No, but there are those (Finkelstein for example) who claim that there was nothing much to the Kingdom of Israel, basing that on the Egyptian pseudochronology popularized over a hundred years ago. 18th dynasty Pharaoh Hatshepsut’s bas relief of her voyage to Punt names the port official who greeted her there, and it matches that of a Solomonic-era port official in charge at Ezion Geber.
Hatshepsut's mortuary temple in West Bank at Thebes (modern Luxor) includes detailed depictions of the expedition on its second terrace, including the sea journey and even the reception offered by the chief of Punt. This depictions shows a bearded chief, accompanied by his excessively obese queen who shows signs of lipodystrophy, or decrum's disease. She has a pronounced curvature of the spinal column.