Ask Question
30 March, 19:22

Choose all that apply.

The three main kings during the golden age of Israel were:

a Saul

David

Samuel

Hezekiah

Solomon

0
Answers (1)
  1. 30 March, 20:46
    0
    Saul, David, and Solomon

    Explanation:

    Saul is the first king of Israel, before him, judges ruled in Israel. Saul descended from the tribe of Benjamin, who by the vision of the prophet Samuel became the first king and united the tribes of Israel to fight the Philistines. After him, Israel was ruled by Saul's son-in-law, King David, who extended the territory of Israel, conquered Jerusalem, with some historians claiming that David had purchased Jerusalem, which became the capital of Israel. David had a great desire to build a temple in Jerusalem, but his son King Solomon succeeded. King Solomon, who was called the wise men, was known for his wisdom and, through his diplomacy, maintained peace with the surrounding countries, thus enabling prosperity, construction, great trade, and thus the unprecedented progress of Israel. He built the famous Solomon's Temple and during his reign Israel did not wage war, an important fact in the consolidation and further development of Israel's golden age.
Know the Answer?
Not Sure About the Answer?
Get an answer to your question ✅ “Choose all that apply. The three main kings during the golden age of Israel were: a Saul David Samuel Hezekiah Solomon ...” in 📙 History if there is no answer or all answers are wrong, use a search bar and try to find the answer among similar questions.
Search for Other Answers