Ethiopia: Judaism, Altars and Saints (Paperback)
The Ethiopia of 1995 is a country still recovering from the traumatic experience of some two decades of war, revolution, drought and famine, accompanied by human tragedy on a grand scale. This bibliography presents an up-to-date account of the chief works on all aspects of Ethiopia, ancient and modern. The extreme conditions of the country, its very early contacts with Europe, and its maintenance of political independence are all covered.
Stuart Munro-HayAfter graduating in Egyptology and Coptic studies, Stuart Munro-Hay was awarded a PhD for his work on ancient Ethiopian chronology and numimaics. More recently he has travelled as a lecturer for British Museum Tours in Ethiopia.Richard PankhurstRichard Pankhurst has been associated with Ethiopia for many years, and has held a number of posts in the University of Addis Ababa, including Director of the institute of Ethiopian Studies.