3 edition of Ethiopian records of the Menilek era found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited, and translated by] Bairu Tafla.|
|Series||Aethiopistische Forschungen,, Bd. 54, Äthiopistische Forschungen ;, Bd. 54|
|Contributions||Bairu Tafla., Ilg, Alfred, 1854-1916., Menelik II, Negus of Ethiopia, 1844-1913.|
|LC Classifications||DT387 .E85 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||563 p. :|
|Number of Pages||563|
|LC Control Number||2001350944|
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: Ethiopian Records of the Menilek Era: Select Amharic Documents from the Nachlass of Alfred Ilg (Aethiopistische Forschungen) (Amharic and English Edition) (): Bairu, Tafla: Books.
The quality of a scholarly presentation at least in the humanities and social sciences depends entirely on the availability of documentation.
Though Menilek's Ethiopian records of the Menilek era book is one of the fortunate periods in this respect, some aspects are nonetheless more thinly substantiated than others and, hence, fresh documents can certainly enrich our knowledge.
Get this from a library. Ethiopian records of the Menilek era: selected Amharic documents from the Nachlass of Alfred Ilg, [Bairu Tafla.; Alfred Ilg; Menelik, Negus of Ethiopia;]. Ethiopian records of the Menilek era: selected Amharic documents from the Nachlass of Alfred Ilg, by Bairu Tafla (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 48 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Though Menilek's era is one of the fortunate periods in this respect, some aspects are nonetheless more thinly substantiated than others and, hence, fresh documents can certainly enrich our knowledge. Most of the ministerial papers of Menilek's government were lost in the decades that followed his fatal illness.
Menelik I, or Menilek (in Ge`ez: ምኒልክ [Mənilək]) was, according to legend, the first emperor of the 10th century BC, he is said to have inaugurated the Solomonic dynasty of Ethiopia, so named because Menelik I is supposed to be the son of the biblical King Solomon of ancient Israel and of Makeda, the Ethiopian Queen of date, no archaeological or textual Father: King Solomon.
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Vivian, who visited the palace grounds at the turn of the century, records that Menilek had erected a rail to carry building materials to the construction area. The workers, the Englishman.
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