The Chromebook Lab project at the Axumite
Heritage Foundation Library in Ethiopia is the first recipient of the American Library Associations International Relations Roundtable (IRRT) Mission Enhancement Grant.
Throughout the past centuries, the Eritrean people have risen up with unity and determination against the attempts of attack on the Eritrean border made by the Axumite
These ideographs, which in turn depend on existing historical and cultural repertoires, speak of Ethiopia's lost age of glory, of Axumite
civilization and the cradle of humanity, of the victories of its kings over European colonial powers, and other hegemonic articulations of Ethiopian history, each brimming with associations and implications.
34) The rise of Roman power in the Mediterranean during the first century bce brought its traders in contact with merchants from the port of Adulis of the Axumite
kingdom (encompassing present-day Eritrea and the northern parts of Ethiopia) and other centres along the Somali coast to Socotra before they set course for Indian ports.
Thus the survey, which is well presented, includes the Coptic Church in Egypt, the Nubian Church in medieval Sudan and the Ethiopian one, beginning with the Axumite
At the National Museum we admired Ethiopian artworks, pre-historic fossils and archeological findings from the Axumite
lt;<Aela, Clysma, and especially Berenice revived in importance, but the so-called trade with the 'Indians' was in reality trade with the Ethiopians, and even under Justinian in the sixth century Byzantine subjects visited not India so much as Arabia and the Axumite
realm (particularly Adulis), and the ignorance now shown about India was truly prodigious>> (35).
The followers of Mohammed, in danger of persecution by the local authorities in Arabia, took refuge in the Axumite
kingdom of the Ethiopian highlands.
Farther south, Ethiopia was Christianized in the fourth century when the Axumite
King Ezana adopted the Christianity of his childhood tutor, a Syrian Christian named Frumentius.
Kingdom: A Settlement Archaeological Perspective,"
Yemen had no significant diplomatic relations with the west, and it was situated ecclesiastically and politically between the Axumite
kingdom of Ethiopia and the east Roman emperor in Constantinople.
112) The city of Axum, where the obelisk was created, was the capital city of the ancient Axumite
kingdom (1st Century AD), and the birthplace of the biblical Queen of Sheba.