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Agaw (African people)

LC control no.sh2018000932
LC classificationDT380.4.A35 Ethiopia
Topical headingAgaw (African people)
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Variant(s)Agau (African people)
Agew (African people)
Agow (African people)
Awawar (African people)
Awi (African people)
Awingi (African people)
Awiya (African people)
Damot (African people)
Kwollanyoch (African people)
Southern Agau (African people)
See alsoEthnology--Eritrea
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Found inWork cat.: 2015331471: YaʼAgaw hezbočenā yaZāguwé śerwa mangest tārik [=History of the Agaw people and the Zaguwe dynasty] (Agaw are an ethnic group in Ethiopia and Eritrea)
Encyclopedia Britannica WWW site, April 13, 2018 (Agau people; alternate forms: Agaw, Agew; an ethnic group in Ethiopia; speakers of Agau, a Cushitic language)
Historical Dictionary of Ethiopia WWW version, April 13, 2018: page 16 (Agaw people - approximately half million in Ethiopia: alternate forms: Agaw, Agew, Agow, Awi)
African ethnonyms, 1996: Agaw (in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia; variant name: Agau; Cushitic language)
Joshua Project WWW site, June 7, 2018: Awi in Ethiopia (alternate names: Agau, Agaw, Agew, Awawar, Awiya, Awngi, Damot, Kwollanyoch, Southern Agau)