The Kings of Israel
When Israel entered the Promised Land, authority was the responsibility of the Judges. However, when Samuel was judge over Israel, the people asked for a king to rule over them so they could be like other nations. Though very reluctant because he knew it was against the wishes of God, Samuel finally agreed and crowned Saul first king of Israel. David came next, then Solomon after whose death the kingdom was divided. Ten tribes broke away to form the northern kingdom of Israel under Jeroboam, while the remaining two tribes formed the sourther kingdom of Judah, under Solomon's son, Rehoboam.
These are the Kings and Queens of Israel.
Although Judah consisted of only two tribes, it survived Israel partly because it was less vulnerable to attack from the North.