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He posits that the absence of the ark from history is caused by a cover-up conspiracy to assuage the guilt over the loss of such an important relic. This argument is similar to one used by some who support the Kebra Nagast as an accurate history and who look to the same gap as a reason to believe the ark was stolen. This argument is not only specious, but it also goes against modern understanding of the composition of the Old Testament and the developing theology of the temple. There appears to be no reason to believe that the Bible’s narrative does away with the ark, because it is mentioned following Solomon’s lifetime and after the reign of Manasseh, the two points where its physical disappearance had been posited.

A further possibility of support comes from a royal inscription that refers to Saba. The inscription appears to be an attempt to lay claim to the rule of the Sabaean people in Ethiopia by a ruler named D’amat. Linguistic evidence and © 2011 ABC-Clio. All Rights Reserved. CON | 13 material remains indicate that the Ethiopian Sabaeans represented in the inscription were closely linked to the larger kingdom in Yemen and may have represented a group of immigrants from the south Arabian kingdom. While these inscriptions and cultural remains show evidence of Sabaeans in Ethiopia, none can be dated earlier than the eighth century BCE.

Every member in the Ecclesia had the right to speak and make statements, propose a draft bill, and ask for a secret session. The plenary sessions were inaugurated with a call asking who would like to take the stage for a word. © 2011 ABC-Clio. All Rights Reserved. PRO | 27 Pericles’ Funeral Oration If there is one individual who is best remembered for reforming the government of Athens, it is Pericles. He transformed the city–state from an aristocracy to an empire in the brief span of his 40 years in office.

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