Magdalena Stockar (or Madeleine Stockar) was one of ten children of the prominent family of Alexander Stockar (d. 1519) and Margaretha Tschachtlan. Alexander owned various properties in Schaffhausen and surrounding areas. He was commander of the armies from Schaffhausen duringhte wars supporting Julius II and Imperial Commander in the battle of Novara in 1519. He was knighted by Maximilian 1 in 1501 and died in 1519 probably while fighting for Duke Ulrich von Württemberg in Stuttgart.
Magdalena married Paul Hagenbach (d. 1580 or 1590) who originally came from Basel but settled in Schaffhausen. He joined the 'Safranzunft' in 1552 and listed as citizen of Schaffhausen by 1560 (possibly 1535 accoring to another document).
Queen Sheba had heard about King Solomon's wisdom and wealth and came to test him with questions. She brought with her a very large train of servants and camels laden with spices and gold. In admiration of his achievements she gave him a large quantity of her retinue. In return Solomon gave Sheba not only his royal bounty but all that she desired and asked for when she left. The scene is regarded as a prefiguration of the Adoration of the Magi.