A Social History of Ethiopia: The Northern and Central Highlands from Early Medieval Times to the Rise of Emperor Tewodros II
Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University, 1990 - Ethiopia - 371 pages
A compilation of Ethiopia's social history, devoted to the northern and central highlands, and covering the period from early medieval times to the reign of Emperor Tewodros II.
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