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Lets not beat about the bush: King Solomon is Thutmosis II, the
husband and half-brother of Queen Hatshepsut-Sheba of Egypt, and King
David-Thutmosis I is the father of both, the founder of the Israelite (18th) dynasty of
Egypt, which is generally dated some 550 years too early, as I wrote already 10 years ago, see
Ed Metzler, Conflict of Laws in the Israelite
Dynasty of Egypt (Herborn 1991).
As the Bible states, Pharaohs
(1. Kings 3, 1) was Solomons wife (1. Kings 9, 16), for whom he
built a palace next to his own (1. Kings 7, 8). The Bible
introduces her by name as Queen Sheba (1. Kings 10, 1-13), who was the ruler of Egypt
and Ethiopia according to Josephus Flavius, and identical with Hatshepsut, cf.
Ed Metzler, Dicovering
Mosaistics (Herborn 1989) pp. 182-183.
Since King David-Thutmosis I is the father of Queen
Hatshepsut-Sheba, King Solomon refers to her in his Song of Songs (4, 10 et passim) as Achoti
Kallah my sister, my spouse! This explains, too, how it was possible
that the city of Gezer, which King David had conquered, was given to King
Solomon as dowry of Pharaohs daughter, see Ed Metzler,
of Laws (Op.cit.supra) p. 14.
The central problem of the Israelite (18th) dynasty
of Egypt under the House of David-Thutmosis
was the conflict of matriarchal society in Egypt with the
patriarchal system in Israel (Ibid. pp. 5 and 32). Queen Hatshepsut-Sheba, who
had only a daughter, returned home with her enormous dowry after a divorce by consent, cf.
Ed Metzler, Dicovering
Mosaistics (Herborn 1989) p. 175 N. 35.
Their separation must have looked like a Solomonic
solution of their problems to King Solomon-Thutmosis II and Queen
Hatshepsut-Sheba, because in Egypt their daughter was the heiress, who could marry
her half-brother Thutmosis III making him
pharaoh by marriage, while allowing Hatshepsut to be its de-facto ruler for the next 20
odd years, protected by her divorced husband in Israel.
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