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Sunday with EBS: Entewawekalen Wey

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The antiquated dialect of Geʿez had at this point lost its force and turned into a ritualistic dialect in which few individuals were altogether familiar. Amid the sixteenth century, Amharic, the primarily talked dialect, was starting to be utilized for abstract purposes, and Amharic articulations even showed up in regal narratives. Around 1600, by the by, a couple of considerable works in Geʿez showed up, including Hawi, a colossal philosophical reference book deciphered by Salik of Debre Libanos; a History by Johannes Madabbar, diocesan of Nikiu, containing a record of the Arab success of Egypt, profitable since the Arab unique has been lost; and Fetha Negast ("Justice of the Kings"), a gathering of group and common law. Geʿez verse (qene) thrived, at Gonder especially, in the eighteenth century and has since kept on being polished at numerous cloisters.

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