What happened to Teddy Yo On the recording of his music clip?


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Interview with artist Teddy Yo. What happened to Teddy Yo On the recording of his music clip? The story of one historian's search in Ethiopia to find the Ark of the Covenant An object is kept in a chapel in the old crenelated church of Mary of Zion in Aksum, Ethiopia, that emperors, patriarchs, and priests have assured the world is the most important religious relic of all time: The Ark of the Covenant. The Quest for the Ark of the Covenant promises to settle the mystery of the Ark in Aksum once and for all.

 

Are the legends true? Or is this story a monumental deception? In a triumph of historical detective work, acclaimed Ethiopia expert Stuart Munro-Hay traces the extraordinary legend of Ethiopia's Ark through ancient texts, local stories, from the Bible, and from the writings of sixteenth and seventeenth-century Jesuits up to modern times, before he reaches his conclusions.

 

His work, always readable, delves deeply into all aspects of Ethiopia's ancient history. It can be read with profit alike by the scholar, the "ordinary reader" and the tourist intent on unraveling the mysteries of the beautiful Ethiopian wonderland." --Richard Pankhurst, Director Emeritus, Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa "Munro Hay is one of the foremost academic authorities of the region's history and culture..."--African Business "This is a highly interesting book, providing a valuable and up-to-date account of the state of knowledge concerning all the major sites of the country." --Dr. Patrick Gilkes, journalist and author of A Modern History of Ethiopia

 

Although Amharic is the national language of Ethiopia and English is its international language, until the publication of this book in hardcover there was no concise Amharic-English, English-Amharic dictionary. Students of Amharic as well as visitors to Ethiopia and foreign workers will benefit from this concise dictionary with phonetic transcriptions that allow for its use by those unfamiliar with Amharic script.

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