Solomon was the son of David and his beloved Bathsheba. He was a 12-year-old prodigy when he ascended to the throne of Israel. Yet for all his storied wisdom, his magnificent talent for palace building, and his 700 wives, Solomon remained a lonely and introspective man for most of his rule. Who was the mysterious and beautiful queen who finally captured the king's heart? Witness Solomon's evolution from his juvenile accession of the throne to his position as the wisest man of the ancient world.
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