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us: Theodore II, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868



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    • us: ʼAbā Tāṭaq Kāśā, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
    • us: Haylu, Kasa, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
    • us: Kasa Haylu, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
    • us: Kasa of Qwara, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
    • us: Kasai, of Kwora, -1868
    • us: Kassa Haile Giorgis, -1868
    • us: Kassa Hailu, -1868
    • us: Teodoro II, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
    • us: Téwodros II, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
    • us: Theodore II, Negus of Ethiopia, d. 1868
    • us: Theodore Kasai, -1868
    • us: Théodoros II, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
    • us: Theodorus II, Negus of Ethiopia, -1868
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    • Theodore II, Negus of Ethiopia, d. 1868
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    • found: ʼAbā Tāṭaq Kāśā yaQwarāw ʼanbasā, 1996 [2003 or 2004].
    • found: La cronaca dell'imperatore Teodoro II di Etiopia in un manoscritto amarico, 1957-1959.
    • found: Drei Monate in Abyssinien und Gefangenschaft unter König Theodorus II, 1866.
    • found: Prouty, C. Historical dictionary of Ethiopia and Eritrea, 1994: p. 297 (Tewodros II (emperor, 1855-1868), born Kasa Haylu, son of Attetegeb and Haylu Welde Giyorgis (ruler of the Twara district))
    • found: Prouty, C. Historical dictionary of Ethiopia and Eritrea, c1994: p. 21 (Kasa of Qwara (see Tewodros II))
    • found: On Abyssinia, or Ethiopia, 1868: p. 10-22 (Kasai, of Kwora; in 1853 declared himself rightful heir to the throne as a direct descendant of Menilek, the son of Solomon; Theodore Kasai; crowned in 1855 as "King of kings of Ethiopia"; King Theodorus) p. 15 (committed suicide at Magdala in the face of British assault)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sep. 6, 2013 (Téwodros II; often referred to by the English equivalent Theodore II; c. 1818-Apr. 13, 1868; b. Kassa Haile Giorgis, more regularly referred to as Kassa Hailu; d. at the battle of Magdala, aged 49-50)
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