“We will cut Rivan of the Renaissance Dam in 2015” Dr. Abiy Ahmed


In this paper, the advancement of Christian Ethiopian craftsmanship is extensively separated into the eight time frames recorded underneath, however it must be remembered that the dates for the previous periods are still discussed, and we have restricted proof preceding the early Solomon period (1270-1527).This period takes its name from the city of Sum which had been the capital of Ethiopia for a few centuries before the transformation to Christianity of King Azana (who managed from c. 320–360) and filled in as capital for a few centuries after. While we can't preclude the likelihood that Christianity had been available in the nation preceding the change of this ruler, it is just beginning from this period that statements of particularly Christian convictions show up in the material record.

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