Ethiopia: the era of the princes: the challenge of Islam and re-unification of the Christian Empire, 1769-1855
Examines the religious and political evolution of Ethiopia that led to the foundation of the Christian dynastic rule now governing the country.
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The decline of the Muslim coast of Ethiopia
The Red Sea trade and the causes for its decline in the eighteenth century
The growth of Galla power in northern Ethiopia
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Abba Bagibo Abbadie Abuna Abyssinia Adoimara Afar Ali's Aligaz Amir amoleh Arabia Arkiko army Aussa authority Begamder and Amhara Beke Berbera Birru Goshu Blondeel British caravans Cecchi Christian Ethiopia Church coast Combes and Tamisier Coulbeaux Cruttenden d'Abbadie Debra Degoutin Dejazmatch Egypt Egyptian eighteenth century Enarea F.NA Ferret and Galinier firearms Galla Galla and Sidama Galla tribes Gojjam Gondar governor Guebre Sellassie Gugsa Gurage Harar Harris highlands Hijaz Ibid Ichege important Isenberg Islam Jimma Johnston Kaffa Kassa king kingdom Krapf Lasta Lefebvre Lejean London markets Massawa Massouah merchants Mudaito Muhammad Muslim Na'ib nineteenth century northern Ethiopia Nuovi documenti Ottoman Paris Pasha Plowden population provinces Red Sea Rochet Rochet d'Hericourt route Royal Chronicles rulers Ruppell Sahle Selassie salt Seb'agadis Second voyage Semien Showa Sidama slave trade Somali Sost Lidet south-western Ethiopia Sudan Sultan Tajura Teodros thalers Tigre Tigrean Travels Wolde Selassie Wollo Wossen Wube Wube's Yejju Yifat Zeila