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YaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo béta kerestiyān

LC control no.n 50076393
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Corporate name headingYaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo béta kerestiyān
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Variant(s)Ethiopic Church
Ethiopian Orthodox Church
Ethiopia Orthodox Tewahedo Church
Aithiopikē Ekklēsia
Kanīsat Athyūbiyā
YaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo bétakerestiyān
Orthodox Tewahedo Church
YaʼItyop̣yā béta kerestiyān
Church of Ethiopia
YaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo béta krestiyān
YaʼItyop̣yā ʼortodoks tawāḥedo bétakrestiyān
YaʼItyop̣yā béta krestiyān
Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church
Ethiopian Church
Mana Kiristaanaa Ortoodoksi Tawaahidoo Itoohpiyaatti
Orthodox Tewahdo Church (Ethiopia)
Tewahdo Church (Ethiopia)
Tewahdo Orthodox Church (Ethiopia)
Orthodox Tewahido Church (Ethiopia)
Ortodox Tewahido Church (Ethiopia)
Orthodox Täwaḥado Church (Ethiopia)
Associated countryEthiopia
Found inThe traditional interpretation of the Apocalypse of John in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, 1983: CIP t.p. (Ethiopian Orthodox Church)
Maedot means Passover, May 1983: t.p. (Ethiopia Orthodox Tawahedo Church)
Epitomos historia Syro-Iakovitikēs, Armenikēs, kai Aithiopikēs Ekklēsias, 1967: t.p. (Aithiopikē Ekklēsia)
ʻAbd al-Sayyid, A.S. al-Kanīsah al-Miṣrīyah al-Qibṭīyah wa-Kanīsat Athyūbiyā, 1855-1909, 1985: t.p. (Kanīsat Athyūbiyā)
The contribution of the Orthodox Tewahedo Church to the Ethiopian civilization, 1999.
Fāsikā, 1962 i.e. 1970: t.p. (YaʼItyop̣yā béta kerestiyān)
The Church of Ethiopia, 1970: cover (Ethiopian Orthodox Church)
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church, 2004.
The Ethiopian Church, 1968.
Luba Misganuu Aagasaa. Dubbii amantaa, 2011 or 2012: title page (Mana Kiristaanaa Ortoodoksi Tawaahidoo Itoohpiyaatti Qindeessaa fi Qajeelchaa Manneen Barnoota Sanbataa)
Reflections on the history of the Abyssinian Orthodox Tewahdo Church, 2017: ECIP data view (the Orthodox Tewahdo Church; the oldest institution in Abyssinia (mostly of modern-day Eritrea and Ethiopia); the Tewahdo Church) ECIP chapter 1 (The Orthodox Tewahdo Church of Abyssinia: Eritrea and Ethiopia; the Tewahdo Orthodox Church; the Ethiopian and Eritrean Tewahdo Churches have the same history, theology, lineage, liturgy, ritual, and are, for all intents and purposes, one Church; the Oriental Orthodox Christians in Eritrea are Habesha, Abyssians who "have everything in common with their brothers and sisters living in Ethiopia as far as their ancient history and literature, as well as their spiritual, liturgical, and monastic traditions...are concerned" (Chaillot, 2002); this author will therefore refer to the Tewahdo Churches of Ethiopia and Eritrea as the Tewahdo Church or the Abyssian Tewahdo Church)
The contribution of the Orthodox Tewahido Church to the Ethiopian civilization II, December 7, 2017: cover (Ortodox Tewahido Church)
Jewish cultural elements in the Ethiopian Orthodox Täwaḥado Church, 2020: ECIP title page (Orthodox Täwaḥado Church)
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