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Reclaiming culture of reading

The Herald
During the school holidays we read novels by Enid Blyton and Rider Haggard's “King Solomon's Mines”. My sister Charity, the former diplomat, got a permanent scar on her hand as a result of being hit gently with a burning stick by my mother because she ...

1951 Academy Awards Film Editing Winner King Solomon

King Solomon's Mines Discovered

The London Economic
One interesting result of this research is the true location of King Solomon's 'gold mines' at Ophir. If the United Monarchy was Egyptian, then these famous but elusive mines must have belonged to the Tanis pharaohs. So where were the gold mines of the ...

1951 Academy Awards Film Editing Winner King Solomon

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

News4C
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.

1951 Academy Awards Film Editing Winner King Solomon

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.

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