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The Aksum Archaeological Area: A Preliminary Assessment
This invaluable compendium, published by the Istituto Universitario Orientale in Naples, arises out of research undertaken jointly by that institution and Boston University under the direction ofExpand
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Ancient Ethiopia: Aksum, its antecedents and successors
During the first seven centuries AD there arose at Aksum in the highlands of northern Ethiopia, a unique African culture which has been described as "the last of the great civilizations of antiquityExpand
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The First Millennium bc in the Highlands of Northern Ethiopia and South–Central Eritrea: A Reassessment of Cultural and Political Development
An overview is offered of the development of research—both archaeological and epigraphic—on the inhabitants of the northern Horn during the first millennium bc. Initially, reconstructions of thisExpand
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Ancient churches of Ethiopia : fourth-fourteenth centuries
The kings of Aksum formally became Christian during the second quarter of the 4th century, making Ethiopia the second country in the world (after Armenia) officially to adopt the new faith. ThisExpand
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Zambian rock paintings
Abstract Zambian rock painting sites are described and evaluated, emphasis being placed on recently discovered material and on evidence for the establishment of regional stylistic sequences. RareExpand
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Aksum and the Northern Horn of Africa
Rich and varied sources are now available for reconstructing the past in Africa’s northern Horn. Results of archaeological investigation are supplemented from inscriptions, coinage, and from accountsExpand
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