Year after year they came with tribute: objects of silver and gold, clothing, weapons, spices, horses, and mules.
Solomon also had four thousand stalls for horses and chariots, together with twelve thousand horsemen that he kept in the chariot cities and with the king in Jerusalem.
He ruled all the kings from the Euphratesa to the Philistines' land and the border of Egypt.
In Jerusalem, the king made silver as common as stones and cedar as common as sycamore trees that grow in the foothills.
Solomon's horses were imported from Egypt and every land.
The rest of Solomon's deeds, from beginning to end, aren't they written in the records of the prophet Nathan, the prophecies of Ahijah from Shiloh, and the visions of the seer Iddo concerning Jeroboam, Nebat's son?
Solomon ruled over all Israel in Jerusalem for forty years.
Solomon lay down with his ancestors and was buried in David's City with his father. His son Rehoboam succeeded him as king.