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It was one of the most well-made Ethiopian films I’ve seen in a long time. Aida Muluneh – An Eye for Beauty I’ve been following Aida’s work for many years.

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The geophysical measurements are based on cooperation between the DAI and the LMU München.

This place on earth is considered the origin of civilization. Oh, I forgot to mention their incredible cheeks (not the one in the face), their wild hair, and their chocolate skin. I don’t know how many of them are women, but I do know this:.

In early May, geophysicist Jorg Fassbinder from the Geophysics Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) in Munich and his colleague Margaret Schlosser of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) took to a joint campaign.

Together, they surveyed the ground of a suspected settlement in the north-western Ethiopian highland region of Tigray, home to the town of Yeha believed to be a major centre of the Diamat Kingdom established around 700 BCE.

After being selected to participate in workshops during the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, Yidnekachew presented Nishan at the Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO) – the largest film festival in the African continent – before screening it at various international locations including at the Seattle International Film Festival and in New York City.

I truly enjoyed watching all of the multi-dimensional characters as the story slowly unfolded in great suspense.

“With the first test excavations, stone walls, burial sites and local waste items like animal bones and pottery shards were found dating back to different eras.

Among them were also ceramic shards with characteristics from the Ethio-Sabaean Period dating back to the first millennium BCE.” 2008 discovery In 2008, Ethiopian archaeologists made the astonishing discovery of a perfectly preserved sacrificial altar in neighbouring Meqaber Ga’ewa, a previously unknown location near the city of Wuqro.

Source: May 2011 An ancient settlement has been discovered in the Ethiopian highlands with the help of a special instrument used in geophysical surveys.

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