Queen of Sheba
* Born: c. 10th century B.C.
* Birthplace: Sheba (now Yemen or Ethiopia)
* Died: c. 10th century B.C.
* Best Known As: The wealthy queen who tested Solomon
Queen of Sheba was an ancient name for Abyssinia, a kingdom on the Red Sea in the vicinity of modern Ethiopia and Yemen. The Queen of Sheba is best known for a story in The Bible's book of Kings: at the head of a caravan of riches, she visits Israel's King Solomon to test his legendary wisdom. After Solomon successfully answers her riddles, the queen showers him with gifts. According to Ethiopian tradition the queen returned to Sheba and bore a son by Solomon, Menelik I, who was the beginning of the Ethiopian royal dynasty.
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the Queen of Sheba did have a child she had a boy.
the queen of sheba (whos name is actually makeda) was...as it suggested, the queen of sheba. she was a warrior, and a fighter of africa. but before she was a queen, she was a princess obviously.
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Queen sheba was a mystery to the bible. No one really knows when she died. She dissapeared from the bible after having relations with king solomon in 10b.c.
The original Queen of Sheba was a monarch of the ancient kingdom of Sheba. It is unknown whether she was a Queen regent or a Queen consort. Her kingdom is thought to have been in Ethiopia.
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There waa not a specific queen named Queen Sheeba. Sheeba was an ancient land in Africa and they had many kings and queens.