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  • 121 Constantin Sănătescu — General Constantin Sănătescu 44th Prime Minister of Romania In office 23 August 1944 – 5 December 1944 Monarch …

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  • 122 Negus (disambiguation) — Negus can refer to two etymologically unrelated words: Negus, an Amharic word for vassal ruler or governor in the pre 1974 empire of Ethiopia (ንጉሥ nəgus). The term nəgusä nägäst and alternative forms means king of kings , or Emperor, although… …

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  • 123 Proclamation of Timişoara — The Proclamation of Timişoara was a thirteen point written document, drafted on March 11, 1990 by the Timişoara participants in Romania s 1989 Revolution, and partly issued in reaction to the first Mineriad. Organized as the Timişoara Society and …

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  • 124 King of Kings — This article is about the monarchic or divine title. For other uses, see King of Kings (disambiguation). King of Kings is a title that has been used by several monarchies and empires throughout history. The title originates in the Ancient Near… …

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  • 125 Rangaku — A meeting of Japan, China, and the West, Shiba Kōkan, late 18th century …

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  • 126 Fanhunter — Infobox RPG title= Fanhunter caption= designer= Cels Piñol publisher= Gusa Comics, Planeta De Agostini date= unknown genre= Comedy system= Custom footnotes= Fanhunter is a bizarre universe created by the Spanish comic author Cels Piñol. The… …

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  • 127 Patrick Francis Healy — For other uses, see Patrick Healy (disambiguation). Patrick Francis Healy 29th President of Georgetown University Term 1873 – …

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  • 128 Dawit II of Ethiopia — Dawit II Anbasa Seggad Emperor of Ethiopia Emperor of Ethiopia Reign 13 August 1507 – 2 September 1540 Coronation …

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  • 129 Gelawdewos of Ethiopia — Gelawdewos (Ge ez ገላውዴዎስ galāwdēwōs , modern gelāwdēwōs , Claudius ; 1521/1522 March 23, 1559) was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (throne name Asnaf Sagad I (Ge ez አጽናፍ ሰገደ aṣnāf sagad , modern āṣnāf seged , to whom the peaks bow ; September 3, 1540 March 23 …

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  • 130 Na'od — was nəgusä nägäst (1494 31 July 1508) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the second son of Baeda Maryam and his second wife Kalyupe (also called Calliope ), and was born at Gabarge.[1] Like Eskender before him, he relied… …

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  • 131 Sarsa Dengel — (Ge ez ሠረጸ ድንግል śarṣa dingil , Amh. serṣe dingil Sprout of the Virgin , 1550 4 October 1597) was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (throne name Malak Sagad I, Ge ez መልአክ ሰገድ mal ak sagad , Amh. mel āk seged , to whom the angel bows ) (1563 1597) of Ethiopia, and …

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  • 132 Yaqob of Ethiopia — Yaqob I (Ge ez ያዕቆብ yāʿiqōb , Amh. yā iqōb ; died 1638) was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (throne name Malak Sagad II, መልአክ ሰገድ, mal ak sagad , Amh. mel āk seged , to whom the angel bows ; 1597 1603; 1604 1606) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic… …

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  • 133 Susenyos of Ethiopia — Susenyos Emperor of Ethiopia Reign 1606–1632 Coronation 1608 Born 1572 Died 1632 Predecessor …

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  • 134 Fasilides of Ethiopia — For the Turkish suite, see Fasıl .Fasilides (Ge ez ፋሲልደስ Fāsīladas , modern Fāsīledes ; throne name ʿAlam Sagad, Ge ez ዓለም ሰገድ ʿĀlam Sagad , modern ʿĀlem Seged , to whom the world bows ; 1603 18 October, 1667) was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (1632 October… …

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  • 135 Iyasu I of Ethiopia — Iyasu I (or Joshua I, Ge ez ኢያሱ ), also known as Iyasu the Great, was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (throne name Adyam Sagad, Ge ez አድያም ሰገድ, to whom the confines of the earth bow ) (19 July 1682 13 October 1706) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic… …

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  • 136 Dawit III of Ethiopia — Dawit III (Ge ez ዳዊት, throne name Adbar Sagad Ge ez አድባር ሰገድ, to whom the mountains bow ), also known as Dawit the Singer, was nəgusä nägäst (8 February 1716 18 May 1721) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the son of Iyasu …

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  • 137 Bakaffa — was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (throne name Asma Sagad, later Masih Sagad Ge ez መሲህ ሰገድ, to whom the anointed bows ) (May 18 1721 ndash; September 19 1730) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was a son of Emperor Iyasu I and brother to… …

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  • 138 Iyasu II of Ethiopia — Iyasu II or Joshua II (Ge ez ኢያሱ; 21 October 1723 [12 Teqemt 7216 Year of the World. Bosc Tiessé, Claire, How Beautiful She Is! in Her Mirror: Polysemic Images and Reflections of Power of an Eighteenth Century Ethiopia Queen in Journal of Early… …

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  • 139 Yekuno Amlak of Ethiopia — Emperor Yekuno Amlak (throne name Tasfa Iyasus) was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (10 August 1270 19 June 1285) [In the Ethiopian calendar, 10 Sené and 16 Nehasé, respectively. A. K. Irvine, Review: The Different Collections of Nägś Hymns in Ethiopic… …

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  • 140 Wedem Arad — (died 1314) was IPA|nəgusä nägäst (1299 – 1314) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the brother of Yagbe u Seyon, and seized power from his nephews.Only one military action is recorded for this ruler. In the first year of… …

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