Shekh Muhammad Tānī
According to the Amharic biographical account published four years after his death, Muhammad Tānī was born at Ančarro/Kärabitti in Qallu awrağğa, south Wällo administrative zone in 1906 Ethiopian cale...
Ashenafi Kebede
Ashenafi Kebede (Amharic: አሸናፊ ከበደ; 1938 – May 8, 1998) was an Ethiopian composer, conductor, ethnomusicologist, historical musicologist, music educator, novelist, and poet.
Kebede was born in...
Sheikh Muhammad Rashid Bilal
Sheikh Muhammad Rashid Sheikh Bilal (1907?- October 31, 1988) was one of the famous Islamic Scholars of the Chercher Highlands of Harerghe province whom many people of Harerghe recall as the most auth...
Aster Ganno
Aster Ganno (c.1872–1964) was an Ethiopian Bible translator who worked with the better known Onesimos Nesib as a translator of the Oromo Bible, published in 1899. She was born free, but was late...
Onesimos Nesib
Onesimos Nesib (in Oromo orthography, Onesimoos Nasiib; about 1856 – 21 June 1931), was a native Oromo who converted to Lutheran Christianity and translated the Christian Bible into the Oromo language...
Bakri Sapalo
Sheikh Bakri Sapalo (born Abubakar Garad Usman; November 1895 - 5 April 1980) was an Oromo scholar, poet and religious teacher. He is best known as the inventor of a writing system for the Oromo langu...
Tewolde-Medhin Gebre-Medhin
Täwäldä-Mädhin Gäbrä-Mädhin (1860–1930) was a pastor, educator and translator, originally from the town of S'eä’azäga, Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. He was ordained as a deacon in the Ethiopian Orth...
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