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Athiopistische Forschungen, Bd. 66: Tradition and transformation: the Argobba of Ethiopia
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bibliog. This is followed by a chapter on the classical language of Ethiopia and Eritrea, Gә әz (ch. 66). Chapters on the modern North-Ethiopic languages Tigre and Tigrinya then follow (ch. 67 and ch. 68). In a chapter with a more sociolinguistic focus, the role of Tigrinya as a written language and a language of Eritrea is described (ch.
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indigenous traditions have achieved harmony, tolerance and co-existence that brought unity. and integration to the country. This, paper, therefore, tries to discuss the contribution of.
Islamic heritages in shaping and molding the historical and cultural developments of. modern Ethiopia from an archaeological perspective.