Ethiopian daily news update 23 June 2020


This period of Ethiopian craftsmanship has been now and then depicted as time of "change" since fine arts created during the sixteenth century despite everything incorporate complex and iconographic components that are normal of the fifteenth century, while hinting advancements which will occur in the second 50% of the seventeenth century. In any case, all things considered, this depiction of change is material to most recorded periods, and is along these lines not especially accommodating. The craftsmanship created during the mid-Solomonic period mirrors the troublesome circumstance the nation was in. The act of adorning original copies with pictures and geometric themes declined significantly, and barely any crosses and places of worship have been unhesitatingly ascribed to the sixteenth century.

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