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Makwanen, rās, 1852-1906


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    • us: Ras Makonnen, 1852-1906
    • us: Rās Makwanen, 1852-1906
    • us: Makwanen Walda Mikāʼél, rās, 1852-1906
    • us: Walda Mikāʼél, Makwanen, rās, 1852-1906
    • us: Makonnen Wolde Mikael, rās, 1852-1906
    • us: Wolde Mikael, Makonnen, rās, 1852-1906
    • us: Makonnen, Prince of Ethiopia, 1852-1906
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    • Birth Date

        1852
    • Death Date

        1906
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    • Makonnen, Ras, 1852-1906
  • Sources

    • found: Petridēs, S. Petros. Le héros d'Adoua, c1963:title page (Ras Makonnen, prince d'Ethiopie) page 28 (b. May 9, 1852, Darafa-Maryam, Gola district) page 278 (died March 21, 1906)
    • found: Petridēs, S. Petros. YaʼAdwāw ǧagnā, 2017:title page (Leʻul Rās Makwanen)
    • found: Wikipedia WWW site, Aug. 23, 2005(Ras Makonnen; b. May 8, 1852; d. Mar. 21, 1906; general, governor of Harar province in Ethiopia; father of Tafari Makonnen, later known as the Emperor Haile Selassie I; grandson of King Sahle Selassie of Shoa through his mother, Princess Tenagnework Sahle Selassie)
    • found: Wikipedia, August 2, 2018(Makonnen Wolde Mikael; also known as Ras Mäkonnen Wäldä-Mika'él (May 8, 1852-March 21, 1906), or simply Ras Makonnen)
    • found: Britannica online, Aug. 23, 2005(under Haile Selassie I: son of Ras Makonnen, a chief adviser to Emperor Menilek II)
    • found: Felter, P. La vicenda affricana, 1895-1896, 1935:p. 198 (Rās Makwanen [in Amharic script])
    • notfound: Academic American encyc.;World book encyc.
    • found: Encyclopaedia Aethiopica, 2007(Mäkwanne̳n Wäldä Mikaʼel = Makwanen Walda Mikāʼél [Ethiopic script]; son of Walda Mikāʼél Gudisa; born 8 May 1852; died 22 March 1906; ras; 19th century political figure)
    • found: Historical dictionary of Ethiopia, 2013(Makonnen Walda Mikael, Ras (1852-1907); soldier, diplomat, and father of Haile Selassie; died on 22 March 1907 at Qulubi)
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    • 2005-08-23: new
    • 2018-08-04: revised
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