Tracing The Route Of Emperor Tewodros II from Quara to Maqdala

by Tedla, Bantalem
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Tedla, Bantalem Tracing The Route Of Emperor Tewodros II from Quara to Maqdala
Tedla, Bantalem - Tracing The Route Of Emperor Tewodros II from Quara to Maqdala

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The asserted places where Emperor Tewodros II was born and led shifta life in Quara, attended his church education and achieved successive victories in Matama and Dembia, crowned as emperor at Derasgie, manufactured fire arms at Gafat, and committed suicide at Maqdala are some of the places of his memorials. However, references over viewed some of important subjects, such as the details of the source of raw materials used, the people involved and the technology implied in the manufacture of the firearms at Gafat and its transportation from Gafat to Maqdala. Many countries use architectural symbolism in memorial monuments, cultural projects, landscapes and institutions to commemorate individuals and groups. On the other hand, though significant battles were fought and huge sacrifices were made to defend the sovereignty of Ethiopia, many of the leaders and events are not well commemorated and some have been altered to suit changing political circumstances. Battle of Maqdala, at which Emperor Tewodros committed his dramatic suicide and Battle of Matama at which Emperor Yohannes IV was killed and beheaded, are among the significant sites denied due attentions.

Contributors

Author:
Tedla, Bantalem

Further information

Biography Artist:
Bantalem Tadesse Tedla - bakalawr istorii, magistr arheologii, diplom ob okonchanii aspirantury po izucheniü muzeew i naslediq.
Language:
English
Number of Pages:
144
Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
27 February 2019
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.009 m; 0.222 kg
GTIN:
09786139449316
DUIN:
J6SIBOG37LL
£48.16
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