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Could the Queen of Sheba be beautiful like this Ethiopian woman?

Could the Queen of Sheba be beautiful like this Ethiopian woman?


Who was really the Queen of Sheba? Where did she come from? Did she really meet King Solomon? There are certain stories in the Holy Bible which aren’t only inspiring but intriguing, demanding a lot of questions.

The Jews and Christians called her the Queen of Sheba, while the Ethiopians called her Macheda and finally, the Arabs called her Queen Bilquis. After discovering the fame and wisdom of King Solomon, with her entourage and camels loaded with spices, the queen set off on a journey to meet Solomon.

What makes Queen Sheba’s story more interesting is that history had her origins as Jewish, but at the same time it has the Persian version, while it is also found in the Koran.

From the visit to Jerusalem, which took place between 1000 and 950 BC, it is mentioned in the Jewish Talmud, in the Bible, the Old Testament, the Koran and obviously in the Kebra Nagast, Glory of kings, which is the fundamental book for the history of the empire of the highlands, developed in Ethiopia in the 14th century.

From the union of King Solomon with the queen, Menelik was conceived, whose intrinsic meaning is ‘Son of the wise man,’ who carried in his blood the traces of divine ancestry and who would have been the forefather of a Solomon lineage.

Hence, the fact that the Ethiopians are chosen people, Menelik, who grew up and became king, made the symbol of the lion of Judah that he raised to symbolize his kingdom. When he became an adult, he wanted to visit the presumed father Solomon and when he returned to Axum, he stole or was given the Ark of the Covenant.

However, from my point of view, this story is a bit complicated because the Ark of Covenant wasn’t a common object anyone could easily touch or steal. How can the Ark of the Covenant be stolen or given if there is an account that “when they came to the threshing floor of Nachon, Uzzah reached out and took hold of the ark of God, because the oxen had stumbled.”

The LORD’s anger burned against Uzzah because of his irreverent act; therefore God struck him down, and he died there beside the ark of God. It’s really hard to understand certain stories,

According to history, the queen lived about 120 km from Sana, the capital of Yemen. East of Sana in Marib which was the capital of ancient Saba. Marib was situated at the point where caravans that carried incense in the direction of the Red Sea crossed and the whole region, with the passing of the years.

In May 2008, a group of German archaeologists announced that they had found in Axum, Ethiopia, not only the remains of the palace of the legendary Queen of Sheba but also the place where the Ark of the Covenant was kept which contained the Tablets of the Law, received by Moses on Sinai.

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