RFABC0H5–Yellow sign at post office with Amharic script Axum Ethiopia
RMCXKBN7–Elk200-1176 Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Coca Cola bottle with Amharic script
RMW4W6HA–Coca Cola bottle with Amharic script label in Ethiopia
RMA2BCNT–Ethiopian priest showing a scripture written in Amharic, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, Africa
RFFFXAM6–Finger millet Eleusine coracana , Amharic also known as African millet or Ragi food grain
RMBKEPYB–Handwritten amharic notices on wall
RFFKCC0K–Amharic stone tablet, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
RFWGEHKY–Stamp printed in Ethiopia shows image of emperor Haile Selassie with the inscription in Amharic, series, circa 1973.
RF2BFEEWK–Road sign in Amharic and English language showing directions to Mexico Square, Piassa and Nations and Nationalities Square in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.
RM2G4GR5C–Running Against the Wind (2019) directed by Jan Philipp Weyl and starring Ashenafi Nigusu, Mikias Wolde and Joseph Reta Belay. Ethiopian drama about 2 brothers running to achieve their dreams.
RM2DF6DR7–Blue Nile Falls or Tis Abay in Amharic. Amara Region, near Bahir Dar and Tana Lake, Ethiopia.
RMBC3J9J–Sign (in English and Amharic) for Addis Ababa Lion Zoo in Ethiopia, east Africa
RMDED1TB–Hand-lettered and illuminated Amharic Bible
RM2AG6WE7–Ethiopia, Amhara Region, Lalibela, Bet Maryam Church courtyard, hands of devotee reading gospel in Amharic text
RMD43T29–An Ethiopian orthodox monk reading the bible in Amharic
RM2A2W69A–ceremonial tunic, Amharic people, early 1900s, silk velvet, metal ornaments, 37-1/2 x 63-1/2 in., Textile and Fashion Arts
RMBN13CW–A small town in Ethiopia has a name that, in English, has a cheerful and bizarre ring to it
RF2J0GJ71–Holy Bible in Amharic language,
RMC1HR43–Restaurant sign in Amharic and English, Ethiopia
RMABBYM7–Two women at a traffic sign in Amharic script Dimeka Ethiopia
RMG6FWF4–Drug Store sign in English and Amharic. Harar, Ethiopia
RMBX6WBP–Amharic woman, Gondar, Ethiopia, Africa
RMA2G12J–Bible written in Amharic, Ethiopia, Africa
RFFFXAM8–Finger millet Eleusine coracana , Amharic also known as African millet or Ragi food grain
RMBDKFWW–ethiopia, lalibela, st george church
RFFKCCKF–Amharic stone tablet, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
RM2E4M1BJ–Stamp printed in Ethiopia shows image of emperor Haile Selassie with the inscription in Amharic, series, circa 1973.
RMPX4B1G–ETHIOPIA Province Benishangul-Gumuz, town Debate , ethiopian woman with tattooed cross on the forehead/ AETHIOPIEN, Provinz Benishangul-Gumuz, Stadt Debate, orthodoxe Christin mit taetowiertem Kreuz auf der Stirn
RMD1MCXC–Orthopedic shoes are made in a workshop in Debre Markos, Ethiopia.
RMDF2C7C–Coca Cola, in Amharic too, blend juice, and water, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
RMBC9W39–Shop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, selling traditional Ethiopian coffee dresses (habesha qemis). Signs are in Amharic language
RM2B00NEG–Ethiopia: Ge'ez script, Eliza Codex, Ethiopian Biblical Manuscript, 16th century. Ge'ez (also transliterated Gi'iz, and less precisely called Ethiopic) is an ancient South Semitic language that developed in the northern region of Ethiopia and southern Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. It later became the official language of the Kingdom of Aksum and Ethiopian imperial court. Ge'ez is written with Ethiopic or the Ge'ez abugida, a script that was originally developed specifically for this language. In languages that use it, such as Amharic and Tigrinya, the script is called Fidäl.
RMP6EPF6–Ethiopic and Amharic alphabet.
RMD43T17–An Ethiopian orthodox monk reading the bible in Amharic
RM2A2W69F–ceremonial tunic, Amharic people, early 1900s, silk velvet, metal ornaments, 37-1/2 x 63-1/2 in., Textile and Fashion Arts
RMFJ7477–Orthodox priest reads Holy Scriptures inside Mikael Milhaizengi rock-hewn church in the Tigray Region, Ethiopia
RF2J0GJ5P–Holy Bible in Amharic language,
RMC1HR3D–Sign for school written in English and Amharic, Ethiopia
RMA8YYAF–Old book of the bible written in Amharic script in rock hewn church Lalibela Ethiopia
RMW4W6H3–Road sign for Bedele Beer in Ethiopia
RMBX6WBY–Amharic woman, Gondar, Ethiopia, Africa
RMBY97C0–Husking the Teff crop in the Ethiopian highlands.
RMT532RG–The Timkat festival in Gondar is the most important Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany
RMD3K810–Church gate in Gondar Ethiopia Africa
RF2CAAJX8–3d rendering illustration of Ethiopia coat of arms flag with it name written in black
RMPT5WMC–ETHIOPIA, Amhara, smiling boy in village near Gondar / AETHIOPIEN, Amhara, Gonder, Junge in einem Dorf
RMDEJM2T–Reading a religious book written in Amharic, at the St Mary church on the Monte Entoto, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
RM2GE8HGN–Ethiopians and tourist at a bus ticket office in Lalibela, Ethiopia.
RMCXWYME–Young Timid Suri Boy Leaning Against The Wall Of A School Covered With Amharic And English Writing, Tulgit, Ethiopia
RMP6ENK2–Specimens of Abyssinian languages: Geez, Amharic and Falashan.
RMBCAWYA–Elidar Afar region salt flats near Eritrean border Ethiopia
RM2A2W69H–ceremonial tunic, Amharic people, early 1900s, silk velvet, metal ornaments, 37-1/2 x 63-1/2 in., Textile and Fashion Arts
RMD9AD6J–Ethiopian children watch from a ridge
RMAT542W–Going to Market near Lalibela, Ethiopia
RMPNM9R5–Amharic village near Lalibela, Ethiopia
RMA90H8D–Bicycle and its shadow with a sheep in front of a wall with Amharic script Inda Selassie near Aksum Ethiopia
RMW4W6HH–Bedele beer sign on railings near entrance to the brewery in Bedele, Ethiopia
RMBX63AW–Pilgrim reading Bible in Amharic, Timkat festival, Gondar, Ethiopia, Africa
RMANM85P–Husking the Teff crop in the Ethiopian highlands.
RMT532R4–The Timkat festival in Gondar is the most important Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany
RMD3K817–Computer classes in Gondar Ethiopia Africa
RMG6G08A–Ancient inscribed stones kept at the monastery in Yeha, Tigray, Ethiopia
RMPT5WMN–ETHIOPIA, Amhara, smiling boy in village near Gondar / AETHIOPIEN, Amhara, Gonder, Junge in einem Dorf
RM2B01X1W–Christianity in Ethiopia dates to the 1st century AD, and this long tradition makes Ethiopia unique amongst sub-Saharan African countries. Christianity in this country is divided into several groups. The largest and oldest is the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (in Amharic: የኢትዮጵያ ኦርቶዶክስ ተዋሕዶ ቤተክርስትያን Yäityop'ya ortodoks täwahedo bétäkrestyan) is an Oriental Orthodox church in Ethiopia that was part of the Coptic Orthodox Church until 1959, when it was granted its own Patriarch by Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of All Africa Cyril VI. The only pre-colonial Christian churc
RMDF2C80–Ethiopia- reading in Amharic, at a Ethiopian christian orthodoxe religious school, at Lalibela Lalibela is a town in northern
RM2GE8HJW–Roadside vendors along the road to Lalibela in Ethiopia.
RMAWFEYX–Man reading the Amharic Bible at Lalibela Ethiopia
RMP6H780–The learned Abbas Gregorius, an Amharic Ethiopian, and Hausa man of west Africa. Handcoloured lithograph from James Cowles Prichard's Natural History of Man, Balliere, London, 1855.
RMBC9TP9–Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
RM2A2W69B–ceremonial tunic, Amharic people, early 1900s, silk velvet, metal ornaments, 37-1/2 x 63-1/2 in., Textile and Fashion Arts
RMD9AD6N–Ethiopian children watch from a ridge
RMAT542N–Carrying Goatskins Home from Market in Lalibela, Ethiopia
RMPNM9R6–Amharic village near Lalibela, Ethiopia
RMPYY3CD–Bilingual signpost in English and Amharic showing rock churches in the Gheralta region, Hawzien, Tigray, Ethiopia
RFPXP1K6–London, United Kingdom - October 23, 2018: Close-up shot of Oleg Shukalovich's popular app Amharic Holy Bible Ethiopian Offline Study Version.
RMH6PW8B–DEBRE BIRHAN, ETHIOPIA-MARCH 30: Amharic man wears horse hair hat as example of the local use for headdresses.
RMBY97GF–Faces of Ethiopia. Colorful Amharic women visiting the Bhar Dar market.
RMT532RA–The Timkat festival in Gondar is the most important Ethiopian Orthodox celebration of Epiphany
RMT3CRFC–Admiral Hewett's embassy to King John of Abyssinia. Captain Tristram Speedy Argues with the Natives in the Amharic Tongue. Front page of the Graphic Illustrated Newspaper
RM2G1F9ME–Graffiti on a gate says 'this is ours' in Amharic in the town of Mai Kadra, Ethiopia, March 6, 2021. Picture taken March 6, 2021. To match Special Report ETHIOPIA-CONFLICT/EXPULSIONS REUTERS/Baz Ratner
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