Letters from Ethiopian Rulers: Early and Mid-Nineteenth Centuryby David L. Appleyard (Translator), Richard K. Pankhurst, A. K. Irvine, Richard Pankhurst (Annotations)
The first half of the nineteenth century saw the beginning of diplomatic communication between the rulers of Ethiopia and European governments, notably the British government. This collection contains twenty-nine letter, including the earliest surviving missive from an Ethiopian ruler to the British government, with reporductions of the original documents, detailed annotations, and helpful introductions.
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