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by Werner J Lange

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Werner J Lange
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Ethiopia (ca. 1800–1898) (Naples, 1981).

By Werner J. Lange (Veröffentlichungen des Frobenius Instituts: Studien zur Kulturkunde, 61). Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1982. 1978);Lewis, John Van . ‘Domestic labor intensity and the incorporation of Malian peasant farmers into localized descent groups’, American Ethnologist, viii, ii (1981). page 109 note 1 Triulzi, Alessandro, Salt, Gold and Legitimacy. Ethiopia (ca.

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Werner J. Lange, History of the Southern Gonga (Southwestern Ethiopia) (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner . Lange, History of the Southern Gonga (Southwestern Ethiopia) (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, 1982), p. 53. ^ Lange, p. 50. 55. ^ . Huntingford, The Galla of Ethiopia; the Kingdoms of Kafa and Janjero (London: International African Institute, 1955), p. 57. Coordinates: 7°30′N 37°10′E, . 00°N 3. 67°E, . 00; 3. 67. This Ethiopia location article is a stub.

The cool, moist, tropical highlands of southwest Ethiopia contrast dramatically with arid environments in the rest of the Horn of Africa

The cool, moist, tropical highlands of southwest Ethiopia contrast dramatically with arid environments in the rest of the Horn of Africa. Lange, History of the Southern Gonga (Southwestern Ethiopia) (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, 1982) . Encyclopedia Article. Ethiopia, Omo River, Kingdom of Janjero, Jimma Gibe River, Kingdom of Jimma. 5.

History of the southern Gonga (southwestern Ethiopia). Studien zur Kulturkunde, 6. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag. 47113, address {Wiesbaden}, author {Lange, Werner}, pages {348}, publisher {Franz Steiner Verlag}, series {Studien zur Kulturkunde}, title {History of the southern Gonga (southwestern Ethiopia)}, type {Book}, volume {61}, year {1982}, besttxt {ptxt2africalange southern-gonga1982 o.

Werner J. Lange, "History of the Southern Gonga (Southwestern Ethiopia)" (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, 1982) .

Werner Lange discusses the possibility that the kingdom of Garo had been a subsidiary part of Ennarea, in much the same way that Ennarea had been a part of the kingdom of Damot. By the reign of Yeshaq I, Garo had separated itself from Ennarea, and was a tributary state to Ethiopia; it may be the "Bosge" mentioned in the itineraries of Zorzi. In the 16th century, the Emperor Sarsa Dengel convinced the king to officially embrace Christianity.

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