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Hamasien (ሓማሴን) is a historical province including and surrounding the Eritrean capital named Asmara. Hamassien province had a population of 623,000 people in 1984 and an area of 4,400 km2.[1] In 1996 the province was divided and distributed amongst the modern Maekel, Debub, Northern Red Sea, Gash-Barka, and Anseba regions.

Hamasien's population predominantly follow Oriental Orthodox Christianity and are members of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church, with a considerable minority from the Sunni Muslim, Roman Catholic, and Lutheran communities. Hamasien was politically influential within the Eritrean highlands, in Eritrea and the whole region.

  1. ^ Adugna, Aynalem(1984) The spatial pattern in the Ethiopian population, p.200, Durham theses, Durham University

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Hamasien

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Hamasien (ሓማሴን) is a historical province including and surrounding the Eritrean capital named Asmara. Hamassien province had a population of 623,000 people...

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Ethiopia

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Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta Mai-Tsade Tembien Tigray Tselemt Salowa Semada Serae Shewa...

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Solomon

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Solomon and gave birth beside the Mai Bella stream in the province of Hamasien, Eritrea. The Ethiopian tradition has a detailed account of the affair...

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Regions of Eritrea

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capital of Eritrea), Akele Guzay, Anseba, Barka, Denkalia, Gash-Setit, Hamasien, Sahel, Semhar and Seraye. These provinces were similar to the nine provinces...

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Eritrea

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fell under the Medri Bahri kingdom, with a smaller region being part of Hamasien. The creation of modern-day Eritrea is a result of the incorporation of...

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Woldemichael Solomon

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Woldemichael Solomon (Tigrinya: ወልደሚካኤል ሰሎሙን) served as the Ras (Duke) Hamasien during the 19th century. Raesi Woldemichael was born in Hazega village...

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Provinces of Eritrea

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These eight provinces are enumerated below: Akele Guzay Barka Denkalia Hamasien Sahel Semhar Senhit Seraye After independence, the Provisional Government...

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Ethiopian Empire

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War, decisively beating the Egyptian forces at the Battle of Gundet, in Hamasien. In 1887 Menelik king of Shewa invaded the Emirate of Harar after his victory...

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Abune Antonios

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12 July 1927 in the town of Hembrti, north of Asmara in the province of Hamasien. He was ordained priest in 1942, and later elected Abbot in 1955. When...

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Werner Munzinger

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Wylde, he married a woman of Hamasien and convinced one of the local warlords, Wolde Mikael, to cede the province of Hamasien to France. Munzinger sailed...

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Tigray Region

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1633–34, states that the "Reino de Tigr" (Kingdom of Tigray) extended from Hamasien to Temben, from the borders of Dankel to the Adwa mountain. He also stated...

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Sembrouthes

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inscription in Ancient Greek that was found at Dekemhare (ደቀምሓረ ድንበዛን), Hamasien in modern-day Eritrea, which is dated to his 24th regnal year. Sembrouthes...

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Italo Vassallo

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a former footballer for the Ethiopian team. Vassallo made his debut at Hamasien where he won the Ethiopian First Division for the first time in 1957. When...

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Nebahne Yohannes

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was supported by Tige, a former Ras Bitwoded, who had been imprisoned in Hamasien but managed to escape to his kindred Oromo where he raised an army. Bruce...

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Solomonic dynasty

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Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta Mai-Tsade Tembien Tigray Tselemt Salowa Semada Serae Shewa...

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Chewa regiments

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Dejazmatch Hailu Teweldemedhin, Tewodros II's shum of Hamasien...

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Habesha peoples

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Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta Mai-Tsade Tembien Tigray Tselemt Salowa Semada Serae Shewa...

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Yohannes IV

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the Mareb. He defeated the governors of Selewa and Kilte Awulaelo. In Hamasien, däjazmač Haylu Tewolde Medhen, who contemplated resistance, was confined...

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Semitic languages

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the highland part of Eritrea (the provinces of Akkele Guzay, Serae and Hamasien, where the capital of the state, Asmara, is situated). Outside of this...

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Horn of Africa

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Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta Mai-Tsade Tembien Tigray Tselemt Salowa Semada Serae Shewa...

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History of Eritrea

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Ethiopia). With its capital at Debarwa, the state's main provinces were Hamasien, Serae and Akele Guzai. In 1879, Medri Bahri was annexed by Ras Alula,...

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Sultanate of Aussa

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Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta Mai-Tsade Tembien Tigray Tselemt Salowa Semada Serae Shewa...

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Tsazega

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ጸዓዘጋ) is a village in Central Eritrea located in the former province of Hamasien. It is 5.6 miles (9 km) north-west from the capital city, Asmara. It is...

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Hazega

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Eritrea located in the Maekel/Central Region or the former province of Hamasien. It is located approximately 10 mi (16 km) north-west from the capital...

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Tigrayans

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and grammatically from place to place, are more broadly classified as Hamasien (Eritrean) or Tigray (Ethiopian) dialects. No dialect appears to be accepted...

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Medri Bahri

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Ethiopia, The highlands (Tigrinya: ከበሳ) of what is now Eritrea including Hamasien and Seraye. To strengthen the imperial presence in Medri Bahri, Zara Yaqob...

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Sabagadis Woldu

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of Eritrea by 1818. His rule also extended to the Eritrean highlands (Hamasien, Akele Guzay, and Seraye). Of Irob descent, Dejazmatch Sabagadis was the...

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Battle of Gura

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Date 7–9 March 1876 (2 days) Location Gura, Hamasien, Eritrea (Mareb Melash region) Result Ethiopian victory...

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1957 African Cup of Nations squads

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Mechal SC 2DF Girmaye Fikre Mariam GS Hamasien 2DF Amanuel Kidane Mariam GS Hamasien 2DF Mohammed Ibrahim GS Hamasien 2DF Mekouria Kebede Asfaw 3MF Samuel...

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Abram Petrovich Gannibal

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is now Eritrea". N. Ismailov posits that the Logon was located in the "Hamasien Eritrean plateau" (see Pankhurst, 1961, p. 423). Yosief (2000, pp. 36–40)...

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Ajuran Sultanate

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Amhara Angot Bahr Begemder Bugna Delanta Dembela Enderta Entitcho Gheralta Hamasien Haramat Lasta Mai-Tsade Tembien Tigray Tselemt Salowa Semada Serae Shewa...

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Ras Alula

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these skills at the moment, for Ras Woldemichael Solomon was in revolt in Hamasien; Alula was promoted to Ras and sent to deal with this unruly aristocrat...

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Italian Eritrea

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kingdom—recognized the Italian occupation of his rivals' lands of Bogos, Hamasien, Akkele Guzay, and Serae in exchange for guarantees of financial assistance...

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Woldemichael

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Woldemichael Solomon (1820–1906), Ras (Prince) of the Medri Bahri kingdom and Hamasien Yared Woldemichael (born 1968), Ethiopian boxer Woldemariam Wolde (disambiguation)...

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Zemene Mesafint

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of the rest of the regions – Qwara, Gojjam, Wollo, Semien, Tigray up to Hamasien, Wag and the like – was rather restricted to the power of making them pay...

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Eritrean War of Independence

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47 0 4,472 Denkalia 25,907 91 29 26,027 Gash-Setit 73,236 270 0 73,506 Hamasien 76,654 59 3 76,716 Akkele Guzay 92,465 147 22 92,634 Sahel 51,015 141 31...

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Adi Tekelezan

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Tigrinya, ዓዲ ተከሌዛን in Tigre and Arabic, عدي تيكلزان) is a small town in the Hamasien region of Eritrea. It is located on the route between Asmara and Keren...

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Abuna Atnatewos II

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supported Emperor Yohannes' campaign against the Egyptian attempt to annex Hamasien. It is reported that Abuna Atnatewos was wounded at the Battle of Gura...

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Akele Guzai

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from that of Western Tigray (Shire, Axum, Yeha), Central Eritrea (Serae, Hamasien, and Adulis), and frontier areas in northern Eritrea and Central Ethiopia...

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Agame

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from that of Central Tigray (Shire, Axum, Yeha), Central Eritrea (Seraye, Hamasien, Akele Guzai and Adulis), and frontier areas in northern Eritrea. Agame...

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British expedition to Abyssinia

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French government responded with demands on behalf of a Lazarist mission in Hamasien, at the edge of Tewodros's realm; they were the only country known to have...

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Asmara Calcio

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of the remaining teams were renamed. GS Seraie became GS Mendefera, GS Hamasien became GS Asmara, and GS Akeleguzai became GS Amabasoira. Asmara italiana...

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Debarwa

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immediate hinterlands, but at times their raids would reach into the Bogos, Hamasien and Habab districts of Eritrea. In 1576 the Ethiopian Emperor Sarsa Dengel...

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Sarsa Dengel

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advanced inland to take Debarwa again. The Turks defeated the governor of Hamasien who fled to Tigray. Upon hearing this, Sarsa Dengel mobilized his forces...

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Aman Andom

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Appointed by Haile Selassie Personal details Born 21 June 1924 Tsazega, Hamasien, Italian Eritrea Died 23 November 1974(1974-11-23) (aged 50) Addis Ababa...

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