The characters that you speak of - Yeshua, Solomon are not necessarily historical figures.
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They are alias'(thanks Ras Howard for this word) of something far older than the bible. It was among Black Africans that the ideas of the archetypes that BECAME the Solomon and Yeshua of the scripture originated however - so it is in this context that one could say that Solomon and Yeshua were African.
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