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Could King Solomon's treasure be a myth? A history contradicts the Old Testament texts

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A historian claims that King Solomon's mines like the character are just a myth. It is suggested in the Old Testament that the king would have collected 500 tons of pure gold from several mines in the area. Some claim that this treasure exists even today.

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Alan Moore Is Preparing a Six-Part Finale for Extraordinary Gentlemen

New York Times
The series also inspired a 2003 film starring Sean Connery as Allan Quatermain (from H. Rider Haggard's “King Solomon's Mines”) and was less beloved. A review in The New York Times described the movie as listless and “neither gentle nor extraordinary.

1951 Academy Awards Cinematography Winner King Solomon

Super-High: 16 Superheroes Ruined By Drugs

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Allan Quatermain started out as the hero of H. Rider Haggard's 1885 novel King Solomon's Mines, but he was adopted (along with other literary characters) in 1999's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Written by Alan Moore with art by Kevin O'Neill ...

1951 Academy Awards Cinematography Winner King Solomon

King Solomon's legendary fabulous wealth in hidden gold mines never existed, says historian

The Independent
King Solomon's gold mines, which the Bible says helped him store wealth amounting to more than £2.3 trillion, are a complete myth, historians believe. The biblical ruler is said to have accumulated 500 tons of pure gold from the mines, but experts now ...

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