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- Ezana (Ge'ez: ዒዛና ‘Ezana, unvocalized ዐዘነ ‘zn; also spelled Aezana or Aizan) was ruler of the Kingdom of Axum, an ancient kingdom located in what is now...
- The Ezana Stone is an ancient stele still standing in modern day Axum, the centre of the ancient Kingdom of Aksum. This stone monument, that probably...
- King Ezana's Stele is an obelisk in the ancient city of Axum, in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The monument stands in the middle of the Northern Stelae...
- Ezana Kahsay (born 16 November 1994) is an Eritrean footballer who plays for Chełmianka Chełm of the Polish III liga, and the Eritrea national team. Kahsay...
- adopted Christianity as the state religion in the mid-4th century under Ezana of Axum. Following their Christianization, the Aksumites ceased construction...
- and though the first completely vocalized texts known are inscriptions by Ezana, vocalized letters predate him by some years, as an individual vocalized...
- stele erected in Axum was probably the so-called King Ezana's Stele, in the 4th century CE. King Ezana (c. 321 – c. 360), influenced by his childhood tutor...
- remain at the court and ****ist her in the education of the young heir, Ezana, and in the administration of the kingdom during the prince's minority....
- right after the Kingdom of Axum turned to Christianity during the reign of Ezana of Axum. According to modern Beta Israel tradition, their forefathers land...
- small, dates from 5000–2000 BCE. The empire was at its height under Emperor Ezana, baptized as Abreha in the 4th century (which was also when the empire officially...