Aksum

Ancient Greek-influenced Semitic kingdom that flourished in the 1st-6th centuries AD and covered a large part of modern Ethiopia as well as the Sudan. The ruins of its capital, also called...
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Aksum

a powerful kingdom in northern Ethiopia during the early Christian era.[8 related articles]
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Aksum

ancient town in northern Ethiopia. It lies at an elevation of about 7,000 feet (2,100 m), just west of Adwa.[4 related articles]
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Aksum

Aksum or Axum (both: äksOOm') , town (1994 pop. 27,148), Tigray region, N Ethiopia. Aksum was the capital of an empire (c.1st–8th cent. A.D.) that controlled much of what is now N Ethiopia. In the 4th cent. the emperor Ezana was converted to Christianity, and today Aksum is a major ce...
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Aksum

Ancient Greek-influenced Semitic kingdom that flourished in the 1st–6th centuries AD and covered a large part of modern Ethiopia as well as the Sudan. The ruins of its capital, also called Aksum, lie northwest of Adwa, but the site has been developed as a modern city
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