In chapter 5 of the book of 1Reis, Salomo makes an alliance with king Hiro de Tiro1 (littoral city of the Lebanon, to the north of Israel), therefore nobody wise person to cut wood as the sidnios (next Sidom to the Shot and also in the Lebanon) and the servants of Hiro would take cedar wood and of cypress for Salomo and still the edificadores of Salomo (Israeli), Hiro (Sidom and Tiro) and the Giblitas (next Gebal2 to Tiro and Sidom) would cultivate rocks for the Temple. The question is: What this matters? It matters in what it says respect to the peoples who had helped to build the Temple, the sidnios, of Shot and the giblitas all of the Lebanon, north of Israel. After the unified reign of Salomo, had a rupture on the part of its Roboo son and the Israeli Empire with capital in Jerusalem was divided in Israel to the north with capital in Samaria Jud to the south with capital in Jerusalem; however all the monumental Empire of Salomo (970 the 930 C) is attributed to the Onri king of Israel to the north (885 the 874 C) by means of ‘ ‘ interessantssima revista’ ‘. Here it is what they affirm: ‘ ‘ In the truth, the great moment of Hebrew history would have happened not in the salomnico period, but about a century later. Between 884 and 873 C, was established Samaria, the capital of the kingdom of Israel, in the north of Palestine under the leadership of Israeli king Omri.’ ‘ still continues: ‘ ‘ Archaeology demonstrated that the monuments normally attributed the Salomo had been, in the truth, raised for omridas.’ ‘ Now it enters the sidnios, of Shot and the giblitas in the question, very probably these men if admired of the great workmanship (the Temple of Salomo) that she was being made, what in the ones of the one bigger probability in saying that what existed of monumental in the Israeli reign of Onri (the construction of the city of Samaria) was taken by the ones of Shot, sidnios or giblitas influenced for the monumental workmanship that they had helped to make, not for being great, because the Temple was not gigantesco3, but for being rich.