Metsudah Tanach The Book of Kings I
Metsudah Tanach Series
Kings I chronicles the history of the Jewish kings of Judah and Israel. It includes King David's last testament; the anointing of King Solomon; the building of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem; King Solomon's unique wisdom and strength; the division of the Kingdom of Israel after King Solomon's death; information about Ahijah, the Shilonite; the new kingdoms of Ephraim and Judah - their individual histories, kings and mutual relations.
Begins with King David's last days and continues through the reign of Solomon and the building of the Temple in Jerusalem. Also covers the schism of the Kingdom and ends with the latter part of Elijah's role as prophet.
Hebrew and English in a regular Hebrew font with vowels. Hebrew and English lines are side by side on the same page.