Islamic History and Culture in Southern Ethiopia: Collected Essays
Studies on Islam in Ethiopia have long been neglected although Islam is the religious confession of almost half of the Ethiopian population. The essays focus on the following topics: Islamic Principalities in Southeast Ethiopia between the 13th and 16th Century * Notes on the Islamization and the Muslim Shrines of the Harar Plateau * The Sanctuary of Shaikh Husayn and the Oromo-Somali Connections in Bale * The Islamization of the Arsi-Oromo; Medieval Muslim Survivals as a Stimulating Factor in the Re-Islamization of Southeastern Ethiopia. The essays are based on the study of written records and on field research in southern parts of the country carried out during the first half of the 1970s.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
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19th century Adal Adalite Addis Ababa Africa Ahmad al-cUmari al-DTn Alaba Amhara ancestors Annajina Arabic Argobba Arsi Arsi-Oromo Arsiland Awaš Bale Beckingham and Huntingford Braukamper 1980 cAbd called cAmda Carcar Cerulli chapter Christian empire chronicle clans cult cultural Cushitic Cushitic-speaking Dawaro district djihad documented east eastern Emperor escarpment Ethiopian empire Ethiopian Studies ethnic expansion Fandaano Fatagar folk religion Futuh gada Galla Gänz Gaudefroy-Demombynes genealogies geographical groups Gurage Haberland 1963 Hadiyya Hadiyya-Sidama Harāla Harar Harār Plateau highlands historical Horn of Africa Huntingford 1954 inhabitants Islam Ittu Kambata Lake Zway Makrizi mentioned Merca missionary Muhammad Muslim northeast northern Nür Husayn oral traditions origin Oromo Orthodox Christianity pagan Paulitschke Perruchon 1893 political population province Qabena region religion religious Rift Valley Rinck saints Salviac sanctuary Sarka Shaikh Husayn shrine Sidama situation sixteenth century Somali southeast Ethiopia southern Ethiopia sultanate territory Trimingham 1965 Wabi Yifat YTfat Zar'a Zayla