The wealth and power achieved by King Solomon, due in part to his control over very important trade routes connecting the Ancient Near East, earned him a reputation far and wide–so far that the queen of Sheba in southern Arabia traveled over a thousand miles to visit him in Jerusalem. The people of Sheba traded frankincense, myrrh, gold, and precious stones throughout the Ancient Near East.

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