Police are claimed to have found the Seal of Solomon, a ring claimed to have belonged to the mythical king, in a raid in Turkey.
Officers are reported to have seized the object in an operation on Tuesday.
Cops raided the home of an illegal tomb raider who was stashing and smuggling large numbers of relics.
The Seal of Solomon, according to legend, has magical powers that allow its wearer to command demons and talk to animals.
Its original holder – King Solomon – features in both Christian and Jewish traditions as a prophet and ruled Israel around 1000-years before the birth of Jesus.
Police found the bronze seal in the Amasya province after responding to a tip-off about the suspected smuggler.
It was stashed with a golden bull figure, a four golden tablets, a metal tablet and an ancient Torah.
Regional overnor Osman Varol confirmed the items are believed to be “ancient” but could not exactly date them.
Initial examinations suggest they relics are at least 500 years old.
The Seal of Solomon appears in legend bearing the Star of David from Jewish tradition.
Stories about the magic ring date back to the first century and have appeared in legend for the past 2000 years.
Daily Star Online previously revealed a “lost gospel” being found by police in Turkey.
Cops are investigating who the suspected smuggler came to have the items.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism said the objects will studied and then put on displays in a museum.