Gebre

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Sebhat Aregawi
... Menilik II, was reported to have promised Agame to Gebre Selassie, which would have made Gebre Selassie the most powerful ruler in Tigray ... Disturbed by the rumor, Sebhat used Gebre Selassie's friendship with the Italians to arouse suspicions in Addis Ababa, claiming that Selassie was entriguing with the Italians with the intention of defying Iyasu ... Without investigating the basis of the accusations, Iyasu ordered Gebre Selassie to the capital to explain his position ...
Gebre Krestos Of Ethiopia
... Gebre Krestos (Ge'ez ገብረ ክሪስቶስ, "Servant/Slave of Christ") was nəgusä nägäst (24 March 1832 – 8 June 1832) of Ethiopia ... He was the son of Gebre Mesay, allegedly a descendant of a younger son of Emperor Fasilides ... Ali II an Oromo princeling of the district of Yejju but shortly afterwards Ali II deposed Gebre Krestos in favor of his brother Sahle Dengel ...
Theodor Gebre Selassie - Club Career
... Gebre Selassie began his football career in 1992, developing within the Czech youth system ... As his family placed great importance on education, Gebre Selassie later almost abandoned football altogether to concentrate on a university degree ... Gebre Selassie subsequently had a brief stint with Slavia Prague in the 2007–08 season, during which he won the Gambrinus liga title ...
Gebre Hanna - Life
... Gebre Hanna was born in Fogera, a district on the eastern shore of Lake Tana, and his interest in religious learning brought him to the city of Gondar towards the ... While at Baeta Maryam, Aleqa Gebre Hanna invented a new style of religious dancing, known as Ya-Takla after his son ... As Levine describes Aleqa Gebre Hanna's innovation In the traditional style of aquaquam, the bodies and sticks of the dancers move up and down, punctuating the flow of chant with ...
Yoseph Gebre
... Yoseph Gebre (Amharic ዮሴፍ ገብሬ/ጆሲ ገብሬ?) (born June 16, 1981 in Dilla, Ethiopia), also spelled Yosef Gebre, is an Ethiopian singer ...