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Within the kingdom itself, the power of the king over his vassal chiefs, his army, and his wealth tremendously increased. The literary re-awakening of the Church led to the revival of monasticism and brought in a series of reform movements initiated by the new monastic leaders of the country.

Of much greater importance to the history of the whole area of the Horn of Africa was the rapid expansion of the territorial limits of the Christian kingdom, and the evangelization of many of the conquered areas.

These outward movements of expansion of both Church and State were most active in the reigns of 'Amde-Siyon and Yishaq , who were the most outstanding military leaders of the kingdom in the whole of our period.

Their campaigns pushed the Christian frontiers far into the heart of the Muslim dominated areas beyond the Awash in the east, the rich Sidama country between the left bank of the Abbay and the lake region of the rift valley in the south, and the Agew and Felasha country consisting of Goojam and what is today the Province of Begemdir in the west and in the north-west.

The literary and religious activities of Zer'a-Ya'qob were essentially an attempt to etsabilize the manifold conquests of his predecessors, and to give sound institutional bases for both church and State in the whole of the Christian Empire. The relatively radical programmes which he rigorously put to effect during his reign were not continued by his successors, and with the reigns of a series of minor kings the diverse regional and religious interests fully reasserted themselves.

The absence of a strong, xinited leadership for half a century following Be'ide-Maryam's reign sapped the Christian kingdom of much of its political and military strength, and led in the end to the brilliant successes of Ahmad ibn Ibrahim, otherwise known as Gragn. PhD thesis. Advanced search Previous page Find:. Abstract The thirteenth century ushered in an active development in both Church and State in the Christian kingdom of Ethiopia, The process had already started in the Zagwe period, but it was considerably intensified with the rise of the new dynasty founded by Yikunno-'Amlak in Identifier Taddesse, Tamrat Church and state in Ethiopia,

Church and state in Ethiopia, 1270-1527

Advanced search Previous page Find: experts publications organisations all Title Church and state in Ethiopia, This development manifested itself in various ways in the period with which the present study is concerned. Within the kingdom itself, the power of the king over his vassal chiefs, his army, and his wealth tremendously increased. The literary re-awakening of the Church led to the revival of monasticism and brought in a series of reform movements initiated by the new monastic leaders of the country. Of much greater importance to the history of the whole area of the Horn of Africa was the rapid expansion of the territorial limits of the Christian kingdom, and the evangelization of many of the conquered areas. These outward movements of expansion of both Church and State were most active in the reigns of 'Amde-Siyon and Yishaq , who were the most outstanding military leaders of the kingdom in the whole of our period.

Robert O. Collins, Taddesse Tamrat. Church and State in Ethiopia, — Oxford Studies in African Affairs. New York: Oxford University Press.

After the historical name of the Lasta province. The name of the dynasty is thought to derive from the ancient Ge'ez phrase Ze- Agaw , meaning "opponent", in reference to the Mara Tekle Hymanote, the founder of the dynasty. David Buxton has stated that the area under the direct rule of the Zagwe kings "probably embraced the highlands of modern Eritrea and the whole of Tigray , extending southwards to Waag , Lasta and Wollo province and thence westwards towards Lake Tana Begemder. Around , Queen Gudit destroyed the remnants of the Kingdom of Aksum , causing a shift in its temporal power centre that later regrouped more to the south. For 40 years she ruled over what remained of the kingdom, eventually passing on the throne to her descendants. According to other Ethiopian traditional accounts, the last of her dynasty was overthrown by Mara Takla Haymanot in


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Taddesse, Tamrat Church and state in Ethiopia, PhD thesis. The thirteenth century ushered in an active development in both Church and State in the Christian kingdom of Ethiopia, The process had already started in the Zagwe period, but it was considerably intensified with the rise of the new dynasty founded by Yikunno-'Amlak in This development manifested itself in various ways in the period with which the present study is concerned.

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    s. 1. CHURCH AND STATE IN ETHIOPIA. ~ TADDESSE TAMRAT. A Thesis submitted for the degree of Ph.D. in the University of. London, February.

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