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The provinces of Eritrea existed since pre-Axumite times and became administrative provinces from Eritrea's incorporation as a colony of Italy until the conversion of the provinces into administrative regions. Many of the provinces had their own local laws since the 13th century.

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Provinces of Eritrea

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The provinces of Eritrea existed since pre-Axumite times and became administrative provinces from Eritrea's incorporation as a colony of Italy until the...

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Eritrea

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Eritrea (/ˌɛrɪˈtriːə/ ERR-ih-TREE-ə or /-ˈtreɪ-/ -⁠TRAY-; Tigrinya: ኤርትራ, romanized: Ertra, pronounced [ʔer(ɨ)trä] , officially the State of Eritrea is...

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Regions of Eritrea

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regions. At the time of independence in 1993 Eritrea was arranged into ten provinces. These provinces were similar to the nine provinces operating during...

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Provinces of Ethiopia

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in 1960. Eritrea was united with Ethiopia and made a 14th province in 1962. When the Derg took power in 1974 they relabelled the provinces as regions...

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Italian Eritrea

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Italian Eritrea (Italian: Colonia Eritrea, "Colony of Eritrea") was a colony of the Kingdom of Italy in the territory of present-day Eritrea. The first...

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History of Eritrea

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name relates to that of the Red Ocean, then called the Erythræan Sea, from the Greek for "red", ἐρυθρός, erythros. But earlier Eritrea was called Mdre Bahri...

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Afar people

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the Horn of Africa. They primarily live in the Afar Region of Ethiopia and in northern Djibouti, as well as the entire southern coast of Eritrea. The Afar...

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Eritreans in Italy

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Eritreans in Italy are residents of Italy who were born in Eritrea or are of Eritrean descent. According to the United Nations, there were 13,592 Eritrean...

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Eritrean Canadians

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many Eritreans who fled before Eritrea's independence had identified as or were considered Ethiopian. The following table lists Canadian provinces by their...

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Eritrea Province

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of Eritrea (Tigrinya: ኣውራጃ ኤርትራ, Arabic: مقاطعة إريتريا) was a province in the far north part of Ethiopia, with its capital city at Asmara. Eritrea gained...

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Football in Ethiopia

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before the formation of the EFF with regional leagues contested during the 1938/39 and 1939/40 seasons in the provinces of Eritrea, Harar, Amhara, Scioa...

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History of Ethiopia

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I's dissolution of the federation and shutting down the Eritrean parliament. The Emperor declared Eritrea the fourteenth province of Ethiopia in 1962...

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Negus

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title of the ruler of present-day central Eritrea). The military title "Meridazmatch" was initially used by the rulers of Shewa until the reign of Sahle...

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Regional Assemblies of Eritrea

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region. At the time of independence in 1993 Eritrea was arranged into ten provinces. These provinces were similar to the nine provinces operating during...

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Paulos Tzadua

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August 1921 in Addi-finié of Tsenadegle, Akeleguzay (Provinces of Eritrea), Eritrea. He studied in the Italian High School of Asmara and later he earned...

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Opposition to Haile Selassie

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redistribution and abolition of feudalism in the Ethiopian Empire. Other aspect includes the Eritrean War of Independence in 1962, seeking Eritrea autonomy from the...

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Independent Moslem League

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central and eastern provinces of Eritrea. Mohammed Omer Cadi was the president of the party. IML was initially a constituent of the Independence Bloc...

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Mereb Melash

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Bahr Melash was a semi-autonomous province located north of the Mareb River, in the Eritrean highlands (Kebassa) and some surrounding areas. Mereb Melash...

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Ethiopian Empire

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historically encompasses the geographical area of present-day Ethiopia and Eritrea from the establishment of the Solomonic dynasty by Yekuno Amlak approximately...

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Kniphofia

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KwaZulu-Natal, Cape Provinces Kniphofia sarmentosa (Andrews) Kunth - Cape Provinces Kniphofia schimperi Baker - Ethiopia, Eritrea Kniphofia splendida...

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Eritrean Catholic Eparchy of Keren

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The Eritrean Catholic Eparchy of Keren (Latin: Eparchia Kerensis) is a Roman Catholic eparchy centred in the city of Keren in Eritrea. It is a suffragan...

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Convolvulus farinosus

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farinosus is a species of plant in the family Convolvulaceae. It is native to sub-Saharan Africa. "Convolvulus farinosus L. | Plants of the World Online |...

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Eritrea Governorate

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were populated mostly by ethnic Eritreans. In 1938 the Eritrea governorate was divided in 13 "commissariati" (provinces) Commissariato dell'Acchelè Guzai...

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Tigrayans

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and Tigre (in Eritrea commonly called Tigrayit), another East African Semitic language spoken by the Tigre as well as many Beja of Eritrea and Sudan. Tigrinya...

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Tigray Province

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serving as the state border to Eritrea (formerly Eritrea Province), bordering Amhara region in the south. The great majority of inhabitants were Orthodox Christians...

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