The Ethiopian Orthodox Church is the largest of the Oriental Orthodox Churches in Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Orthodox Church broke away from mainline Christianity long before
While there is currently a high level of suffering in Ethiopia and surrounding countries, today’s crisis is not comparable to the famine of 25 years
Around the 8th century BC, a kingdom known as D'mt was established in northern Ethiopia and Eritrea, with its capital at Yeha in northern Ethiopia.
Although the existence of inscriptions prove that literacy preceded the adoption of Christianity as the recognized religion in Ethiopia, by the time of the earliest
Until the early 1900s, formal education was confined to a system of religious instruction organized and presented under the aegis of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.
Answer: Aman Mikael Andom
The name Ethiopia derived, from the Greek form, aithiopia, from the two words aitho, “I burn”, and ops, “face”. It would hence mean the colored
Hailemariam Desalegn (current) Meles Zenawi Mengistu Hailemariam Teferi Benti Aman Andom Haileselassie I Zewditu Iyasu Menelik II Yoyannes II Tewodros II
Question: What is Ethiopia's Middle Ages? Answer: The Zagwe dynasty ruled many parts of modern Ethiopia and Eritrea from approximately 1137 to 1270. The name of the dynasty
From Menelik to Adwa Ethiopia in its roughly current form began under the reign of Menelik II who was Emperor from 1889 until his death in
Question: What is the Mengistu Era? Answer: The ensuing regime suffered several coups, uprisings, wide-scale drought, and a huge refugee problem. In 1977, the Ogaden War resulted in Somalia
Question: What is the Haile Selassie Era? Answer: The early 20th century was marked by the reign of Emperor Haile Selassie I, who came to power after Iyasu
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