Friday, December 29, 2006

Kibebew Geda azMareew

Ethiopian Related News

Somali troops, aided by Ethiopia, displace Islamic rebels in capital
MOGADISHU, Somalia - Government troops and allied forces from neighboring Ethiopia swept into Mogadishu on Thursday without firing a shot after Islamic militants abandoned Somalia's capital.

Once considered unbeatable, the Council of Islamic Courts was left holding only a small pocket of territory around the southern port city of Kismayo. Only days earlier, the militants had controlled much of Somalia.

But the routing of the loose alliance of Islamic militants after only a week of fighting did not mean an end to the years of war and suffering that have racked the impoverished country of 9 million in the Horn of Africa.

There were grave fears that hard-core Somali Islamists, bolstered by foreign radicals, would fight a guerrilla insurgency against Somalia's Western-backed interim federal government and its protectors from Ethiopia, a country with a population divided between Christians and Muslims.

Moreover, even as Somali government and Ethiopian troops moved into Mogadishu, gunmen from rival clans that had fought over the city for years before the Islamists drove them out began reappearing in the streets.

The Council of Islamic Courts overran much of Somalia after seizing Mogadishu in July from clan militias that the United States had funded secretly. Many Somalis welcomed the militants because they ended years of lawlessness, even though they employed harsh Islamic punishments.

Ethiopia, which has one of Africa's strongest militaries, intervened last week at the request of the transitional federal government, a U.N.-recognized alliance of clan and political strongmen that the Islamists had penned up in the town of Baidoa.

The Bush administration, which has accused the Council of Islamic Courts of being in league with al-Qaida, gave tacit approval to Ethiopia's intervention.

Somali troops backed by Ethiopian ground forces and fighter jets advanced rapidly out of Baidoa, overrunning many areas without fights. Lightly armed Council of Islamic Courts fighters withdrew in headlong flight, although their leaders called it a tactical retreat.

Government and Ethiopian forces entered Mogadishu unopposed Thursday afternoon from the north, while a second column moving from the south halted short of the city's boundaries.

Ethiopia had said its troops wouldn't move into Mogadishu. It apparently changed its mind after Council of Islamic Courts leaders and fighters fled the city southward toward Kismayo.

In the power vacuum, shots echoed around the city, and gunmen robbed shops and held up civilians. Looters stripped offices that militants had abandoned. At least three civilians were reported killed and more than 10 injured.

"We will not let Mogadishu burn," Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi said in Addis Ababa.

Some residents welcomed the government and Ethiopian forces as they moved through the blighted streets to the Hotel Ramadan, which the Islamists had used as their headquarters.

The Ethiopian prime minister said he hoped the Islamists could be crushed and the conflict concluded "in days, if not in a few weeks."

Most Somalis regard Ethiopia, which has fought two wars with Somalia in the last 45 years and has refused to relinquish its ethnic Somali-dominated Ogaden region, as their deadliest foe.

Ethiopian Related News

The Ethiopian Herald (Addis Ababa)

December 29, 2006
Posted to the web December 29, 2006

Biniyam Wubishet
Addis Ababa

Somalia Ambassador to Ethiopia and Permanent Representative to AU, Abdikarin Farah said the transitional government army retake and fully control 16 cities in Puntland, central Somalia and South-East Baidoa from the hands of the Union of Islamic Courts (UIC) and now progressing to the capital, Mogadishu.

In a press conference he gave to local journalists and foreign correspondents yesterday, the ambassador said the Somali people warmly welcomed the transitional government in areas where it recently recaptured by offering whatever they have at their disposal. click

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

holiday wishes


Inventing his own telecom.......(..interview language --> Amharic)

ጠቢቡ እስራኤል የኢትዮጵያ ቴሌኮምኒከሸንስ መስሪያ ቤት ብቸኛ ተወዳዳሪ ሆኖ ቀርቧል (ብዙ በጀት ሳይፈልግ በጨበጣ ):: በትንሽ ከተማ ውስጥ ነዋሪ የሆነው ጠቢቡ እስራኤል ለከተማው ህዝብ (ጊንጪ ) ቴሌኮምኒኬሽን መስሪያ ቤት መስጠት ያልቻለውን አገልግሎት ማቅረቡ በመቻሉ ምክንያት የሳይንስ አዋቂዎችና መስሪያ ቤቱን ባድነት በቂጣቸው ዘጭ እንዲሉ አድርጓል :: እኔም ወንድ ወንዳታው ቶክቻው ያራዳ ልጅ ብዬዋለሁ !! This interview reminds me the story of DOS & people around with that program. God knows how many billions of users around the world are dependent on that MS-DOS today. But, before Dos got its popularity" Bill Gates contacted Tim Patterson of Seattle Computer Products and purchased a copy of his 86-DOS (previously QDOS - Quick and Dirty Operating System) for $50,000."
I hope the Ethiopian telecoms would keep the intellectual right of this young man, Israel & work with him.

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Ethiopian Poet Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin


"I crave for knowledge.
I envy tolerant, peaceful folks.
I am frightened by ignorance.
I loathe violence." The poet T.G.Medhin

ጥበብ ይናፍቀኛል
ተቻችሎ የሚኖር ህዝብ ያስቀናኛል
ድንቁርና ያስፈራኛል
ጦርነት ያስጠላኛል::

A Short Walk Through His Literary Park

The funeral of the prolific Ethiopian Writer, Poet, Playwright and Anthropologist Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin was conducted at the St. Trinity Cathedral Church.

Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin has written 40 plays in Amharic and seven in English, while he also published his collections of poems in one volume under the title 'Esat wey Abeba' (meaning 'Fire or Flower').

Five of Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin's works have been rendered into English, French and Russian.

Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin translated the great tragedies of William Shakespeare such as Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, and King Lear with a competing flavour, while he also rendered the great comedies of Moliere such as Tartuffe and 'A Doctor in Spite of Himself'.

Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin obtained his LLB Degree from Blackstone University in Chicago, United States, and studied anthropology in Dakar University in Senegal. He also attended courses in Theatrical Arts in universities in France and Britain.

Laureate Tsegaye has served as Artistic Director of the Ethiopian National Theatre, Editor of the Oxford University Press in Addis Ababa, and permanent representative of the Ministry of Culture and Sports with a rank of Vice Minister.

Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin is also credited to found the Department of Theatrical Arts at the Addis Ababa University, where he also served as Instructor and department head. Laureate Tsegaye was also the founder of the Ethiopian Writers Association, and a member of the Afro-Asian Writers' Association.

Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin has won the Haileselassie I prize for Literature, as well as many other international awards.

Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin died at the age of 69 on February 24, 2006.

The funeral of Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin was conducted yesterday at the St. Trinity Cathedral Church in the presence of families, friends, and admirers.

Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin is survived by his six children.

(This edited article was copied from )

Friday, December 22, 2006

yemskinu engurguro የምስኪኑ እንጉርጉሮ

Po' Boy Blues
(by Langston Hughes)
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ሃገሬ እያለሁ
ወርቃማ ናት ጸሃይ
ሃገሬ እያለሁ
ወርቃማ ናት ጸሃይ
ሰሜን ግን ከመጣሁ
መከራና ስቃይ

ጥሩ ሰው ነበርኩኝ
ክፋት የማልሰራ
አዎን ጥሩ ሰው ነበርኩኝ
ክፋት የማልሰራ
አለም ግን ታከተኝ
መንገዱ ውስብስብ
ክፉ ዘወርዋራ

ደግ ለመሰለችኝ
ወድቄ በፍቅር
ደግ ለመሰለችኝ
ወድቄ በፍቅር
ገንዘቤን አስጨርሳኝ
ጨርቄን ጥዬ ነበር

ታከተኝ በጠዋቱ
ታከትኩ ታከትኩ
ታከተኝ ገና በጠዋቱ
ታከትኩ ታከትኩምነው በቀረና
እኔስ ባልተወለድኩ::

(ትርጉም ባቲ)

Thursday, December 21, 2006


( B. K. Swartz, Jr.)
Fundamentally Christmas celebration is based on the intertwining of two ethnic patterns, Roman transition rites and Germano-Celtic Yule (jiuleis) rites-feasting and mortuary practice. First known use of the word Christes-Maess was in England, 1038. The English titled Feast Days with Mass Days. No Saint's day listed for December 25th. Abbreviation Xmas; X is Greek Chi, the first letters of Christmas--not X blank out.

In colonial New England Thanksgiving, not Christmas, was the important seasonal holiday. Puritans passed an anti-Christmas law in 1659, repealed 1681. Christmas celebration was resisted by the Congregationalist Cotton Mather (1663-1728). First recorded post-repeal celebration was in 1686. Christmas was declared a holiday in Louisiana, 1837. Christmas was unimportant in the United States until 1880's when the church relented. In 1885 a law was enacted giving federal employees Christmas day off. Christmas declared a legal holiday in U.S. late (1894 or in this century). Get the whole story

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

tilant ትላንት

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እንዳልነበር ጠፋ
የትላንቱ ብሶት
እንዳልታየ ሆነም
መከራና ጭንቀት

ኧረ እንዴት ይርሳል
ሰው ረሳ ግን ቶሎ
በዛሬው በረከት
በሙላት ተታሎ

መቃኘት ብልሃት
አንገትን አዟዙሮ
ዛሬ እንዲቀጥል
እንዳጌጠ አምሮ
ትላንትን እንዳይሆን
ነገ ም ተቀይሮ

ያደፈን ልብ በእንዶድ
ትዕቢቱን አፅድቶ
ለፈጣሪም ለሰው
እጅግ ተመችቶ
አካፍሎም ለሌለው
ከተረፈው ሞልቶ
ማመስገን ጥበብ ነው
ለሚነሳው ሰጥቶ ::

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Ethiopia Trip

I am going with 3 others - Claire Kirk and Catherine Leeson from CAFOD and Paul Gill, who, like me is a volunteer.
I have many questions that I hope the trip will help answer:
Why do we not seem to be able to crack the root causes of the problems that cause poverty in Countries like Ethiopia?
How can Tigray provence improve it's farming output?
Does the FairTrade system really help Ethiopia's farms and industries- particularly the coffee growers?
What is Ethiopia's debt and what needs to be done to reduce it?
Why is there seemingly futile strife between Ethiopia and its neighbours? This is particularly interesting to me as I am a supporter of projects to help improve life for people in to enter Ethiopia Trip

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Po' Boy Blues

(by Langston Hughes)

When I was home de
Sunshine seemed like gold.
When I was home de
Sunshine seemed like gold.
Since I come up North de
Whole damn world's turned cold.

I was a good boy,
Never done no wrong.
Yes, I was a good boy,
Never done no wrong,
But this world is weary
An' de road is hard an' long.

I fell in love with
A gal I thought was kind.
Fell in love with
A gal I thought was kind.
She made me lose ma money
An' almost lose ma mind.

Weary, weary,
Weary early in de morn.
Weary, weary,
Early, early in de morn.
I's so weary
I wish I'd never been born.

Friday, December 15, 2006

libe yabeba massaልቤ የአበባ ማሳ

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ፈገግታሽ ፀሀይን
ቃሎችሽም ዝናብ

ልቤ የአበባ ማሳ
ቢያምር ባንቺ ቢዋብ ::

አያሌ አበቦች
ከልቤ ውስጥ ፈልተው

ዕፁብ ድንቅ ሆድዬ
አቤት ማማራቸው ::

ነጭ ቀዩ .... ሞልቶ
ሁሉም በአይነት አይነቱ

የፅጌረዳን ድምቀት
መጥተሽ ቃኚው እቱ ::

ላስጎብኝሽ ላሳይሽ
ፍቀጅልኝ በቃ

ማኖሪያ ነው ልብሽ
ድንቅ የአበቦች ዕቃ !

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Flower Farm Is My Heart

Your grin,
the warm glowing sunshine,
Raindrops are your magical

Flower farm is my heart and is
Rendezvous for
hamming birds.

What a sight,
Plenty of flowers are planted
inside me,

Roses of every kind
Red mixed with white,
you should come
and see.

I wanna take you on a tour ,
And love to walk you
in this place,

Something is telling to me that
Your heart is a unique
flower vase.


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የዐይኖችዋ ጉዳይ
ትዕንግርት ለዐይኖቼ
እጆችዋ ወዳጅ
ለምስኪን እጆቼ
አካልዋን ከአካሌ
ፍቅር አስተሳስሮ
ኑሮ ሀ ኑሮን ሁ ...
ፊደል አስቆጥሮ
ሳላበቃ ግና
ሳልወርድ ከመቃብር
ቅናት ገነነ
እንደቡና ላርር
ለምን ጣጣ በዛው
ጣፋጭ ንፁህ ፍቅር
ቢታደሉትማ -
ነበር መታደል
እንደሳቁ መኖር ::

Monday, December 11, 2006

aynsh'na ayneama አይንሽና አይኔማ

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አይን መንገዱ ነው
ለቀልብ መናገሻ
መግቢያና መውጫም
መነሻም መድረሻ
ለምን ይረገም
ምነው ምን ባጠፋ
የማጀትሽን ላይኔ
ባሳየ በይፋ

የልብሽ ረመጡን
እንዲሁም የልቤ
ባይኔ በኩል ፈልቆ
ካይንሽ ላይ ማንበቤ
መውደድ ደርሶ ከእኔ
ወዳንቺ መምጣቴ
በአይንሽ እኮ ነው
ውደጂው በሞቴ

ልክየለሽን ደስታ
በዛው ስፍር ክፋቴ
ጭር ብል በልብሽ
ለመከራ ሕልፈቴ
አይንሽና አይኔማ
ህይወትሽ ህይወቴ ::

Sunday, December 10, 2006

ኮሎኔል አብዲሳ አጋ

የአምስተኛ ክፍል የአማርኛ የመማሪያ መጽሐፍ ውስጥ ይመስለኛል ድንቅ የሆነው የ ዘራይ ደረስና የኮለኔል አብዲሳ አጋ በጠላት ሃገር ያሳዩት ጀግንነት ታሪክ በአጭሩ የተዘከረበት:: ብዙዎቻችን ቁንጽል ዕውቀት ስለነዚህ ጀግኖች ቢኖረን እንጂ የጀግንነት ውሎአቸውን በትንታኔ የሚያቀርብ ጽሁፍ አንብበናል ማለት ያስቸግራል:: ይህን ከዚህ በታች ትርጉም የማቀርብላችሁ በጥሩ ሁኔታ ተቀናብሮ የቀረበው የኢትዮጵያዊው ጀግና አብዲሳ አጋ ታሪክ, ቅድሚያ በ እንግሊዝኛ ቋንቋ በዶ/ር ፍቅሬ ቶሎሳ የተጻፈውን ነው::

ኮሎነል አብዲሳ አጋ የተወለደው በወለጋ ክፍለ ሃገር ነበር:: ወላጅ አባቱ ድንገት ቱግ ብለው ወንድማችውን ገድለው ለፍርድ ሲቀርቡ, የ አስራሁለት አመት ዕድሜ በወቅቱ የነበረው አብዲሳ አባቱን ለማስፈታት አዲስ አበባ በመሄድ ጥረት ቢያደርግም, ከተበየነው ከሞት ቅጣት ሊያድናቸው አልቻለም::በጣም ያዘነውና እንግሽግሽ ያለው ወጣት የኢትዮጵያ ጦር ሰራዊት ውስጥ የተቀጠረው ገና የ አስራ አራት አመት ዕድሜው ላይ ነበር:: በ 1936 ከፋሽሽት ጣሊያን ጦር ጋር ፍልሚያ ላይ ተማርኮ ለእስር ጣሊያን ሃገር ሲሲሊ ደሴት ላይ በሚገኘው የማጎሪያ ካምፕ ይታሰራል:: እዚያ ካምፕ ውስጥ ነበር ከዩጎዝላቩ ጀግና ከ ካፒቴን ጁሊዮ ጋር የተገናኘው::

ሁለቱ ጓደኞች ሆነው ከእስረኞች ማጎሪያ ደርዘን የሚሆኑ በማስከተል በድንቅ ሁኔታ አምልጠው ጫካ ተመሸጉ:: ክጥቂት ቀናት በኋላ በጣሊይኖች እጅግ በሚፈራው አብዲሳ እየተመሩ ወደ እስረኛ ማጎሪያው ይመለሰላሉ:: አብዲሳ የካምፑን ጠባቂዎች አንቆ በመግደል, እሱና ጁሊዮ የሞቱትን ወትደሮች ልብስ በመልበስና መሳሪዎቻቸውን በማንገት የፋሺስት ጠባቂ በመምሰል ቀድሞ እስር የነበሩበትን ካምፕ ይቆማሉ:: ከሌሎች የህቡዕ ውጊይ ተባባሪዎቻቸው ጋር በመሆን ካምፕ ውስጥ ጠልቀው ገብተው እስረኞችን በጠቅላላ ይፈታሉ:: ከፋሺስት መኮንኖች ጋር ተዋግተው ትጥቅና ስንቅ እንዲሁም አንድ የጭነት መኪና ሙሉ የጦር መሳሪያዎችን በመዝረፍ ወደ ጫካ ይመለሳሉ..............ይቀጥላል

Colonel Abdissa Aga

I believe, my fifth grade text book had two
famous and inspiring short stories of Zerai
Deress & Abdissa Aga. Obviously, Most of us
have a glimpse of understanding about these
most important and highly respected Ethiopian
heroes. Now let's examine closely the most
fascinating achievements or actions of
Colonel Abdissa Aga, from the excellent
article of Dr. Fikere Tolassa.

Abdissa Aga

Colonel Abdissa Aga was born in Welega. His
father lost his temper and killed his own
brother when Abdissa was about 12 years old.
Though he went as far as Addis Ababa to
appeal for the release of his father, he was
executed. Sad and embittered, he joined the
Ethiopian Army around the age of 14 and
fought against Fascist Italy in 1936 in Ethiopia.
He was captured and imprisoned in.............More Abdissa Aga

Friday, December 08, 2006

sweet ethiopia radio

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An awsome short story the Yeyeneta menfes and also the new edition brought to you
the wisdom behind expressing love with ' ye betirr qumet'( rejim or achir dulla ) (Amharic language)

Enjoy & yemechwo!

The last Pharaon & the first Roman Emperor

The last Pharaon of Egypt and the dashing Roman general
One of the most famous women in history, Cleopatra VII was the brilliant and beautiful last Pharaoh of Egypt. Although she is often portrayed as a femme fatale, Cleopatra was deeply religious and studied to be a nun. An accomplished mathematician and gifted linguist fluent in nine languages, Cleopatra was also skilled politician popular with her people.

She married her younger brother, Ptolemy, and she became the mistress of the Roman general Julius Caesar. Following Caesar's death, Roman general Marc Antony went to Egypt to advance the growing power of Rome. Cleopatra captivated Antony. Their affair scandalized Roman society and bothered Roman politicians, who were suspicious of Egypt's power.

Yet despite the risks, Antony and Cleopatra married in 36 B.C. The couple planned to conquer Rome. But in 31 B.C. the Roman general Octavian destroyed the combined forces of Antony and Cleopatra in the battle of Actium. Hearing a false report that Cleopatra was dead, Antony fell on his sword. With no hope left, Cleopatra induced a poisonous asp to bite her.

Four thousand years of glorious Pharaonic rule was finally finished. Egypt became a Roman province. Octavian (later Augustus) became the first Roman Emperor, launching a new era in history.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Annan Fetta?

'Annan Fetta?'
With that her full moon-smile,
asked me
'annan fetta?' but,

At that moment, I did not know,
'got milk?' has been
what she really meant.

If did I understand the meaning then,
could've lit up my teeth &
replied, " cheese it."

And of course, " please" I'd say
"give me milk & millk is you,
that's it
that's all
what I want."

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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

kiremt simetta ክረምት ሲመጣ

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ክረምት ሲመጣ
ጣራው ሲንጣጣ
ጣ !ጣ !ጣ !
በርዶ ሲመጣ
ሲቀውር መላጣ
ጣ !ጣ !ጣ !
ዝናብ ሲመጣ
ድው _ዷ ! ጧ !ጧ !
በቆሎ ሲንጣጣ
አዬ ጣጣ
ክረምቱ ሲመጣ
ሲጠብስ የቁጣ
አያድርስ ሲቀጣ
ሱባኤ ያስገባል -
ቁንዱፍቱ እያስጠጣ
ጣጣ ነው ጣጣ
ክረምትን አያምጣ ::

In the winter time

In the place where i came from:

roof-corrugated iron is being
knocking constantly with snow balls
And makes a noise ta ta ta ta ta.......

If a bald head man,
Taking a walk while it's snowing
tiny snow balls bounce up & down
all over his head
And makes a noise ta ta ta ta ta ta......

Winter time is the time for fresh corn
putting it on the fire
listen to that same noise
yes, of course
it makes a ta ta ta ta....'s noise

In the place Where am I living now:
winter & snow
as cold as hell
Firecly cruel
One should hybernate with alcohol
To escape from that troublesome winter
Blues here and there
surfaces to the air
No fun budy at all
until got kicked out by summer
No ta ta ta ta ta ta.....
it's just a silent &
noiseless winter.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

The Big shot Funeral singer.....My man Kibebew Gedda

Awasa አዋሳ

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ተዛምዳ ከጀንበር
ጉድ 'ኮ ሰራችኝ ,
አዋሳ ሐይቅ ዳር
አፍዝዛ አስቀረችኝ ;

ፔዳሉን ታፍጥነው
ትምጥልኝ ንገሯት ,
አውቃለሁ እንደናትዋ
ሳይክል ጋላቢ ናት

ትመስላለች ልጅት
የምሽቷን ጀንበር ,
ፈንጥቃ ከሰማይ
ሰምጣ ከውሀ ምትቀር ;
እድገቷ አዋሳ
ጠላቂ ዋናተኛ ,
ከውሀ ሳትንሳፈፍ
ከቶ ማትተኛ ,
አጣሁላት እኔስ
ማድነቂያ አማርኛ

ድረሺለት በሏት
በሞሸራት እግዜር ,
ከሐይቁ ሳታርፍ
ጠላቂቱ ጀንበር

ብስክሌትዋ ይፍጠን
ንገሯት ንገሯት ,
መንፈስ የሚገዛ
የዋህነት አላት ;
ተዛምዳ ከጀንበር
ጉድ አደርገችኝ ,
አዋሳ ሀይቅ ዳር
በፍቅር አሰረችኝ ::

Friday, December 01, 2006

ነገስታት (እቴጌ ) ዘ ኢትዮጵያ

........ካለፈው የቀጠለ

ግብጽ የነገሰው የመጨረሻው ኩሽ(ኢትዮጵያ )ፈርኦን በጦርነት ድል በተደረገ ጊዜ, ያኔ የኢትዮጵያ ዋና ከተማ በነበረችው ናፓታ (ማራው) ነበር ፍርኦን ታውታሞን የሸሸው:: ይህች ከተማ የሮማውያን ሃይል እስከየት መሆኑን ለክታ ማሳየት የተቻልትን ሃያል ካንድክ (CANDACE) አስነስታለች:: ታሪክ ጸህፊዎች ጡንቸኛ በማለት ጥንካሬዋን የሚነግሩላት ንግስተ ኢትዮጵያ , ጦር ሜዳ ፍልሚያ ላይ አንድ አይኗ የተጎዳ አይናማ ነበረች::
የነጭ እና ጥቁር አባይ መነሻ ማወቅ የወደዱት ሮማዊውያን ወታደሮች የኢትዮጵያን ድንበር ጥሰው ማለፍ ነበረባቸው, ልክ ግብጽን በጣር ሃይላቸው እንዳስገበሩ ኢትዮጵያንም አስገብረው:: ንግስቲቱ አጼ ኦውገስተስ የላካቸውን ወታደሮች አባይ ትወጣን አስዋን ላይ የሮማውን ጦር ፍልሚያ ገጥማ ድል ታደርጋለች; የኦገስተስ ምስልን የያዘ ሃውልት በሙሉ በወታደሮችዋ እንዲወድም ይሆናል::

ሮማውያኖች ሃይላቸውን እንደገና አጠናክረው የመልሶ ማጥቃት ለማድረግ እስከ ናፓ ኢትዮጵያ ቢገቡም ዕቅዳቸው አልሰራ ለሁለተኛ ጊዜ:: ይህኛው ከቀድሞ የሮማን ጦር ይልቅ ከፍተኛ ውርደትን ተከናንብቦ ነበር:: ኢትዮጵያን በወረራ ድል የማድረጉን ጉዳይ ወደኋላ ተደርጎ ማስተባበያ እንዲሆን የኢትዮጵያዋ ንግስት ሰላም በመጠየቅዋ ንጉሰነገስት ኦውገስተስ ፈቅደዋል ሲባል ተነገር::

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