The queen of Sheba heard of Solomon's fame, and she traveled to Jerusalem to test him with difficult questions. 1
She brought with her a large group of attendants, as well as camels loaded with spices, jewels, and a large amount of gold. When she and Solomon met, she asked him all the questions that she could think of.
He answered them all; there was nothing too difficult for him to explain.
The queen of Sheba heard Solomon's wisdom and saw the palace he had built.
She saw the food that was served at his table, the living quarters for his officials, the organization of his palace staff and the uniforms they wore, the servants who waited on him at feasts, and the sacrifices he offered in the Temple. It left her breathless and amazed.
She said to King Solomon, "What I heard in my own country about you and your wisdom is true!
But I couldn't believe it until I had come and seen it all for myself. But I didn't hear even half of it; your wisdom and wealth are much greater than what I was told.
How fortunate are your wives! And how fortunate your servants, who are always in your presence and are privileged to hear your wise sayings!