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Sheba, Queen Of

In the Books of Kings and Chronicles (see First Kings x, 1-13, and Second Chrolliele3 ix, 1- 12), we are told that "when the Queen of Sheba heard of the fame of Solomon coneerning the name of the Lord, she came to prove him with hard questions." Sheba, or Saba, is supposed to have been a province of Arabia Felix, situated to the south of Jerusalem. The Queen, whose visit is thus described, is spoken of nowhere else in Seripture. But the Jews and the Arabs, who gave her the name of lSalkis, recite many traditions concerning her. The Masonic one will be found under the words Admiration, Sign of, which see.

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