Former province in Ethiopia
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Location of Arsi within the Ethiopian Empire
Arsi Province (Amharic: አርሲ) was a province of Ethiopian Empire with its capital at Asella. Historically a part of the Emirate of Harar until its invasion by Menelik and subsequent incorporation into modern Ethiopia. The province was reduced to a Zone of the Oromia Region with the adoption of the new constitution in 1995. In more ancient times, the region is seemingly related to the Harla. 
Both the Zone and the former province are occupied by the Arsi Oromo, who inhabit both the former Bale and Arsi provinces.
Hirsch, Bertrand. The Harla: archeology and memory of the giants of Ethiopia. French center for Ethiopian studies.
Arsi Province (Amharic: አርሲ) was a province of Ethiopian Empire with its capital at Asella. Historically a part of the Emirate of Harar until its invasion...
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Arsi Oromo is an ethnic Oromo branch, inhabiting the Arsi, West Arsi and Bale Zones of the Oromia Region of Ethiopia, as well as in the Adami Tullu and...
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Arsi may refer to: Arsi Province, a former province of Ethiopia Arsi Zone, a zone within the Oromia region of Ethiopia Arsi Mountains National Park in...
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Mohammed was born on 12 May 1986 in the Dhumuga,
Arsi Province bordering Hararghe. His father was Arsi Oromo, of Muslim faith, while his mother was Tulama...
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first woman to hold the mayorship since it was created in 1910. Born in
Arsi Province, Adanech has little familial disclosure. According to her Education...
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Asella Airport (IATA code ALK). Asalla was the capital of
Arsi Province until that province was demoted to a Zone of Oromia with the adoption of the 1995...
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present-day Somalia and to south of eastern Ethiopia including the
Arsi Province. Harar also dominated trade in Shewa. Harar's influence began shrinking...
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Province, northeast by French Somaliland and Somaliland, and on the east by Somalia. Originally however Hararghe included the Sidamo, Bale and Arsi Province...
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were ultimately defeated in 1886. In the 1940s some
Arsi Oromo together with people from Bale province joined the Harari Kulub movement, an affiliate of...
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grew up tending cattle in the village of Bekoji in the highlands of
Arsi Province, the same village as Kenenisa Bekele. She is the cousin of Ejegayehu...
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passed through that port. Coffee plantations were also developed in
Arsi Province at the same time and were eventually exported by means of the Addis...
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winner of the marathon race at the 2000 Summer Olympics. Born in Etya,
Arsi Province, Gezahegne's first international competition was the 1999 Los Angeles...
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Personal details Born (1968-07-16) 16 July 1968 (age 54) Shashemene,
Arsi Province, Ethiopian Empire (now Oromia Region, Ethiopia) Political party Oromo...
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position by Alemayehu Atomsa. Abadula Gemeda was born Minase Woldegiorgis in
Arsi Zone, Oromia Region, on 5 July 1958. The name Abadula Gemeda is a pseudonym...
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Personal information Born (1973-04-18) 18 April 1973 (age 49) Asella,
Arsi Province, Ethiopian Empire Height 1.64 m (5 ft 5 in) Weight 54 kg (119 lb) Sport...
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distance runner of all time. Kenenisa Bekele was born in 1982 at Bekoji,
Arsi Zone, the same town as the Dibaba sisters (Ejegayehu, Tirunesh and Genzebe)...
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with the Emperor; most likely over money. As result, he was exiled to
Arsi Province. In 1935, during the Second Italo-Ethiopian War, Ayalew Birru returned...
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and her cousin Derartu Tulu. Tirunesh was born in the village of Bekoji,
Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region and the fourth of six children. She is of Oromo...
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water baths in Ambo town. In 1952 he was appointed Governor-General of
Arsi Province, serving until 1955. As governor he initiated the provision of potable...
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Ejegayehu Dibaba is an Ethiopian long-distance runner from the high-altitude
Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region. She is the third child of six. Her younger sisters...
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Genzebe Dibaba is a member of the Oromo ethnic group from the high altitude
Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region and comes from an athletic family. Her older sister...
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1994 – April 2012 Personal details Born (1961-02-19)February 19, 1961
Arsi Province, Ethiopian Empire Education Addis Ababa University (BSc) University...
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Arsi Province, and completed the conquest that his nephew had begun the year before. The conquest was infamous for its slaughter of the Arsi Oromo...
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Gezahegne Abera, Ethiopian Olympic champion marathon runner; in Etya,
Arsi Province, Ethiopia Papy Lukata Shumu, Congolese footballer; in Kinshasa, Zaire...
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between the forces of Ras Darge Sahle Selassie of Shewa and a force of
Arsi Oromo. It was part of a broader series of expansion campaigns done under...
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Arsi Bale was created as a 13th province when it was split off from Harrarghe in 1960. Eritrea was reunited with Ethiopia and made a 14th province in...
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