Published July 1, 2007
by Tsehai Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
The Evolution of Ethiopian Absolutism Description Since the early s, the Ethiopian society witnessed swift, incredibly dramatic and profound changes in Ethiopia, the country to which the Bible’s description of heaven was said to refer. The evolution of Ethiopian absolutism: the genesis and the making of the fiscal military state, Author: Tsegaye Tegenu ; Thomas Leiper Kane Collection (Library of Congress. The Evolution of Ethiopian Absolutism: The Genesis and the Making of the Fiscal Military State, Tegenu, Tsegaye Stockholm University, Faculty of Social Sciences. The Evolution of Ethiopian Absolutism: the Genesis of the making of the fiscal military state, -
Tsegaye Tegenu's The Evolution of Ethiopian Absolutism is a carefully argued account of the origins of the modern Ethiopian state. The author sets out to identify and explain the resource base of the Ethiopian state during its process of organizing into a centralised power in the period to , and he succeeds considerably in this respect by marshalling a vast array of Ethiopian and foreign sources. "Ethiopian scholarship is in Professor Levine's debt He has performed an important task with panache, urbanity, and learning."—Edward Ullendorff, Times Literary Supplement "Upon rereading this book, it strikes the reader how broad in scope, how innovative in approach, and how stimulating in arguments this book was when it came out. The Evolution of the Ethiopian Jews is the most thorough scholarly study of Beta Israel history within Ethiopia yet written. It traces the development of the Ethiopian Jews from their controversial origins to the beginning of the twentieth century/5(1). The Evolution of the Ethiopian Jews is the most thorough scholarly study of Beta Israel history within Ethiopia yet written. It traces the development of the Ethiopian Jews from their controversial origins to the beginning of the twentieth s: 2.
Books are currently ordered by Book Name ascendingly: The Evolution of Ethiopian Absolutism: ISBN: Price: $ Publication date: 01/18/ View Add to Cart: Displaying 1 to 1 (of 1 products) Result Pages: 1 Categories. Book Subjects Journals Amharic Books Imprints. (English to Amharic), A History of, A Revision to Ethiopian Egyptology, and African Studies, and Her Mother Hanna, Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children, BAMIDBAR, BEREISHITH, Biblical Sabbath, By Amos N. Wilson, By Charles Fillmore, by J. A. Rogers, By Rudolph R. Windsor, by Rudolph Windsor, By William Leo Hansberry, By Yossef Ben. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the header. This feature of Fetha Nagast is well reflected in its popular Amharic (Ethiopian National language) designation as Yebáhirya hegg: i.e. “the law from overseas”. Ethiopia as a nation, defining it as an obsolete empire-state, a prison house of peoples. Though I was predisposed toward the Ethiopia I had studied since the late s, I appreciated that within its frontiers were a variety of peoples. The Tigray and the Amhara of highlands Eritrea, Tigray, Welo, Gonder, Shewa, and Gojam are the.