5 edition of Chronique du règne de Ménélik II found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Marcus, A History of Ethiopia, University of California Press, 2002, p. Encyclopaedia Aethiopica, Siegbert Uhlig ed. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011.
Matewos 1842-1926 Orthodox Church Ethiopia Abuna Matewos circa 1842 to December 4, 1926 was the Metropolitan of Ethiopia head of the Ethiopian Churchand an influential councillor of Emperor Menilek II q. In 1909, the emperor had proclaimed his grandson, Lej Iyasu Mikael q.
Voir par exemple Charles McClellan, 1996, p. Ethiopia, A short illustrated history, Ministry Chronique du règne de Ménélik II Education and Fine Arts, Berhanena Selam Haile Selassie I printing press, Addis Abeba, 1969, p. 164 illustrations dont 63 hors texte et 10 cartes et plans. By crossing sources and viewpoints, both Ethiopian and foreign, we can unravel the set of circumstances surrounding the death of Menelik II and the reasons for concealing the body of the deceased. In 1902 Matewos visited Russia on a politico-religious mission, and was decorated by the Tsar.
MarcusHarold G, Haile Sellassie I. This topic was documented by Hugues Fontaine and. Antoni Cecchi, Da Zeila alle frontiere del Caffa, Rome, 1886, i. May Ydlibi, With Ethiopian Rulers. On his 75th birthday, in 1947, the German magazine Der Spiegel published an article which remains the most of the biographical information available.
At the same time important documents to found the library had also been collected. 512 with no mention of the photographer who seems to remain unknown so far. Monseigneur Jarosseau et la mission des Gallas, Paris, Albin Michel, 1950. 63 Gebre-Igziabiher Elyas, 1994, p.
A nnaratone Carlo, In Abissinia, Rome, Enrico Voghera Editore, 1914. 76 Gebre-Igziabiher Elyas, 1994, p. Since 1913 G and B has been publishing books and periodicals that reflect the mission entrusted to the Pontifical Biblical Institute and the Pontifical Gregorian University.
Barhu ZewdeA history of modern Ethiopia, 1855-1974Londres, James Currey Ltd, 1991.
When, in 1907, Menilek introduced his ministerial reforms, Matewos became Minister of Education for three years on the grounds that education was inseparable from religion.
Monseigneur Jarosseau et la mission des Gallas, Paris, Albin Michel, 1950.
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