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The Kings who ruled Ethiopia for 3000 BC without break except for a few years were from the dynasty of King Solomon and Queen of Makeda-Sheba. The first one in this dynasty was Menelik I. A total of two hundred and thirty seven descendants of the Queen of Saba and King Solomon beginning with Menelik I are believed to have ruled Ethiopia. The last and longest reigning of the Davidic/Solomonic Kings was Emperor Haile Selassie The 1st, the 237th Emperor of Ethiopia.