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3,000 years Ethiopia's history explained in less than 10 minutes


3,000 years Ethiopia's history explained in less than 10 minutes

3000 years Ethiopia's history explained in less than 10 minutes
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Ethiopia is home to some of the oldest settlements in the world. This cradle of mankind is a country born from legend and shrouded in mystery. Ethiopia is home to both Jews and Muslims. Find out more in Season 3, Episode 9, Secret Holy Land. #CitiesoftheUnderworld
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Betts, R. (1975). The False Dawn: European Imperialism in the Nineteenth Century. University of Minnesota.
Erlich, H. (1996). Ras Alula and the Scramble for Africa. Lawrenceville: Red Sea Press.
Lowe, C. J. (2002). Italian Foreign Policy 1870-1940. Routledge.
Pakenham, T. (1992). The Scramble for Africa: White Man’s Conquest of the Dark Continent from 1876 to 1912. New York: Perennial.
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Zeinab Badawi travels to the rarely visited country of Eritrea and neighbouring Ethiopia to chart the rise of the kingdom of Aksum.

Described as one of the four greatest civilisations of the ancient world Zeinab examines archaeological remains in both countries dating back many hundreds of years before our common era.

She explains how the kings of Aksum grew rich and powerful from their control of Red Sea trade and how they were one of the first civilisations in the world that officially embraced Christianity in the fourth century. Also find out why the Queen of Sheba and the secret of the Ark of the Covenant are so fundamental to Ethiopia’s history.


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In the northern highlands of Ethiopia stand 11 churches that the Ethiopian Orthodox Church says were built by angels. Scott Pelley reports.

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If churches were assessed by their risk factor, Abuna Yemata Guh would be our new Sistine Chapel. Perched 650 feet above a steep cliff in Northern Ethiopia, visitors face a 45-minute climb up the cliff’s vertical face in order to access the precariously positioned church. Dating back to the 5th century, history has it that its founder Father Yemata built the chapel to be closer to heavenly spirits; however, others claim it was a strategic move to avoid his enemies.

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Scientists use fossils to reconstruct the evolutionary history of hominins—the group that includes modern humans, our immediate ancestors, and other extinct relatives. Today, our closest living relatives are chimpanzees, but extinct hominins are even closer. Where and when did they live? What can we learn about their lives? Why did they go extinct? Scientists look to fossils for clues.

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3,000 years Ethiopia's history explained in less than 10 minutes

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How did Ethiopia survive the Scramble for Africa? (Short Animated Documentary)


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How Ethiopia Beat Colonialism | The Life & Times of Menelik II

But even before Italy got served at the Battle of Adwa, Menelik was a busy guy. Did anyone else know Ethiopia had its own Warring States period (Era of Princes / Zemene Mesafint)? Because I certainly didn't. And the fact that Tewodros did the initial unifying, was briefly succeeded by Yohanes IV, and only then Menelik took charge, I feel like Menelik's basically the Ethiopian version of Tokugawa Ieyasu. And what's up with this whole Solomonic dynasty?

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0:26 - Considering I've seen it written as Shoa in older sources, I'm 95% sure I mispronounced Shewa throughout this entire video

0:59 - In case you're wondering, the video on Menelik's TV is made by Bernadette Banner and can be found here:

1:10 - Using the Ethiopian terms, Menelik's Uncle Haile Mikael was made Shum of Shewa by Tewodros, whereas Menelik's father was Negus. Most other governors had the title of Ras.

1:21 - Tewodros' ginormous mortar was named Sebastopol and was even larger than shown here. The original is half-buried at Amba Mariam new his fortress capital of Magdala (the place where Tewodros killed himself following a defeat against the British) the replica used in the video is at the center of Tewodros Square in Addis Ababa

1:32 - More than Menelik's family, the nobles of Shewa who were upset at a non-royal being promoted abovethem were largely responsible for Menelik's return. The woman here is representing Queen Worqitu of Wollo

1:43 - If that's not the most magnificent crown you've ever laid eyes on, I don't know what is

1:50 - The audio coming from Menelik's off-screen TV is a celebration of Ethiopian New Year's

1:58 - Tewodros imprisoned a few British missionaries and representatives, which led to the British attacking Ethiopia and Tewodros' death. At some point after the battle someone must have thought it was a good idea to save some of his hair for posterity, because it ended up the National Army Museum in London until earlier this year when it was returned to Ethiopia

2:04 - The next guy here is Yohannes IV. There was actually a third guy in between Yohannes and Tewodros, but he isn't particularly noteworthy, only reigning for 3 years and without much control over the empire due to having several rivals

2:20 - The story also goes that Solomon's son with the Ethiopian Queen of Sheba, named Menelik I, ran off with the Ark of the Covenant. So it allegedly resides now in a church in the small city of Axum.

2:51 - Admittedly, many of those 5 million people who died over the course of 30 years did so as a result of the ensuing famine, but mass killings by the military were not uncommon

4:27 - Untitled Goose Game is going to date this episode, I can tell

4:31 - That currency being the Ethiopian Birr, which is now Ethiopia's official currency

4:36 - One of his wives as in he married and divorced several times, not as in a harem

0:00 Gétatchèw Mèkurya - Akalé Wubé
0:07 No clue, ask Cogito
0:20 Ethiopian Classical Music - Instrumental unknown title/composer
2:10 Michael Levy - Holy of Holies
2:25 Ethiopian Classical Music - Instrumental unknown title/composer
2:30 Noisestorm - Crab Rave
2:32 Ethiopian Classical Music - Instrumental unknown title/composer
3:12 Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G Minor (Op. 23 No. 5)
3:50 Blind Guardian - Battlefield (8 bit cover by YT channel Epic-NES-MEtal)
4:06 Gétatchèw Mèkurya - Akalé Wubé
4:44 Ethiopian National Anthem
4:53 Ethiopian Classical Music - Instrumental unknown title/composer

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While exploring a 700 year old monastery, Simon Reeve looks at Ethiopia's history of Christianity, the first Christian Kingdom in the world.
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If there were another city that should be included with Antioch, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Rome, and Byzantium, Ethiopia, should be right along side them. Today Eusebius of Nicomedia kicks off book 2 of his Church history with some important facts that when taken with Numbers chapter 12, Acts chapter 8, and the history of Ethiopia, reveal it was a much more important Country in the Christian faith.

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I can’t wait to see the Alt-Right and the Black Nationalists fight this one out in the comments. For the assholes on the Alt-Right who say black people can’t have empires, I reply “go fuck yourself”. The only things you need for empires are a large military and plenty of testosterone filled males. By the way, the discord is dead and will never live again.



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