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  Sheba (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sheba, in fact, was Saba in Southern Arabia, the Sabaeans of classical geography, who carried on the trade in spices with the other peoples of the ancient world.
Sheba took advantage of this state of things, and raised the standard of revolt, proclaiming, "We have no part in David." With his followers he proceeded northward.
While Joab was engaged in laying siege to this city, Sheba's head was, at the instigation of a "wise woman" who had held a parley with him from the city walls, thrown over the wall to the besiegers, and thus the revolt came to an end.
christiananswers.net /dictionary/sheba.html   (314 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Queen of Sheba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Queen of Sheba, referred to in the Bible books of 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles, the Qur'an, and Ethiopian history, was the ruler of Sheba, an ancient kingdom which modern archeology speculates was located in present-day Ethiopia or Yemen.
The meeting of King Solomon of Israel and the Queen of Sheba had significant repercussions upon the fate of Israel and the matriarchy of Sheba (believed to be early Ethiopia), and has inspired writers, artists and readers for centuries.
Since Sheba was a center of astronomical wisdom and the Queen or King was chief astronomer/ astrologer, religious life involved worship of the Sun and Moon.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Queen-of-Sheba   (552 words)

  
 THE QUEEN OF SHEBA
Here we are told that the Queen of Sheba, lured by Solomon's fame, journeyed to Jerusalem with a great caravan of costly presents and there "communed with him of all that was in her heart".
One thing is certain: the veneration of the Queen of Sheba - and her appropriation as the spiritual ancestress of the Ethiopian people - began much earlier than the fourteenth century (when the Kebra Nagast was written); indeed, the cult of Makeda probably substantially predates the Christian era.
As a historical figure she is thought to have lived in the period between 1000 and 950 BC and, despite a rival claim from South Arabia, the evidence is extremely strong that her capital was indeed in Abyssinia - although not necessarily in the city of Axum.
members.tripod.com /abyssinia/Ark/the_queen_of_sheba.html   (1779 words)

  
 Help us find Sheba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sheba is skittish of strangers as she lived the first 10 1/2 years in a wire cage of a puppymill.
Then I was told you couldn't get close to Sheba, she is old, half blind, bad leg, bad heart, she couldn't have been too nimble, it is hard to think you couldn't have cornered her somewhere or gotten close enough to throw a coat or blanket over her.
If Sheba is going to be found, its going to be through the ads we place and hoping that someone sees it (with the large reward prominently mentioned) and comes forth.
robinh39.tripod.com /sheba   (1194 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Sheba, region, Arabian Peninsula (Ancient History, Middle East) - Encyclopedia
In that century the biblical queen of Sheba (called in Muslim tradition Bilqis; see Sheba, in the Bible) is said to have made her famous visit to Solomon.
Elements of Sheba's culture, which was at its height between the 9th and 5th cent.
In 572, Sheba became a Persian province and, with the rise of Muhammad, fell under Islamic control and lost its separate identity.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/S/Sheba-rgn.html   (347 words)

  
 ShebaTheQuadDog
Sheba was diagnosed with degenerative myelopathy in July of 1999.
Sheba began deteriorating at a rapid rate, despite the daily physical therapy, diet, supplements, chiropractic adjustments, and acupuncture treatments she had received.
After taking Sheba to various specialists, it was agreed that Sheba's problem may have been the result of a disk or tumor in the upper (thoracic) part of her back.
shebathequaddog.homestead.com   (1756 words)

  
 SHEBA
SHEBA is a new protein structure alignment procedure.
The initial alignment is made by comparing a one-dimensional list of primary, secondary and tertiary structural profiles of two proteins, without explicitly considering the geometry of the structures.
The alignment is then iteratively refined in the second step, in which new alignments are found by three-dimensional superposition of the structures based on the current alignment.
rex.nci.nih.gov /RESEARCH/basic/lmb/mms/sheba.htm   (131 words)

  
 Sheba
The actual location of Sheba is a matter of discussion, but it is believed that their lands correspond to the western half of modern Yemen.
Sheba thrived from its agriculture, which excelled in spices which thanks to its high price per weight correlation was very profitable for export.
Around 25: Sheba is conquered by the Himyarite kings (from this time on, the history of Sheba and the Himyarite kingdom is closely intervowen).
i-cias.com /e.o/sheba.htm   (533 words)

  
 Queen of Sheba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to the Bible, the (unnamed) queen of the land of Sheba heard of the great wisdom of King Solomon of Israel and journeyed there with gifts of spices, gold and precious stones, as recorded in First Kings 10.1-13 (largely copied in 2 Chronicles 9.1-12).
The Imperial family of Ethiopia claims its origin directly from the offspring of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, who is named Makeda in the Ethiopian account.
The Ethiopian epic history of kings, the Kebra Negast, is supposed to record the history of Makeda and her descendants.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Queen_of_Sheba   (901 words)

  
 The Queen of Sheba's visit to King Solomon
Because of its isolation, Sheba was secure from military invasion for at least 500 years, and was independent and at peace with its neighbors during the 11th and 10th century BC History reveals that at least five kings preceded the Queen of Sheba.
Sheba's desire to encounter Solomon was ardent enough for her to embark on a 1400 mile journey, across the desert sands of Arabia, along the coast of the Red Sea, up into Moab, and over the Jordan River to Jerusalem.
Sheba presented Solomon with the sawn trunk of a cedar tree, the ends cut off so that they looked the same; she asked Solomon which end had been the root, and which the branches.
freemasonry.bcy.ca /texts/gmd1999/sheba.html   (7459 words)

  
 The Queen of Sheba
Solomon heals her of these various ills (in the latter case by inventing a depilatory cream made from lime and arsenic) and she converts to the true faith.
Sheba capitulates to Solomon, woman to man, pagan to believer, fl to white.
Until she and all her sisters can be fl and comely, until all wisdoms will be recognised, until any Jew could rest his bones in Egypt, until any human being could hold the hand of another in honest and co-equal love, the queen of the south will rise in judgement.
website.lineone.net /~susandurber/Sheba.html   (1087 words)

  
 Sheba Foods - The Company   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sheba products are available to stores and the individual consumers through a variety of channels like this web site.
Sheba has a large presence in the frozen food aisle of many grocery stores.
Sheba Foods is growing day by day to become United States largest producer of frozen African foods as well as a dependable source for quality dry African products.
www.shebafoods.com /about.aspx   (161 words)

  
 Pension Milou ~ Dog Stories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sheba’s story tells of a desperate search for a solution but to no avail and eventually they were faced with the possibility they may have to put their beloved family member to sleep should no suitable home be found in time.
Sheba was 9 and there was no question in our minds but that she would come with us.
Sheba, despite all this, was such a happy soul and provided she got her food – and she let me know she wanted it and NOW please, her biccies and her morning toast – she was a happy camper.
www.pensionmilou.com /english/dog_stories.htm   (3730 words)

  
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Apollo and Sheba visited many times over the next few cycles, until that evening when U saw the warrior climbing back down from the tower.
As soon as she was standing in the tower, she flew into a rage, and producing scissors, cut Sheba's hair into a stylish shoulder-length hairdo.
Sheba was devastated, of course, as this would mean no more visits with Apollo, of whom she had grown quite fond.
www.galacticafanfic.com /stories/shbpunzl.txt   (1084 words)

  
 Sheba Plant - Contract Crushing, Crusher and Screen Hire, Recycling, Sales
Sheba Plant Limited was founded over 30 years ago, initially specialising in the contact crushing and screening area of the mineral processing market.
In May 2003, Sheba Plant Limited acquired the England and Wales dealership for the sand processing equipment manufacturer, CDE, who are based in Northern Ireland.
Sheba can now supply brand new sand processing plants from the full turnkey operations to the one off dewatering or rinsing screen for all you mineral processing needs.
www.sheba.co.uk /page1.htm   (222 words)

  
 Queen of Sheba by Torrey Philemon, Tracy Marks
Sheba was a wealthy country, advanced in irrigation techniques and hydraulic power.
Because of its isolation, Sheba was secure from military invasion for at least 500 years, and was independent and at peace with its neighbors during the 11th and 10th century B.C. History reveals that at least five kings preceded the Queen of Sheba - among them Iti'amra and Karibi-ilu.
In Ethiopia, the Kebra Negast refers to a law established in Sheba that only a woman could reign, and that she must be a virgin queen.
www.windweaver.com /sheba/Sheba.htm   (993 words)

  
 Who was the Queen of Sheba?
For example, brothers and cousins of a Biblical king are often referred to as "foreigners." This reflects the culture of the ancient royal court and the great size of ancient kingdoms.
The Bible describes their covenant at the well of Beer-sheba, meaning "well of the seven" or "well of the oath." (See Essay #5) The title "Queen of Sheba" could be interpreted as "Queen of the Thoth Empire," which of course Tiye was.
In the Talmud, Moses marries the Queen of Ethiopia.
www.domainofman.com /forum/index.cgi?read=74   (799 words)

  
 Fate Article: Sheba
I said, “Sheba, what’s the matter?” I got back a very clear mental picture of a pointed cowboy boot catching her in the side and kicking her away.
It was the first time she got the idea that not everyone loved her as she thought they did, and she sought sanctuary in my arms for her disappointment and pain.
Sheba was an amazing entity, and I know that wherever she is, she is love incarnate.
www.llewellyn.com /bookstore/article.php?id=13   (1064 words)

  
 Sheba
Praying our Sheba was his Sheba, we arranged a meeting advising Robert not to inform his wife or family yet to avoid disappointment.
....that in November of 1998 Sheba had been captured and locked in a garage by a good Samaritan who had then given her to friend where she was taken to another community on the opposite side of town.
Sheba did not adjust well and after 2 weeks, was surrendered to AHRCO in January 2000 where she remained in foster care.
www.netpets.com /~ahrco/sheba1.htm   (475 words)

  
 The Chaim Sheba Medical Center::The Chaim Sheba Medical Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Welcome to the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer in Israel, the largest and most comprehensive medical center in the Middle East, where close to 6,000 health professionals provide almost four million treatments and medical tests to more than one million patients a year.
Sheba Medical Center is divided into two hospitals – acute and rehabilitation-which account for approximately 1 million visits per year.
Sheba Medical Center is the largest and most technologically comprehensive, university-affiliated, research hospital in Israel.
eng.sheba.co.il /main/siteNew/index.php   (192 words)

  
 An integrated SHEBA dataset over the annual cycle
This integrated dataset is designed to bring together many of the observations needed to validate such models, and in particular to initialize, and force single-column model simulations during all phases of the annual cycle.
These forecasts assimilated SHEBA rawinsonde soundings and surface observations, and are generally in good agreement with the observed soundings.
The surface albedo calculated from this measurement ('tower_albedo') was similar to other SHEBA estimates (line-averaged or aerial estimates that averaged across a variety of surface types) in the winter, but up to 15% higher at times in the late summer.
www.atmos.washington.edu /~roode/SHEBA.html   (1191 words)

  
 Surface HEat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A table listing the SHEBA Phase II data sets transfered from JOSS to the ADCC is now available.
The Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) project is a coordinated effort to investigate the role of arctic climate in global change.
A table listing the SHEBA Phase II data sets transfered from JOSS to the ADCC is also available.
nsidc.org /arcss/projects/sheba.html   (239 words)

  
 William Girdler: Sheba Baby
Sheba Baby is nowhere near as raw as Girdler's earliest entries like Asylum of Satan or even The Zebra Killer.
Sheba shakes her head as she enters to greet her partner.
Sheba enters the humble home and sees her father waddle out of his bedroom.
www.williamgirdler.com /sheba1.html   (1757 words)

  
 Ann Rosalind Jones: ". . . The Queen of Sheba in Englishwomen's Amateur Needlework"
Esher's Queen of Sheba stands between two ladies-in-waiting, resting her arm comfortably on the shoulder of the one closest to the viewer as she observes Solomon discoursing on his lion throne.
In the Bible she is known as Sheba, and there it is reported that she marveled when she heard of the wisdom of her contemporary, King Solomon, whose fame had already spread throughout the whole world.
The Queen of Sheba is a sovereign in her own right, not a wife; she speaks challengingly rather than humbly to the king; and her great wealth and considered judgment add weight to her affirmation of Solomon's wisdom.
eserver.org /emc/1-3/jones.html   (6710 words)

  
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Located in southwest Arabia on the eastern tip of the Red Sea, Sheba was thriving about 3000 years ago and occupied 483,000 square miles of mountains, valleys (wadis) and deserts in the area of present day Yemen.
Sheba was a wealthy country with an advanced irrigation system.
Since Sheba was a center of astronomical wisdom and the Queen or King was chief Astronomer and Astrologer.
www.viewzone.com /sheba.country.html   (955 words)

  
 Tribute To Sheba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sheba was a dear friend and member of our family.
Sheba sadly became very ill and was taken to the vet and diagnosed with a malignant cancer known as Lymphoma.
Sheba was a very good Mom to her puppies.
members.bellatlantic.net /~vze2642n/sheba.html   (210 words)

  
 Sheba : Searching for the Legendary Queen
Clapp investigates the Ethiopian shrine where Menelik, said to be the son of Solomon and the mysterious queen, may have hidden the Ark of the Covenant.
The quest is bolstered by new carbon-14 datings and by the discovery of an Arabian Stonehenge in the sands of the Rub' al-Khali.
I would venture to the Orient of old and to Jerusalem, the city where Sheba appeared before King Solomon, a city so at the crux of Western religion that it was long held to be the center of the world.
www.2think.org /sheba.shtml   (730 words)

  
 Queen Sheba Restaurant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
On hearing of his wisdom, it is said that the Queen made the journey north to Solomon's courts "to test him with hard questions." The conference proved a success, culminating in the two monarchs bestowing wealth and good favor on each other.
The meeting of King Solomon of Israel and the Queen of Sheba had significant repercussions upon the fate of the middle east.According to Arabic traditions, the Queen (known to Arabs as Bilqis) ruled with the heart of a woman and the head of a man and worshipped the sun and the moon.
Despite the mystery that surrounds her it is believed that, Sheba earned respect from her people for her benevolent leadership and the wisdom she had gained and continued to gain through her commitment to learning and spiritual development.
sacbizclient.biz /queenshebas   (868 words)

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