T. M. Law has an interesting post up on ‘The King of Kings‘ that’s worth a look. He notes
I’ll soon be writing about Jewish and Christian reconceptualisations of the Historical Solomon (though I’m aware many believe Solomon is merely a literary/theological figure, I do not) in the Greco-Roman world. Even though I’m more interested in the period between the end of the 4th century BCE and the first CE, I’m still fascinated by the growth of the Solomon tradition within the Hebrew book of Kings.
And there’s more. Enjoy.