The biblical history that you present is not accurate. Solomon did have a black woman (Queen of Sheba) as one of his wifes. The story continues: " According to Ethiopian tradition the queen returned to Sheba and bore a son by Solomon, Menelik I, who was the beginning of the Ethiopian royal dynasty."
IBNA HAKIM, the son of the wise man, Solomon, who had adopted the throne name, Menelik I, was anointed by the Jewish high priest, Azariah, before the Ark after his mother, Makeda, died at the age of 60.
During his reign, he patterned his government and set policies, which were similar to those of the Hebrews, and he appointed Twelve Judges, according to the number of tribes of Israel.
Azariah drew up a code of laws and regulations based directly on the laws of Moses and tradition says that this code was the source of all subsequent legal decisions and ordinances,
Menelik I tried to legislate in every way like his father, Solomon, and his grandfather, David. He also adopted many of the engineering techniques of his Israeli friend, Adoniram, in building dams in the highlands where he stored water to irrigate the land in the dry season just as he did in Marib in the Arabian Saba.
He married a Hebrew woman and they had a son, named Thomas. He was to be the second emperor of the Ark.
In 930 B.C., he died at age 50 after reigning for 24 years.
I`m sorry to tell you this But, you need study your Bible a little closer, it was King David, Solomon`s Father who married Bathsheba & she wasn`t black. Solomon did marry an Etheopian Princess who was black.
There is confusion since one (Bathsheba) was the wife of David, and the other (Princess of Sheba) was one of the many wives of Solomon, and was black. There is some interesting history about their descendants.