How Harlem’s Col. Hubert (Black Eagle) Julian soared to glory at home and in Ethiopia

How Harlem’s Col. Hubert (Black Eagle) Julian soared to glory at home and in Ethiopia

🕔07:49, 15.Aug 2017

BY JAY MAEDER NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, August 14, 2017, From Italy’s standpoint, it was true, Italy had been fairly royally chiseled out of any substantive World War spoils. The Allies had promised the sun and moon and then

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The Axumites – Who were they? Where are they?

The Axumites – Who were they? Where are they?

🕔01:59, 17.Jul 2017

A tale whose origin was perhaps Arabian or European that many of us grew up familiar with goes somewhat like this: ‘A clever thief came to an emperor who loved elegance and persuaded him that he could weave a new

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Pilgrimage to Ethiopia’s 12th-century iconic churches

Pilgrimage to Ethiopia’s 12th-century iconic churches

🕔07:21, 5.Jul 2017

The World Heritage site draws visitors and pilgrims with its monolithic churches carved into the ground. Jenna Belhumeur The 11 medieval churches hewn from solid, volcanic rock in the heart of Ethiopia were built on the orders of King Lalibela in the 12th century.

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Gratefully remembering (and Saluting) America’s black antifascist vanguard in Ethiopia

Gratefully remembering (and Saluting) America’s black antifascist vanguard in Ethiopia

🕔08:05, 8.Jun 2017

Hidden Fighters Molly Crabapple No. 35 THEY EXIST NOW MOSTLY IN ARCHIVES. Photos show a beautiful young woman bent over an operating table, staring toward the camera with a mixture of defiance and exhaustion. A man in a sweater adorned

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One of the World’s Oldest Art Workshops Is a Cave in Ethiopia

One of the World’s Oldest Art Workshops Is a Cave in Ethiopia

🕔07:31, 2.Jun 2017

According to a new study, the Porc-Epic Cave served as a site for the continuous production of ochre powder for at least 4,500 years. Caves may not get great natural light, but a low-ceilinged one in Ethiopia represents one of the earliest known

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FEBRUARY 19, 1937, AFTER THE ASSASSINATION GRAZIANI IN THE MASSACRE OF DEBRE LIBANOS

FEBRUARY 19, 1937, AFTER THE ASSASSINATION GRAZIANI IN THE MASSACRE OF DEBRE LIBANOS

🕔05:43, 30.May 2017

Kidane Alemayehu An unpublished photos documenting the massacre carried out by Italian soldiers in the Ethiopian Orthodox monastery of Debre Libanos in 1937. The TG2000, the news of Tv2000, shows exclusively a historic snap with the monks are waiting to be

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Colonel Goshu Wolde Historical Speech – US  House of Representatives Committee on Africa Affairs

Colonel Goshu Wolde Historical Speech – US House of Representatives Committee on Africa Affairs

🕔08:26, 27.May 2017

https://youtu.be/2MagUL9ZVLg Colonel Goshu Wolde Historical Speech – US House of Representatives Committee on Africa Affairs

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Queen Eleni: Ethiopian Women in the Medieval and Renaissance Eras

Queen Eleni: Ethiopian Women in the Medieval and Renaissance Eras

🕔09:42, 15.May 2017

By Yamrot Girma Teshome, Gender Studies, ASU Queen Eleni of Ethiopia is among many African women who played key political and intellectual roles in the Early Modern period. Her biography is one of the histories of Ethiopian women from different

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Ethiopian Hero Demessie Hailemariam  (Video)

Ethiopian Hero Demessie Hailemariam (Video)

🕔11:34, 4.Apr 2017

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In Ethiopia, a Search for the Lost Ark

In Ethiopia, a Search for the Lost Ark

🕔06:23, 30.Mar 2017

Does the famous Ark of the Covenant actually reside in Africa? By Bill Wiatrak 3/29/2017 SOME OF MY FRIENDS CHIDE ME ABOUT MY WORLD TRAVELS and jokingly refer to me as Indiana Jones. Maybe it’s the hat I wear when I’m traveling,

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Go to Ethiopia for Ancient History, Jazz, and a Capital City on the Rise

Go to Ethiopia for Ancient History, Jazz, and a Capital City on the Rise

🕔07:33, 29.Mar 2017

by Alex Postman March 28, 2017 Head from the cradle of civilization to the new cultural hot spots of Addis Ababa. As a history nerd and seeker who has read my fair share of Peter Matthiessen, I’ve found my peak

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Video: Adewa Dr Haile Larebo Interview By Journalist Zewdu Mengiste Lucy Radio UK

Video: Adewa Dr Haile Larebo Interview By Journalist Zewdu Mengiste Lucy Radio UK

🕔16:37, 20.Mar 2017

Adewa Dr Haile Larebo Interview By Journalist Zewdu Mengiste Lucy Radio U K

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In Memory of the Founding Generation of Academic History of Ethiopia

In Memory of the Founding Generation of Academic History of Ethiopia

🕔11:33, 20.Feb 2017

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD February 20, 2017 The recent departure of the well-loved Ethiopian historian, Professor Richard Pankhurst provide us the opportunity to remember the efforts of professional historians who for the first time started university based history teaching and research

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Where In Ethiopia : Addis Ababa Versus Axum

Where In Ethiopia : Addis Ababa Versus Axum

🕔05:13, 23.Jan 2017

Travelers Today       By    FG Dullin Anyone choosing Africa as the next continent to spend one’s vacation could choose to travel in Ethiopia for an exceptional off-beat experience. In this North African country, there are two popular

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Proud  Ethiopian AAU Instructor who told Meles Zenawi the fact –   Does anyone know the instructor?

Proud Ethiopian AAU Instructor who told Meles Zenawi the fact – Does anyone know the instructor?

🕔10:55, 2.Jan 2017

ይህ መምህር ዛሬ የት እንዳለ የሚያውቅ ይኖር ይሆን ? በተለይ አንቀጽ 39 ኝን ቁጭ ብሎ ያጸደቀ ባንዳ በቅንነት ሀገር ይመራል ብሎ ማሰብ ይከብዳል የሚገርመው ሁሉንም ቁጭ ብለን በአይናችን ብሌን አየነው . ምስጋናዬ ከፍ ያለ ነው ለዚህ ምሁር . ሰውዬውም ተሳስቶ

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Sacred Mysteries: Ancient Ethiopian echoes of Roman antiquity

Sacred Mysteries: Ancient Ethiopian echoes of Roman antiquity

🕔01:00, 11.Dec 2016

By GARIMA GOSPELS Christopher Howse/ 10 DECEMBER 2016 It is always an out-of-the-way pleasure to visit the Ethiopians who live on the roof of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Now another surprise about this ancient civilisation has arrived

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Tribute to the father of Ethiopian football Yidnekachew Tessema

Tribute to the father of Ethiopian football Yidnekachew Tessema

🕔17:47, 13.Sep 2016

By Firew Asrat September 13, 2016 Born in September 11, 1921 in Jimma Ethiopia, the young Yidnekachew started playing football at the age of eight. At the age of 14, he joined his first and only club Saint George football club,

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A Look Inside Ethiopia’s Falash Mura Community: Q&A with Filmmaker Lior Sperandeo

A Look Inside Ethiopia’s Falash Mura Community: Q&A with Filmmaker Lior Sperandeo

🕔23:12, 29.Jul 2016

Falash Mura is the name given to the community of Ethiopians who practice the Jewish faith and claim the right to live in Israel. Every year, the city of Gondar hosts what is billed as the largest Passover celebration in

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The Constitution OF The Federal State of Tigray

The Constitution OF The Federal State of Tigray

🕔08:37, 13.Mar 2016

12 Sene 1987 E.C 19 June 1995 Mekelle PREAMBLE THE-CONSTITUTION-OF-TIGRAY The people of Tigray are one of the peoples and nationalities of Ethiopia who suffered a lot under the yoke of the feudal system which prevailed through out Ethiopia. In

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Amazing World Heritage Sites in Ethiopia

Amazing World Heritage Sites in Ethiopia

🕔21:07, 14.Feb 2016

By Don There are at least nine UNESCO World Heritage sites in Ethiopia that complement Africa’s ancient creations.  They include; Simien National Park Lower Valley of the Awash Lower Valley of the Omo Aksum Lalibela Tiya Fasil Ghebbi Harar Jugol, the

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