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abuna

(əˈbuːnə)
n
the title given to the head of the Ethiopian Orthodox church
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The Ethiopian Orthodox Archbishop of Europe, His Grace Abuna Entonius, will lead the celebrations assisted by dozens of priests and choirs from all over the UK and Europe.
This paper explores the contested colonial landscape in Goffredo Alessandrini's feature film Abuna Messias (1939).
The Fayoum experienced a brief and unusual revival of the early anchoritic spirit for a period of about ten years in 1960s, when a group of hermits, let by Abuna Matta al-Maskin, settled in caves in Wadi el-Rayan, west of el-Fayoum.
Occupying this uncomfortable position is Melkite Catholic Archbishop Abuna Elias Chacour.
Archbishop Abuna Elias Chacour of Akka, Haifa, Nazareth and all of Galilee (Melkite Greek Catholic Church) and this year's recipient of the E.
Ambassador; His Holiness, Abuna Paulos; Seyoum Mesfin, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Tadelech Dalecho Dando, Minister of Culture & Tourism; and Andreas Eshete, President of Addis Ababa University, among others.
Brazil: Estado de Rodonia: UFRJ 5884, 67; UFRJ 5885, 4 (c & s); swamp near road BR-364, between Mutum-Parana and Abuna, rio Madeira basin, 9[degrees]40'34.
The memories of Kyrillos VI are kept alive by Abuna Rafa'il of the Monastery of St.
Abuna Paulos, head of the 25 million strong Ethiopian Orthodox Church, says the sacred objects are the crux of religious belief in the country.
112) The Ethiopian Abuna Marquos was confirmed probably in May of 1514--see the brief of Leo X to King Manuel of Portugal in Silva, 248-50.