Several separated children do catechesis within the precincts of the church of St Mary of Zion in Axum. the Ark of the Covenant is a relic venerated by the Ethiopians earnestly why churches keep in their most sacred enclosure a replica of the Ark of the Covenant containing the Tabot. The Tabot that is saved in the Ethiopian church is a replica (wood or stone) of the Tables of the Law would be retained in the original St. Mary of Zion in Axum. We are in Axum, before the facade of the Church of Our Lady of Sion, place where tradition says and as is currently the Ark of the Covenant. Inside the temple a single person, a priest, a chosen one, a direct descendant of the Levites, jealously guards the treasure and not allow anyone to touch or see. My efforts to enter the sacred precinct and see this marvel are unsuccessful, and they tell me, but aspire to the tent in which rests the Ark and lifted the cloth with which to protect the Ark of furtive glances, my lack of faith prevented me see the precious treasure. But what is the origin of this fierce and unwavering conviction that leads to Ethiopian Orthodox Christians as a way to assert categorically that the Ark of the Covenant rests in Axum? Recall that the Legend and history go hand in hand in this country, do not understand the one without the other and come to merge to create an unquestionable truth .... The epic of the Ethiopian people is contained in Kebre Negest (Glory of Kings), a book written in Gue'ez (ancient Ethiopian language) at the end of the thirteenth century by a priest of Axum. As stated in this great work, the origins of Ethiopian history, closely linked with the biblical world, would go back to the short but fruitful relationship that kept the Ethiopian Queen Makeda or Belkis (historical names to be known to the mythical queen Saba) and the wise King Solomon. The Queen of Sheba, would travel to Jerusalem full of valuable treasures (jewelry, precious stones, spices ...) looking for the wise advice of famed King Solomon, this honorable assured his guest that would require compensation only if they take some good of the people of Israel.