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- The Yemenite manuscript Midrash ha-Hefez consists of nineteen riddles which are attributed by its compiler to the Queen of Sheba.
Works about Queen of ShebaEdit
Ancient and mediaeval worksEdit
- Song of Songs by Solomon (10th century BCE) is considered by some writers (such as Origen) to be about the Queen of Sheba.
- Colloquy of the Queen of Sheba (2nd century)
- Kebra Nagast (The Queen of Sheba and Her Only Son Menyelek, 14th century)
- From Sheba a distant report by John Newton
- Solomon and Balkis by Robert Browning
- Solomon to Sheba by W. B. Yeats