Solomon, Salman or Suleiman is the Anglicized form of a Hebrew name derived from the word for "peace." In the works of Harry Turtledove, Solomon may refer to:

Monarchs named Solomon:

Solomon, King of Israel, Biblical monarch referenced in In the Presence of Mine Enemies.
Suleiman ibn Abd al-Malik, historical Caliph of Islam, referenced in "Islands in the Sea."

Characters known only as Solomon:

Salamone (Algarvian), a soldier and minor character in Out of the Darkness.

Characters whose first name is Solomon

Salman al-Tabari, a bodyguard and minor character in "Islands in the Sea."
Suleiman Bektashi, a Tatar chief and minor character in "Hang Together."
Solomon Gruver, minor fictional character in Worldwar.
Solomon York, a printer and minor character in The Two Georges.

Places named Solomon:

Solomon Islands, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, referenced in a few World War II-related works.