Ethiopia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an African country, south of Egypt
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+ Ethiopian , Ethiopians
Ptolemy II sends an expedition to Ethiopia.
Ergamenes the king of Ethiopia suppresses the priests in his kingdom.
ers capture a giant snake in Ethiopia, and present it to Ptolemy.
llector of rare wild animals, and sends Simmias to explore Ethiopia.
The second voyage of Eudoxus, during which he visits Ethiopia.
king of Mauretania, goes on an expedition to the Western Ethiopians.
mpaign against the king of the Ethiopians. But these were
to them came some Ethiopians bearing presents, same of
and an immense number of Ethiopian birds." And Artemidorus
to this day that Ethiopian tribe called the Immortals
to every one she gave Ethiopian boys, to bear torches
men from the land of the Ethiopians, and a similar number
imrod" (Cush was an Ethiopian, who they believe was
How [the history of] the Ethiopians is included in the chr
ome of Sais, and some of Ethiopia; and there were yet othe
25th Dynasty. 3 Ethiopian kings: Sabacon, who captured
fire devastated the land of Ethiopia in the time of Pha
her husband, she added Ethiopia also to her empire; and
with him, and advanced into Ethiopia and the other coun
(115) the confines of the Ethiopians and having [the most
(c. 246) s both Troglodyte and Ethiopian, which his father a
irst to bring elephants out of Ethiopia. He had 1,500 war
land of the Libyans and Ethiopians, he will hear that war
summer course of the sun, and Ethiopia is even further
of the summer rain in Ethiopia, which causes the floodi
and then the king of the Ethiopians, and very near Polyare
gold, five hundred young Ethiopians, two hundred parrots,
been welcomed by Ethiopians and Scythians, & Men dwellin
fog. The priest of Helios was Ethiopian. . . Then darknes
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