ODE TO THE PAST (with the occasional nod to the present)

The legend of Ezana

December 27, 2012

Tags: Ethiopia, Coptic Christianity, King Ezana, Aksum, The Tenth Saint

In researching The Tenth Saint, I found myself drawn into the early beginnings of Christianity in Ethiopia and, in particular, the man who brought the religion into the mainstream.

Christianity existed in Ethiopia since the first century but really took off in 330 CE, under the rule of King Ezana, known as the first Christian (more…)

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