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Location of Begemder within the Ethiopian Empire
Guzara royal castle; built by Emperor Minas in 1560

Begemder (Amharic: በጌምድር; also known as Gondar or Gonder) was a province in northwest Ethiopia. The alternative names come from its capital during the 20th century, Gondar.

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Begemder

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Begemder (Amharic: በጌምድር; also known as Gondar or Gonder) was a province in northwest Ethiopia. The alternative names come from its capital during the...

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Negus

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bestowed on governors of the most important provinces (kingdoms): Gojjam, Begemder, Wello, Tigray and the seaward kingdom, (where the variation Bahri Negasi...

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Gugsa Welle

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poet, great lover of books, and pious and fair in the administration of Begemder." Taytu Betul arranged the marriage of Gugsa Welle to Leult Zewditu, the...

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Battle of Anchem

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eastern Tigre, Dejazmach Ayalew Birru from Semien, and Ras Gugsa Welle from Begemder were called upon. Gugsa Welle and others were unhappy with the rise of...

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Ethiopia

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Christian kingdoms and Empires Ambassel Agame Akkele Guzay Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta...

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Gondar

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served as the capital of both the Ethiopian Empire and the subsequent Begemder Province. The city holds the remains of several royal castles, including...

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Amhara Region

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Ethiopian Empire, Amhara included several provinces (such as Dembiya, Gojjam, Begemder, Angot, Wollo, Shewa and Lasta), most of which were ruled by native Ras...

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Provinces of Ethiopia

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to indicate locations within Ethiopia. These include: Agame Agawmeder Begemder Dawaro Dembiya Enderta Fatagar Hadiya Ifat Lasta Menz Qwara Semien Tembien...

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Ali II of Yejju

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Ali II of Yejju (c. 1819 – c. 1866) was Ras of Begemder and the de facto ruler of the Ethiopian Empire. He was a member of a powerful Oromo dynasty known...

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Horn of Africa

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Christian kingdoms and Empires Ambassel Agame Akkele Guzay Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta...

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Iyoas I

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nobles of the reign, Ras Wolde Leul her brother, Waragna, Ayo governor of Begemder, and Ras Mikael Sehul. One handicap with this tactic of ruling through...

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Battle of Zari

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the ensuing battle along with numerous Azmachs such as the governors of Begemder, Gojjam, and Hamasien. This devastating loss led to the complete withdrawal...

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Nobility

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Negus ("king") which was held by hereditary governors of the provinces of Begemder, Shewa, Gojjam, and Wollo. The next highest seven titles were Ras, Dejazmach...

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Oromo people

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supporters and settled various Oromo groups throughout much of Gojjam and Begemder. Under Susenyos's successors, many Oromos would continue to rise to positions...

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Haile Selassie

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to power he defeated Ras Gugsa Welle Bitul (nephew of Empress Taytu) of Begemder at the Battle of Anchem in 1928. He was a member of the Solomonic dynasty...

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Atse Baeda Maryam

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Wolde Gabriel, the son of Ras Mikael Sehul, who was opposed to Ras Ali of Begemder. Joined by Ras Haile Yosadiq and Dejazmach Gebre Masqal, Wolde Gabriel...

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Welle Betul

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an Ethiopian military commander under Emperor Menelik II, the ruler of Begemder, and the younger brother of Empress Taytu Betul. Welle Betul's was the...

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Zagwe dynasty

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Eritrea, Tigray, Wag and Bete Amhara and thence westwards towards Lake Tana (Begemder)." Unlike the practice of later rulers of Ethiopia, Taddesse Tamrat argues...

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Mentewab

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Lasta and Begameder 1764-1768, son of Dejazmach Ayo, sometime Governor of Begemder; married (third) 1769, Ras Mikael Sehul Hezqiyas, sometime Viceroy of the...

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Achille Starace

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prepared to advance over rough tracks to seize Gondar, the capital of Begemder Province. Before setting out, "the Panther Man" (L'uomo pantera) gave the...

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Beta Abraham

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were the descendants of those who emigrated from the Fogera region in the Begemder province to Shewa. Isenberg also mentioned that when he spoke with an Ethiopian...

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Aster Aweke

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Melbourne, Australia. Background information Born 1959 (age 64–65) Gondar, Begemder Province, Ethiopian Empire (now Amhara Region, Ethiopia) Origin Gondar...

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Menelik II

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submission of the local officials in Lasta, Yejju, Gojjam, Wollo, and Begemder. Menelik II is argued to be the founder of modern Ethiopia. Before Menelik's...

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Hirut Desta

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the widow of General Nega Tegegn, who was governor of the provinces of Begemder and Semien. She was described by Nathaniel T. Kenney as a "trim, most democratic...

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Kubar

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whereas Enno Littmann believed that it was located in the province of Begemder. Uhlig, Siegbert. Encyclopaedia Aethiopica: He-N - Volume 3. p. 278. Taddesse...

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Gugsa of Yejju

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Gugsa of Yejju (died 23 May 1825) was a Ras of Begemder (circa 1798 until his death), and Inderase (regent) of the Emperor of Ethiopia. According to Nathaniel...

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Amha Selassie

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in Ethiopia. He briefly served as acting governor of the provinces of Begemder and Tigray, retaining Wollo the entire time. He was eventually remarried...

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