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Dejazmach Zewde Gabre-Sellassie was born on October 14, 1927 to Dejazmach Gabre-Sellassie Barya and Weizero (later Princess) Wolete Israel Seyoum in the town of Geldu in the district of Mecha, Ethiopia. His father's death when he was just three years old was a turning point. After the marriage of his mother to Crown Prince Asfa Wossen in May 1932, he joined his mother and travelled to Desse, the capital city of Wollo. Although only five years old, according to the old custom befitting his status, he was required to keep his own household and act as a figure-head to the thirty of more men of his father's attendants and members of his household who had accompanied him to Desse. He recalls how he visited his mother and step-father every Sunday.

In May 1936, he joined his mother and the Imperial family and boarded a train on their way to exile. They arrived in Jerusalem and there, he resumed his studies. During this time, the Ethiopian community in Jerusalem had become large due to the war in Ethiopia. The young Zewde was to encouter many influential statesmen and historical figures at very close proximity. He recalls that he would regularly act as a messenger boy, and buy the Jerusalem Post and translate to them in Amharic. And that he would often sit and listen to hear their most interesting accounts of their past experiences since the days of Menelik. This experience if seems, would instill in him a deep appreciation for history and afford him the extraordinary opportunity to develop his mind. This unique experience, it can be argued, became the most defining aspect of his formative years. It is no wonder that Dejazmach Zewde would go on to become an esteemed Scholar of history and one of the most distinguished statesmen of his time.

He accompanied his mother to Cairo, Egypt for a brief time and after World War II broke out in 1945 they returned to Jerusalem. At the time of the liberation of Ethiopia in 1941, at the age of fourteen, Zewde was given the (hereditary) title and rank of Dejazmach. He was with his grandfather Ras Seyoum who had commanded an army against the Italians in Soqota, Korem and Amba Alagie in Tigre region. In 1945 - 53 he attended Oxford University and obtained his undergraduate degree from the deparment of Philosophy and Economics, and later 1963 - 71, he received his Doctoral degree in History.

He was married to Woezerit Alem Tsehay Araya on May 7, 1961. The timing of his wedding was overshadowed by events that had occured five month earlier. His grandfather, Ras Seyoum Mengesha was one of the vicims of the massacre that resulted from the abortive coup in December 1960. The newly weds soon left for England. During the eight years stay there, their children Ezana, Debritu and Elizabeth were born.

Dejazmach Zewde served numerous positions within the Imperial Government of Ethiopia beginning in 1953 until 1961 and from 1971 to 1974. At the time of the Military revolution in 1974, he was appointed as the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs. He left Ethiopia on September 4, 1974 to attend the annual United Nations General Assembly, two months later the massacre of the sixty cabinet members of the Imperial government too place. Dejazmach Zewde made a public condemnation of this action and went into exile in the West. He remained in exile for the following seventeen years.

He returned to Ethiopia soon after the down-fall of the military dictatorship in 1991. Addis Ababa became his permanent residence and for the past eighteen years, he was engaged in research and writing. He is the author of numerous books among them, Yohannes IV, a political Biography. Dejazmach Zewde frequenty accepted speaking engagments at various venus and remained very active until the very end. This extraordinary Ethiopian signifies the ending of an era. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, a granddaughter, neices, nephews and countless family members whose life he has touched most profoundly.

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This book is a product of an exhibition of Princess Wolete Israel Seyoum (1914-1988), considered one of the first female artist of 20th century Ethiopia. The year 2008, marks the twentieth anniversary of her death. This project was initiated as a commemoration of her lifework and of her spiritual and artistic contribution to Ethiopian arts. A collection of 21 paintings were displayed to the public for the first time at the Gallery of the institute of Ethiopian studies, Addis Ababa University on April 14, 2008. From this occasion sprung the idea to publish a catalog of her work, as well as a biography of this remarkable woman, in an effort to preserve and share her vision. A brief summary of this book follows.

This is the story of an extraordinary woman who lived in a world which has long disappeared. It is a rare and intimate portrayal beginning in 1914, one year after the death of Emperor Menelik and the year of her birth. The story unfolds in the span of seventy four years ending in 1988, amidst the turbulent period, the latter years of the Ethiopian revolution and military dictatorship of the Derg (1974 1991).

The reader enters a fascinating world of personages and significant events in Imperial Ethiopia. It is a story of a pioneer; as she is celebrated as one of the first women artist in Ethiopia. She dared to cultivate her God given talent during a time when such a vocation was neither encouraged nor appreciated. She fully devoted her art as a form of worship and for the purpose of her spiritual fulfillment. It is a powerful story of a woman and her unwavering struggle to live a life of purpose. Born into the aristocracy, she lived through two arranged marriages; endured countless personal tragedies including the death of her only daughter. In the end, her spirit soars . . .it is the power of her love and the awe-inspiring dedication that overrides all. Princess Wolete Israel is a remarkable model and truly a triumphant figure.

On the occasion of the twentieth year of her death, this book pays tribute to her remarkable contribution as an accomplished artist and an inspirational figure. It includes a catalog of the artist's collection of paintings. Told from a granddaughter's perspective, and based on accounts from close family members, this work attempts to reconstruct the personal life of Princess Wolete Israel Seyoum some thirty years later.

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RULER REIGN DATES

1. Ori or Aram, son of Shem. 60 2222-2162

2. Gariak I. Mash, son of 66 2162-2096

3. Gannkam 83 2096-2013

4. Borsa (queen) 67 2013-1946

5. Dagmawi Gariak II 60 1946-1886

6. Qadamawi Djan I 80 1886-1806

7. Dagmawi Djan II 60 1806-1746

8. Senefrou=Job 20 1746-1726

9. Zeenabzamin 58 1726-1668

10. Sahlan 60 1668-1608

11. Elaryan 80 1608-1528

12. Nimroud 60 1528-1468

13. Eylouka (queen) 45 1468-1423

14. Saloug 30 1423-1393

15. Kharid 72 1393-1321

16. Hogeb 100 1321-1221

17. Makaws 70 1221-1151

18. Assa 30 1151-1121

19. Affar 50 1121-1071

20. Milanos 62 1071-1009

21. Soliman Tehagui 73 1009- 936

THE LINE OF HAM, CUSH AND SABTAH

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Kam = Ham. Date of 78 2255-2177

2. Kout = Cush. Son of 50 2177-2127 Ham.

3. Habassi 40 2127-2087

4. Sebtah 30 2087-2057

5. Elektron 30 2057-2027

6. Neber 30 2027-1997

7. Qadamawi Amen I 21 1997-1976

8. Nehasset Nais (queen) 30 1976-1946

9. Horkam 29 1946-1917

10. Dagmawi Saba II 30 1917-1887

11. Sofard 30 1887-1857

12. Askndou 25 1857-1832

13. Hohey 35 1832-1797

14. Adglag 20 1797-1777

15. Adgala 30 1777-1747

16. Lakniduga 25 1747-1722

17. Manturay 35 1722-1687

18. Rakhu 30 1687-1657

19. Qadamawi Sabe I 30 1657-1627

20. Azagan 30 1627-1597

21. Sousel Atozanis 20 1597-1577

22. Dagmawi Amen II 15 1577-1562

23. Ramenpahte 20 1562-1542

24. Wanuna 3 days 1542

25. Piori II, father of the 15 1542-1527 

AGDAZYAN DYNASTY OF THE POSTERITY OF THE KINGDOM OF JOCTAN

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Qadamawi Akbunas Saba I. Saba 55 1978-1923

2. Nakehte Kalnis. Kalnis 40 1923-1883

3. Kasiyope (queen) 19 1883-1864

4. Qadamawi Sabe I 15 1864-1849

5. Qadamawi Etiyopus I 56 1849-1793

6. Lakndun Nowarari 30 1793-1763

7. Tutimheb 20 1763-I743

8. Qadamawi Herhator I 20 1743-1723

9. Dagmawi Etiyopus II 30 1723-1693

10. Qadamawi Senuka I 17 1693-1676

11. Qadamawi Bonu I 8 1676-1668

12. Mumazes (queen) 4 1668-1664

13. Aruas, daughter of 7 months 1664 Mumazes.

14. Qadamawi Amen Asro I 30 1664-1634

15. Dagmawi Ori (or Aram) II 30 1634-1604

16. Qadamawi Piori I 15 1604-1589

17. Qadamawi Amen Emhat I 40 1589-1549

18. Tsawi 15 1549-1534

19. Aktissanis 10 1534-1524

20. Mandes 17 1524-1507

21. Protawos 33 1507-1474

22. Amoy 21 1474-1453

23. Konsi Hendawi 5 1453-1448

24. Dagmawi Bonu II 2 1448-1446

25. Salsawi Sebi III (Kefe) 15 1446-1431

26. Djagons 20 1431-1411

27. Dagmawi Dagmawi Senuka II 10 1411-1401

28. Qadamawi Angabo I (Zaka Laarwe) 50 1401-1351

29. Miamur 2 days 1351

30. Helena (queen) 11 1351-1340

31. Qadamawi Zagdur I 40 1340-1300

32. Dagmawi Her Hator II 30 1300-1270

33. Her Hator (Za Sagado) III 1 1270-1269

34. Akate (Za Sagado) IV 20 1269-1249

35. Titon Satiyo 10 1249-1239

36. Qadamawi Hermantu I 5 months 1239

37. Dagmawi Amen Emhat II 5 1239-1234

38. Qadamawi Konsab I 5 1234-1229

39. Dagmawi Sannib II 5 1229-1224

40. Sanuka III 5 1224-1219

41. Dagmawi Angabo II 40 1219-1179

42. Amen Astate 30 1179-1149

43. Herhor 16 1149-1133

44. Qadamawi Wiyankihi I 9 1133-1124

45. Qadamawi Pinotsem I 17 1124-1107

46. Dagmawi Pinotsem II 41 1107-1066

47. Massaherta 16 1066-1050

48. Ramenkoperm 14 1050-1036

49. Salsawi Pinotsem III 7 1036-1029

50. Sabi IV 10 1029-1019

51. Tawasaya Dews 13 1019-1006

52. Makeda 31 1006- 975

DYNASTY OF MENELIK I

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Qadamawi Menelik I 25 975-950

2. Hanyon 1 950-949

3. Qadamawi Zera I (Tomai). This 26 949-923

4. Amen Hotep Zagdur 31 923-892

5. Aksumay Ramissu 20 892-872

6. Dagmawi Awseyo Sera II 38 872-834

7. Dagmawi Tawasya II 21 834-813

8. Dagmawi Abralyus Wiyankihi II 32 813-781

9. Aksumay Warada Tsahay 23 781-758

10. Kashta Hanyon 13 758-745

11. Dagmawi Sabaka II 12 745-733

12. Nicauta Kandake (queen) 10 733-723

13. Tsawi Terhak Warada 49 723-674 Nsgash

14. Erda Amen Awseya, or 6 674-668

15. Gasiyo Eskikatir -- 668

16. Nuatmeawn (Tanautamun) 4 668-664

17. Salsawi Tomadyon Piyankihi III 12 664-652

18. Amen Asero 16 652-636

19. Piyankihi IV, or Awtet 34 636-602

20. Zaware Nebret Aspurta 41 602-561

21. Dagmawi Saifay Harsiataw II 12 561-549

22. Ramhay Nastossanan 4 549-535

23. Handu Wuha Abra 11 535-524

24. Safelya Sabakon 31 524-493

25. Agalbus Sepekos 22 493-471

26. Psmenit Waradanegash 21 471-450

27. Awseya Tarakos 12 450-438

28. Kanaz Psmis, son of 13 438-425 Awseya Tarakos

29. Apras 10 425-415

30. Kashta Walda Ahuhu 20 415-395

31. Elalion Taake 10 395-385

32. Salsawi Atserk Amen III 10 385-375

33. Atserk Amen IV 10 375-365

34. Hadina (queen) 10 365-355

35. Atserk Amen V 10 355-345

36. Atserk Amen VI 10 345-335

37. Nikawla Kandake (queen) 10 335-325

38. Bassyo 7 325-318

39. Salsawi Akawsis Kandake III 10 318-308 (queen)

40. Dagmawi Arkamen II 10 308-298

41. Awtet Arawura 10 298-288

42. Dagmawi Kolas II (Kaletro) 10 288-278

43. Zawre Nebrat 16 278-262

44. Stiyo 14 262-248

45. Safay 13 248-235

46. Nikosis Kandake IV (queen) 10 235-225

47. Ramhay Arkamen IV 10 225-215

48. Feliya Hernekhit 15 215-200

49. Hende Awkerara 20 200-180

50. Agabu Baseheran 10 180-170

51. Sulay Kawswmenun 20 170-150

52. Messelme Kerarmer 8 150-142

53. Nagey Bsente 10 142-132

54. Etbenukewer 10 132-122

55. Safeliya Abramen 20 122-102

56. Sanay 10 102- 92

57. Awsena (queen) 11 92- 81

58. Dagmawi Dawit II 10 81- 71

59. Aglbul 8 71- 63

60. Bawawl 10 63- 53

61. Barawas 10 53- 43

62. Dinedad 10 43- 33

63. Amoy Mahasse 5 33- 28

64. Nicotnis Kandake V 10 28- 18

65. Nalke 5 18- 13

66. Luzay 12 13- 1

67. Bazen 17 B.C. 1- 17 A.D.

THOSE WHO REIGNED AFTER THE BIRTH OF CHRIST

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Sartu Tsenfa Assegd 21 17- 38

2. Akaptah Tsenfa Ared 8 38- 46

3. Horemtaku 2 46- 48

4. Garsemot Kandake VI. Jen 10 48- 58

5. Hatoza Bahr Asaged 28 58- 86

6. Mesenh Germasir 7 86- 93

7. Metwa Germa Asfar 9 93-102

8. Dagmawi Adgale II 10 102-112

9. Agba 1 112-113

10. Serada 16 113-129

11. Malis Alameda 4 129-133

12. Hakabe Nasohi Tsiyon 6 133-139

13. Hakli Sergway 12 139-151

14. Dedme Zaray 10 151-161

15. Awtet 2 161-163

16. Alaly Bagamay 7 163-170

17. Awadu Jan Asagad 30 170-200

18. Zagun Tsion Hegez 5 200-205

19. Rema Tsion Geza 3 205-208

20. Azegan Malbagad 7 208-215

21. Gafale Seb Asagad 1 215-216

22. Tsegay Beze Wark 4 216-220

23. Gaza Agdur 9 220-229

24. Agduba Asgwegwe 8 229-237

25. Dawiza 1 237-238

26. Wakana (queen) 2 days 238

27. Hadawz 4 months 238

28. Ailassan Sagal 3 238-241

29. Asfehi Asfeha 14 241-255

30. Atsgaba Seifa Arad 6 255-261

31. Ayba 17 261-278

32. Tsaham Laknduga 9 278-287

33. Tsegab 10 287-297

34. Tazer 10 297-307

35. Ahywa Sofya (queen) 7 307-314

CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF THE CHRIST SOVEREIGNS

1. Ahywa. Her regnal name was Sofya, and she was the mother of Abreha Atsbeha.

2. Abreha Atsbeha (with mother) 26 314-340

3. Atsbeha, alone. 12 340-352

4. Asfeh Dalz 7 352-359

5. Sahle 14 359-373

6. Arfed Gebra Maskal 4 373-377

7. Qadamawi Adhana I (queen) 5 377-382

8. Riti 1 382-383

9. Dagmawi Asfeh II 1 383-384

10. Dagmawi Atsbeha II 5 384-389

11. Amey 15 389-404

12. Dagmawi Abreha II 7 months 404

13. Ilassahl 2 months 404

14. Qadamawi Elagabaz I 2 404-406

15. Suhal 4 406-410

16. Salsawi Abreha III 10 410-420

17. Dagmawi Adhana II (queen) 6 420-426

18. Yoab 10 426-436

19. Qadamawi Tsaham I 2 436-438

20. Dagmawi Amey II 1 438-439

21. Sahle Ahzob 2 439-441

22. Tsebah Mahana Kristos 3 441-444

23. Dagmawi Tsaham II 2 444-446

24. Dagmawi Elagabaz II 6 446-452

25. Agabi 1 452-453

26. Lewi 2 453-455

27. Ameda III 3 455-458

28. Armah Dawit 14 458-472

29. Amsi 5 472-477

30. Salayba 9 477-486

31. Alameda 8 486-494

32. Pazena Ezana 7 494-501

DYNASTY OF ASHE (EMPEROR) KALEB UNTIL GEDAJAN

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Kaleb 30 501-531

2. Za Israel 1 month 531

3. Gabra Maskal 14 531-545

4. Kostantinos 28 545-573

5. Wasan Sagad 15 573-588

6. Fere Sanay 23 588-611

7. Advenz 20 611-631

8. Akala Wedem 8 631-639

9. Germa Asafar 15 639-654

10. Zergaz 10 654-664

11. Dagena Mikael 26 664-690

12. Bahr Ekla 19 690-709

13. Gum 24 709-733

14. Asguagum 5 733-738

15. Latem 16 738-754

16. Talatam 21 754-775

17. Gadagosh 13 775-788

18. Aizar Eskakatir 1/2 day 788

19. Dedem 5 788-793

20, Wededem 10 793-803

21. Wudme Asfare 30 803-833

22. Armah 5 833-838

23. Degennajan 19 838-857

24. Gedajan 1 857-858

25. Gudit 40 858-898

26. Anbase Wedem 20 898-918

27. Del Naad 10 918-928

SOVEREIGNS ISSUED FROM ZAGWE

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Mara Takla Haymanot 13 928- 941

2. Tatawdem 40 941- 981

3. Jan Seyum 40 981-1021

4. Germa Seyum 40 1021-1061

5. Yermrhana Kristos 40 1061-1101

6. Kedus Arbe (Samt) 40 1101-1141

7. Lalibala 40 1141-1181

8. Nacuto Laab 40 1181-1221

9. Yatbarak 17 1221-1238

10. Mayari 15 1238-1253

11. Harbay 8 1253-1261

A JEW (SOLOMONIC) DYNASTY, WHICH WAS NOT RAISED TO THE THRONE, DURING THE PERIOD OF THE PRECEDING DYNASTY

1. Mahbara Wedem

2. Agbea Tsyon

3. Tsinfa Arad

4. Nagash Zare

5. Asfeh

6. Yakob

7. Bahr Asagad

8. Edem Asagad

SOVEREIGNS FROM EMPEROR YEKUNO AMLAK, DESCENDED FROM THE ANCIENT REIGNING DYNASTIES

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Yekuno Amlak 15 1261-1276

2. Yasbeo Tseyon 9 1276-1285

3. Tsenfa Arad 1 1285-1286

4. Hesba Asagad 1 1286-1287

5. Kedme Asagad 1 1287-1288

6. Jan Asagad 1 1288-1289

7. Sabea Asagad 1 1289-1290

8. Wedma Ared 15 1290-1305

9. Amda Tseyon 30 1305-1335

10. Saifa Ared 28 1335-1363

11. Wedma Asfare 10 1363-1373

12. Dawit 30 1373-1403

13. Tewodoros 4 1403-1407

14. Yeshak 15 1407-1422

15. Andreyas 6 months 1422

16. Hesba Nan 4 1422-1426

17. Bedl Nan & Andreyas 1 1426-1427

18. Amde Tseyon 7 1427-1434

19. Zara Yakob 34 1434-1468

20. Boeda Maryam 10 1468-1478

21. Iskender 16 1478-1494

22. Amda Tseyon 1 1494-1495

23. Naod 13 1495-1508

ELEVATION TO THE THRONE OF ASHE (EMPEROR) LEBNA DENGEL, AND THE INVASION OF ETHIOPIA BY GRAN

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Lebna Dengel 32 1508-1540

2. Galawdewos 19 1540-1559

3. Minas 4 1559-1563

Fifteen years after Ashe (Emperor) Lebna Dengel came to the throne Gran devastated Ethiopia for fifteen years.

THE HOUSE OF GONDAR

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Sartsa Dengel 34 1563-1597

2. Yakob 9 1597-1606

3. Za Dengel 1 1606-1607

4. Susneyos 28 1607-1635

5. Fasil 35 1635-1670

6. Degu-Yohannes 15 1670-1685

7. Adyam Sagad Iyasu 25 1685-1710

8. Takla Haymanot 2 1710-1712

9. Tewoflus 3 1712-1715

10. Yostos 4 1715-1719

11. Dawit 5 1719-1724

12. Bakaffa 9 1724-1733

13. Birhan Sagad Iyasu 24 1733-1757

14. Iyoas 15 1757-1772

15. Yohannes 5 mos. & 5 dys. 1772

16. Takla Haymanot 8 1772-1780

17. Solomon 2 1780-1782

18. Takla Giyorgis 5 1782-1787

SOVEREIGNS OF ABYSSINIA SUBSEQUENT TO THE FOREGOING LIST

RULER REIGN DATES

1. Yasus 1 1787-1788

2. Takla Haymanot 1 1788-1789

3. Iskias 6 1789-1795

4. Baeda Maryam 2 1795-1797

5. Junus -- 1797

6. Adimo 2 1797-1799

7. Egwala Sion 19 1799-1818

8. Joas 3 1818-1821

9 Gigar 5 1821-1826

10. Salsawi Baeda Maryam III -- 1826

11. Gigar (again) 4 1826-1830

12. Iyasu IV 2 1830-1832

13. Gabra Kristos -- 1832

14. Sahala Dengel 8 1832-1840

15. Salsawi Yohannes III 1 1840-1841

16. Sahala Dengel (again) 14 1841-1855

At this time the empire was re-established by Theodore.

17. Tewodoros 13 1855-1868

18. Yohannes IV 21 1868-1889

19. Dagmawi Menelik II 24 1889-1913

20. Lij Yasu 3 1913-1916

21. Zauditu, empress, and 14 1916-1930 Ras Tafari Makonnen, regent and heir.

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