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by Professor Emeritus of Semitic Languages and of Ethiopian Studies Edward Ullendorff

eBook From Emperor Haile Selassie to H.J. Polotsky: An Ethiopian and Semitic Miscellany (Untersuchungen Uber Das Spar-, Giro- Und Kreditwesen) download ISBN: 344703615X
Author: Professor Emeritus of Semitic Languages and of Ethiopian Studies Edward Ullendorff
Publisher: Harrassowitz (January 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 193
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From Emperor Haile Selassie to .

From Emperor Haile Selassie to . The Two Zions: Reminiscences of Jerusalem and Ethiopia Nov 10, 1988. by Edward Ullendorff. An Ethiopian and Semitic miscellany. Äthiopistische Forschungen, Band 4. pp. xix, 192, illus.

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Edward Ullendorff FBA (1920–2011) was a British scholar and historian. Born on 25 January 1920 in Zurich, Switzerland, Ullendorff was educated at the Graues Kloster in Berlin, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and the University of Oxford

International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies.

International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal’s published version of the work (for example, post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), provided that ‘Aethiopica’ is acknowledged as the original place of publication. Authors grant ‘Aethiopica’ commercial rights to produce hardcopy volumes of the journal for sale to libraries and individuals, as well as to integrate the work, its title, and its abstract in databases, abstracting and indexing services, and other similar information sources.

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From Emperor Haile Selassie to H. J. Polotsky Collected Papers IV: An Ethiopian and Semitic Miscellany. Simon Hopkins, "Bibliography of the Writings of Professor Edward Ullendorff", in: Journal of Semitic Studies XXXIV/2 (1989), pp. 253–289

From Emperor Haile Selassie to H. From the Bible to Enrico Cerulli A Miscellany of Ethiopian and Semitic Papers. Hebraic- Jewish Elements in Abyssinian (Monophysite) Christianity (1956). 253–289. Dina Ullendorff, "Bibliography of the Writings of Professor Edward Ullendorff (1988-99)", in: Journal of Semitic Studies XLV/1 (2000), pp. 131–136. Northeast African Studies. Vol. 12, No. 1, 2012, pp. 309–310.

By Edward Ullendorff. Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz Verlag, 1995. DM 158. Getatchew Haile. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 September 2009.

ISBN 9783447036153 (978-3-447-03615-3) Hardcover, Harrassowitz, 1995. Stefan Strelcyn, 1918-81 (Memorial of Fellows of the British Academy).

Haile Selassie is one of the most bizarre and misunderstood figures in 20th-century history, alternately worshipped and mocked .

Haile Selassie is one of the most bizarre and misunderstood figures in 20th-century history, alternately worshipped and mocked, idolised and marginalised. Yet for all the dizzying Semitic connections, Asserate reminds us, Ethiopia converted to Christianity in the fourth century AD, when the Ark of the Covenant was allegedly transferred there from southern Egypt.