Caleb era ademas un gran militar y ferreo defensor del catolicismo, religion que el rey Ezana
instauro en el siglo IV en Etiopia.
Two young Syrian boys, Frumentius * and his brother Aedesius, * who had arrived on a ship from Tyre, became servants in the royal court of King Ezana
Before the Ethiopian king Ezana
(whose kingdom was then called Aksum) embraced Christianity for himself and decreed it for his kingdom (c.
Mining Development signed an agreement with the Ethiopian Ministry of Mines, to start a major gold mining project in Tigray Regional State, Northern Ethiopia.
The original church of Saint Mary of Zion was built in the fourth century during the reign of King Ezana
, who converted the Aksumite kingdom to Christianity after he himself was converted by two Syrian Christian priests who told him about the life of Jesus Christ.
Later, under King Ezana
, who ruled during the fourth century AD, Tigray became the first major empire to convert to Christianity.
The gods remained, but the superstructure of the Meroitic state was rejected, and with some violence, as the text of Ezana
In fact, the adoption of the faith by the young king Ezana
and the Patriarch of Alexandria's confirmation of a Syrian as the first bishop of Aksum can probably be dated to 337/8, making Ethiopia the second country after Armenia to become a Christian nation.
Following the initial conversion of Emperor Ezana
in the fourth century, the Orthodox faith of emperors led to an expansion of the Gospel throughout the country as rulers induced mass conversions by political and economic persuasion.
McDonald purchased Ezilla's dam, Ezana
, through O'Connor for Ir40,000gns at the 1994 Goffs November Sale, in foal to Akarad.
1V reference gives you one mV per LSB," explained Ezana
Haile, a senior applications engineer at Microchip.
Various treaties were entered into and the Aksumite rulers, from the time of King Ezana
in the fourth century, adopted the title of 'King of Saba and Himyar'.