Some priests show the sacred books of the new church of St Mary of Zion in Axum. The Ethiopian churches have several inputs: the south entrance for women and for men the north, the east can be used interchangeably. Built following a scheme inspired by the Temple of Solomon, have three parts: a choir, a sacred space where the Eucharist is distributed and a closed sanctuary accessible only to the priests. There, in that part called "holy of holies", every church keeps a Tabot, a replica of the Ark and its Tables of the Law, in a small wooden box. In the important religious days out in procession Tabot sacral santorum covered with fabric draped. No one seems to ask how, if according to the legend who see the Ark goes blind or dies, it is possible that all churches have a copy of it. My questions about causing trouble: for Ethiopians do with Ark is an article of faith. The Kebre Negest tells how at age 22 Menelik returned to Jerusalem to visit his father, King Solomon, who offered him to inherit the throne, offering who declined. Among those who accompanied Menelik was the eldest son of a high priest, who stole the Ark after dreaming that he should take it. Menelik enraged to learn of the theft, but then turn dreamed that it was the will of God and kept going. When King Solomon realized the theft thought of sending an army to chase his son, but he also dreamed that it was the will of God and the disappearance of the Ark kept secret. The version about Makeda and Solomon, in the tradition of the Orthodox Jewish Falashas of Ethiopia, is virtually identical to the Negest Kebre. Despite being a story rejected by Western historians, Ethiopians accept without hesitation. They are convinced that the original Ark was brought to Axum in the first millennium BC, and remaining there ever since.