Reviewed Work(s): Afocha: A Link between Community and Administration in Harar, Ethiopia by Peter Koehn and Sidney R. Waldron-Maxwell

Review by: Mohamed Hassen Northeast African Studies, 4, 1 (1982): 65-67 REVIEW OF Peter Koehn and Sidney R. Waldron-Maxwell , Afooha : A Link between Community and Administration in Harar…

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Ethnomedicinal plants used to treat human ailments in the prehistoric place of Harla and Dengego valleys, eastern Ethiopia

Authors : Anteneh Belayneh1* and Negussie F Bussa2 Year : 2018 Abstract : Traditional medicines remained as the most affordable and easily accessible source of treatment inthe primary health care system…

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Malasay

Author : Alfred Cropp Year : 1990 Language : Dutch Contributor ; AS Abstract : From Google Translator The Mäläsay must, at least according to the testimony of modern historians,…

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Animal Economies and Islamic Conversion in Eastern Ethiopia: Zooarchaeological Analyses from Harlaa, Harar and Ganda Harla

Authors : Jane S. Gaastra, Timothy Insoll Year ; 2020 Contributor : Jemal Ali Abstract : Excavations at three urban sites, Harlaa, Harar, and Ganda Harla, in eastern Ethiopia have recovered substantial assemblages…

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