abuna


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abuna

(əˈbuːnə)
n
the title given to the head of the Ethiopian Orthodox church
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According to Stephen Hayes, it was started by an American by the name of Abuna Abraim, and it was officially received into the Patriarchate of Alexandria by Archbishop Irenaeus in 1985.
Abuna Yemata Guh Church is carved in a small cave halfway up a rock pinnacle.
In a separate incident, a pastor identified as James Abuna for African Inland Church in Torit was also starved to death on Tuesday in Torit.
Tackling a six-metre vertical climb to reach the fifth century Abuna Yemata Guh, one of Tigray's famous rock-hewn churches hidden in the Gheralta mountain range, really does require a leap of faith.
A priest outside the Abuna Yamata Guh in the Gheralta Mountain Range and the stunning frescoes inside A gelada monkey in the Simien Mountain National Park The Harenna Forest in Ethiopia and, inset below, an Ethiopian wolf amid everlasting flowers on the Sanetti Plateau
Tackling a six-metre vertical climb to reach the fifthcentury Abuna Yemata Guh, one of Tigray's famous rock-hewn churches hidden in the Gheralta mountain range, really does require a leap of faith.
A superficie e suavemente dissecada, com topos tabulares e algumas areas planas, e, no trecho que acompanha longitudinalmente o rio Abuna o relevo e pouco mais dissecado e com topos convexos.
Provincia Abuna, Rio Orton, 8 ago 1992, (st), Vargas & Foster 749 (LPB).
In his discussion of the political consequences of such acts of transference of the Holy Land to one's homeland performed by many all over the world, Adrian Hastings cites Abuna al-Maskin, a Coptic monk in modern Egypt who was asked to whether his disciples ever cherished the idea of visiting Jerusalem:
Detras del cancel, el Abuna Rewis, un monje de cuarenta anos que estudio ingenieria y que ha llegado hace unos meses a Cataluna, celebra de espaldas.
This paper explores the contested colonial landscape in Goffredo Alessandrini's feature film Abuna Messias (1939).