Description: 11 1/4″ long multicolor small recycle plastic circle and plastic beads simbul with dark ebony wood medallion.

About: Legends of the Queen of Sheba are common throughout Arabia, Persia, Ethiopia, and Israel. In 960 B.C., the nation that is now called Ethiopia, came back upon the center of the stage of history. Ethiopia was then represented by a queen, who in some books is referred to as “Makeda. “She is better known to the world as the Queen of Sheba. 1,000 years before Christ, The Queen of Sheba, Makeda, one of Ethiopia Queen virgins’ rulers. The great King Menelik of Ethiopia, “Conquering Lion of Judah” is the son of Queen Sheba and King. She was a beautiful powerful black woman who converted to Judaism, out of love, and traditional Western culture have never acknowledged this. It is also believed that one of the ten lost tribes of Israel are the “Falashas”, a group of Ethiopian Jews who live today as in Biblical times.

This Simbul amplifies her!