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Ethiopian-Adal War (1529-1543)

The Ethiopian–Adal War (Arabic: فتوح الحبش‎ Futuḥ al-ḥabash) also known historically as the Conquest of Abyssinia was a military conflict between the Christian Ethiopian Empire and the Muslim Adal Sultanate that took place from 1529 until 1543. Abyssinian troops consisted of Maya people, Amhara people, Tigrayans, and Agaw people. While Adal forces were overwhelmingly manned by ethnic Somalis supplemented with Afar, Harari, and Argobba forces.

The Ethiopian-Adal War 1529-1543 : The Conquest of Abyssinia
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The Ethiopian-Adal War 1529-1543

The Conquest of Abyssinia
From Retinue to Regiment 1453-1618

Jeffrey M. Shaw

144 pages 8 colour plates, c 24 b/w illustrations, 12 maps, 2 tables

Not yet published - in Autumn 2021 list

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