book of Psalms Tehillim , suggesting to some that Solomon wrote them.

Rabbinical tradition attributes the Wisdom of Solomon included within the Septuagint to Solomon, although this book was probably written in the 2nd century BCE.

In this work, Solomon is portrayed as an astronomer. Other books of wisdom poetry such as the Odes of Solomon and the Psalms of Solomon also bear his name.

The Jewish historian Eupolemus , who wrote about BCE, included copies of apocryphal letters exchanged between Solomon and the kings of Egypt and Tyre.

The Gnostic Apocalypse of Adam , which may date to the 1st or 2nd century, refers to a legend in which Solomon sends out an army of demons to seek a virgin who had fled from him, perhaps the earliest surviving mention of the later common tale that Solomon controlled demons and made them his slaves.

This tradition of Solomon's control over demons appears fully elaborated in the early pseudographical work called the Testament of Solomon with its elaborate and grotesque demonology.

As with most biblical personages in the middle era of Israelite society, the historicity of Solomon is hotly debated.

Current consensus states that regardless of whether or not a man named Solomon truly reigned as king over the Judean hills in the 10th century BCE, the biblical descriptions of his apparent empire's lavishness is almost surely an anachronistic invention.

As for Solomon himself, scholars on both the maximalist and minimalist sides of the spectrum of biblical archeology generally agree Solomon himself probably existed.

The de facto accepted position based on these assumptions is that Solomon could have only been the monarch or chieftain of Judah, which was likely small, and that the northern kingdom was a separate development.

There are some dissenters to this view. Historical evidence of King Solomon other than the biblical accounts has been so minimal that some scholars have understood the period of his reign as a 'Dark Age' Muhly Yigael Yadin 's excavations at Hazor , Megiddo , Beit Shean and Gezer uncovered structures that he and others have argued date from Solomon's reign, [52] but others, such as Israel Finkelstein and Neil Silberman , argue that they should be dated to the Omride period, more than a century after Solomon.

According to Finkelstein and Silberman, authors of The Bible Unearthed : Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts , [53] at the time of the kingdoms of David and Solomon, Jerusalem was populated by only a few hundred residents or less, which is insufficient for an empire stretching from the Euphrates to Eilath.

According to The Bible Unearthed , archaeological evidence suggests that the kingdom of Israel at the time of Solomon was little more than a small city state, and so it is implausible that Solomon received tribute as large as talents of gold per year.

They suggest that because of religious prejudice, the authors of the Bible suppressed the achievements of the Omrides whom the Hebrew Bible describes as being polytheist , and instead pushed them back to a supposed golden age of Judaism and monotheists, and devotees of Yahweh.

Some Biblical minimalists like Thomas L. Thompson go further, arguing that Jerusalem became a city and capable of being a state capital only in the mid-7th century.

These views are criticized by William G. Lemaire states in Ancient Israel: From Abraham to the Roman Destruction of the Temple [56] that the principal points of the biblical tradition of Solomon are generally trustworthy, although elsewhere he writes that he could find no substantiating archaeological evidence that supports the Queen of Sheba's visit to king Solomon, saying that the earliest records of trans-Arabian caravan voyages from Tayma and Sheba unto the Middle-Euphrates etc.

Kitchen calculates that over 30 years, such a kingdom might have accumulated up to tons of gold, which is small compared to other examples, such as the 1, tons of gold that Alexander the Great took from Susa.

Dever states "that we now have direct Bronze and Iron Age parallels for every feature of the 'Solomonic temple' as described in the Hebrew Bible".

Some scholars have charted a middle path between minimalist scholars like Finkelstein, Silberman, and Philip Davies [62] who believes that "Solomon is a totally invented character" [63] and maximalist scholars like Dever, Lemaire and Kitchen.

For instance, the archaeologist Avraham Faust has argued that biblical depictions of Solomon date to later periods and do overstate his wealth, buildings, and kingdom, but that Solomon did have an acropolis and ruled over a polity larger than Jerusalem.

The archaeological remains that are considered to date from the time of Solomon are notable for the fact that Canaanite material culture appears to have continued unabated; there is a distinct lack of magnificent empire, or cultural development—indeed comparing pottery from areas traditionally assigned to Israel with that of the Philistines points to the latter having been significantly more sophisticated.

However, there is a lack of physical evidence of its existence, despite some archaeological work in the area.

Little archaeological excavation has been done around the area known as the Temple Mount , in what is thought to be the foundation of Solomon's Temple, because attempts to do so are met with protests by the Muslim authorities.

The biblical passages that understand Tarshish as a source of King Solomon's great wealth in metals—especially silver, but also gold, tin and iron Ezekiel 27 —were linked to archaeological evidence from silver-hoards found in Phoenicia in The metals from Tarshish were reportedly obtained by Solomon in partnership with King Hiram of Phoenician Tyre Isaiah 23 , and the fleets of Tarshish-ships that sailed in their service, and the silver-hoards provide the first recognized material evidence that agrees with the ancient texts concerning Solomon's kingdom and his wealth see 'wealth' below.

Possible evidence for the described wealth of Solomon and his kingdom was discovered in ancient silver-hoards, which were found in Israel and Phoenicia and recognized for their importance in The evidence from the hoards shows that the Levant was a center of wealth in precious metals during the reign of Solomon and Hiram, and matches the texts that say the trade extended from Asia to the Atlantic Ocean.

From a critical point of view, Solomon's building of a temple for Yahweh should not be considered an act of particular devotion to Yahweh because Solomon is also described as building places of worship for a number of other deities.

Earlier historians maintain that there is evidence that these passages in Kings are derived from official court records at the time of Solomon and from other writings of that time that were incorporated into the canonical books of Kings.

King Solomon sinned by acquiring many foreign wives and horses because he thought he knew the reason for the biblical prohibition and thought it did not apply to him.

When King Solomon married the daughter of the Egyptian Pharaoh, a sandbank formed which eventually formed the "great nation of Rome"—the nation that destroyed the Second Temple Herod's Temple.

Solomon gradually lost more and more prestige until he became like a commoner. Some say he regained his status while others say he did not.

In the end however, he is regarded as a righteous king and is especially praised for his diligence in building the Temple. Christianity has traditionally accepted the historical existence of Solomon, though some modern Christian scholars have also questioned at least his authorship of those biblical texts ascribed to him.

Such disputes tend to divide Christians into traditionalist and modernist camps. Some commentators see this as an issue that can be reconciled while others disagree.

For instance, it has been suggested that Matthew is using Joseph's genealogy and Luke is using Mary's, but Darrell Bock states that this would be unprecedented, "especially when no other single woman appears in the line".

Other suggestions include the use by one of the royal and the other of the natural line, one using the legal line and the other the physical line, or that Joseph was adopted.

Jesus makes reference to Solomon, using him for comparison purposes in his admonition against worrying about your life.

This account is recorded in Matthew and the parallel passage in Luke Statues of King David and Solomon stand on either side of the entrance to the basilica of El Escorial , Philip's palace, and Solomon is also depicted in a great fresco at the center of El Escorial's library.

Philip identified the warrior-king David with his own father Charles V , and himself sought to emulate the thoughtful and logical character which he perceived in Solomon.

Moreover, the structure of the Escorial was inspired by that of Solomon's Temple. In Islamic tradition, Solomon is venerated as a prophet and a messenger of God , as well as a divinely appointed monarch, who ruled over the Kingdom of Israel.

Unlike in the Bible where Solomon was granted an incomparable realm because God was impressed by his wish to have wisdom, [82] the Quran states that Solomon prayed earnestly to God to grant him a kingdom which would be greater than any realm before or after him.

And they followed what the devils taught during the reign of Solomon. It was not Solomon who disbelieved, but it was the devils who disbelieved.

They did not teach anybody until they had said "We are a test, so do not lose faith. But they cannot harm anyone except with God's permission.

And they learned what would harm them and not benefit them. So lebte um v. Inschriften des assyrischen Königs Tiglat-Pilnessar beschreiben dies ausführlich.

Neben den genannten biblischen Schriften werden Salomo auch eine Reihe weiterer, apokrypher Werke zugeschrieben: Die griechische und die syrische Überlieferung kennen die Psalmen Salomos , eine Sammlung apokrypher Psalmen jüdischer Herkunft aus dem 1.

Die gnostische Apokalypse des Adam , vermutlich in das 1. Jahrhundert zu datieren, erwähnt eine Legende, der zufolge Salomo eine Armee von Dämonen aussendet auf der Suche nach einer Jungfrau, die vor ihm geflohen war.

Die Traditionen über Salomo als Beherrscher von Dämonen sind ausgebaut im Testament Salomos , ebenfalls einer gnostischen Schrift, und finden sich zahlreich in der weiteren Volksüberlieferung in Judentum und Islam.

Jerusalem bauten. Er hatte einen Talisman , auf dem der wahre Name Gottes stand und mit dem er alles beherrschen konnte.

Auch soll ihm von Allah die Macht über die Tiere übertragen worden sein, und er soll die Sprache der Vögel gesprochen haben.

Im orientalischen Volksglauben, namentlich in Tausendundeine Nacht , wird Salomo Sulaiman, Soliman, Süleyman dargestellt als erster namhafter König, der Allah dient, als Inbegriff der Weisheit, der Menschen, Tieren und Geistern befiehlt und der die Dschinn in Flaschen einsperrt und kurzfristig sogar Iblis , den Teufel selbst, als Aufseher über die Dschinn einsetzt.

Süleyman war daher ein sehr beliebter Vorname, den auch mehrere Kalifen und Sultane trugen.

Ersterer stand für den gerechten, Letzterer für den gottgefällig-kriegerischen König. Durch den Tempelbau hat Salomo auch für die Freimaurerei eine besondere symbolische Bedeutung.

Als Tugendpersonifikation steht Salomo für Weisheit und Gerechtigkeit; in anderen Zusammenhängen ist sein Auftreten typologisch bedingt.

So muss der Bildsinn der Figur oder Szene immer kontextabhängig interpretiert werden. Sein kostbarer, sechsstufiger und von 12 Löwen flankierter Thron wird seltener mit dem sitzenden König selbst dargestellt, häufiger symbolisieren auf Darstellungen der Madonna auf dem Löwenthron diese Elemente die heilsgeschichtliche Erfüllung der alttestamentlichen Weissagungen.

In die christliche Ikonographie ist die Darstellung der dem Salomo huldigenden Königin aufgenommen worden, weil sie typologisch in Beziehung gesetzt wurde zu den das Jesuskind anbetenden Heiligen Drei Königen Klosterneuburger Altar.

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