[Photos of the Egypt mummy] Burial of a god In fact, the earliest kings of Egypt, those who ruled nearly 5,000 years ago, chose to be buried at Abydos.
Ancient Egyptians believed that the god of the underworld, Osiris, was buried there as well and there was a tomb at the site that they deemed to be his.
Her husband became king in 260, elevating Palmyra to supreme power in the Near East by defeating the Sassanians and stabilizing the Roman East.
After Odaenathus' assassination, Zenobia became the regent of her son Vaballathus and held de facto power throughout his reign.
By mid-271 her realm extended from Ancyra in the north to southern Egypt, although she remained nominally subordinate to Rome.
Luke points to several Old Testament stories, the works of Josephus, and a biography written by a man known as Damis of Nineveh.
Several important clues are found in Acts of the Apostles.
The Queen of the South will rise at the judgment with the people of this generation and judge them, because she came from the ends of the earth to listen to the Wisdom of Solomon, and see, something greater than Solomon is here!
The Queen of the South, first associated with King Solomon, was the Queen of Sheba, introduced at 1 Kings 10:1.