The Sacred City of the Ethiopians: Being a Record of Travel and Research in Abyssinia in 1893.

Elibron Classics Series. This is a digitized replica of 1896 edition by Longmans, Green, and Co., London, New York and Bombay. This is an Illustrated edition. The edition includes maps available as a free download.
ISBN 9781402186073 paperback
ISBN 9781402133015 hardcover

SKU: 10000934
  • Subtitle: Being a Record of Travel and Research in Abyssinia in 1893.
  • ISBN: 9780543014504
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James Theodore Bent (30 March 1852 – 5 May 1897) was an English explorer, archaeologist and author.
In 1893 James Bent investigated the ruins of Axum and other places in northern Ethiopia, which had previously made known in part by the researches of Henry Salt and others. His book The Sacred City of the Ethiopians (1893) gives an account of this expedition.

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