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Sheba, queen of

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  • Sheba, Queen of — flourished 10th century BC In Jewish and Islamic traditions, ruler of the Kingdom of Sabaʾ (Sheba) in southwestern Arabia. In an Old Testament story, she visited King Solomon to test his wisdom. In Islamic tradition she is known as Bilqīs and is… …   Universalium

  • Sheba, queen of — Ruler of the Sabeans (SW Arabia), who visited King Solomon and was impressed by his wisdom (1 Kgs. 10:1 ff.). She may also have had commercial interests in mind. Jesus contrasted her journey ‘from the ends of the earth’ with the indifference to… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • queen — In Israel there was no right of succession to the throne by daughters of a deceased king, or by his widow; but a queen mother, Athaliah, ruled for seven years when her son died (2 Kgs. 8:26; 11:1–4). A foreign queen, of Sheba [[➝ Sheba, queen… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • Queen of Sheba — Queen of She|ba, the 1.) someone who is very rich or who spends money as if they were very rich, from a story in the Old Testament of the Bible about the wealth of the Queen of Sheba 2.) and I m the Queen of Sheba humorous used as a reply when… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Queen of Sheba Meets the Atom Man — (1963) is an experimental film by Ron Rice. It stars Winifred Bryan as the Queen of Sheba and Taylor Mead as the Atom Man. Featured players are Ron Rice, Julian Beck, Judith Malina, Jack Smith, and Jonas Mekas. Rice died before the editing was… …   Wikipedia

  • Sheba (disambiguation) — * Sheba (from the English transcription of the Hebrew name sh va, also Saba, Arabic: سبأ) is a southern kingdom mentioned in the Jewish scriptures (Old Testament) and the Qur anSheba may also refer to: * Queen of Sheba * Sheba (cat food), a brand …   Wikipedia

  • Sheba — Sheba1 [shē′bə] Queen of Bible the queen who visited King Solomon to investigate his reputed wisdom: 1 Kings 10:1 13 Sheba2 [shē′bə] Biblical name for SABA (the ancient kingdom) …   English World dictionary

  • Queen of the South — is an alternative title for the Queen of Sheba. The phrase Queen of the South is used in the New Testament and is attributed to Jesus Christ.Jesus Christ is quoted in the Bible (Matthew 12: 38 42) saying The Queen of the South will arise at the… …   Wikipedia

  • Queen of Sheba — For the Charles Gounod opera, see La reine de Saba. The Queen of Shebah (Hebrew: מלכת שבא‎, Malkat Sh vha in Biblical Hebrew; Malkat Sh va in Modern Hebrew; Ge ez: ንግሥተ ሳባ, Nigiste Saba (Nəgəstä Saba); Arabic: ملكة سبأ‎ …   Wikipedia

  • Sheba — or both. Biblical traditionSheba is mentioned several times in the Bible. For instance, in the Table of Nations (Genesis 10:7), Sheba, along with Dedan, is listed as a descendant of Noah s son Ham (as sons of Raamah son of Cush). In Genesis 25:3 …   Wikipedia

  • Queen of Sheba's Palace — for the palace in Oman see Queen of Sheba s Palace (Sumharam). Queen of Sheba s Palace Ruins of Queen of Sheba s Palace …   Wikipedia

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