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Haile Selassie/Ilz 1930 Featured Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Print

Haile Selassie/Ilz 1930

HAILE SELASSIE Emperor of Ethiopia (1930-74)

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

1930, Emperor, Ethiopia, Ethiopian, Haile, Historical, History, Ilz, Royalty, Selassie

Selassie Crowned/1930 Featured Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Print

Selassie Crowned/1930

The newly crowned emperor of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie, accompanied by his youngest son, carries the orb and sceptre after the coronation ceremony in Addis Ababa

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

1930, Ababa, Accompanied, Addis, Africa, Carries, Ceremony, Coronation, Crowned, Emperor, Ethiopia, Events, Haile, Historical, History, Newly, November, Orb, Sceptre, Selassie, Son, Youngest

Homeric cosmogony Featured Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Print

Homeric cosmogony

Homeric cosmogony. Map of the Earth based on the myths and knowledge of the Ancient Greeks at the time of Homer (1st or 2nd millennium BC). The map shows a flat Earth centred on Greece and the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by a 'River Ocean'. At night, the Sun passes from west to east behind a range of high mountains in the north ('region of the night'). To the south in North Africa, is the 'region of the day'. Other mythological references include the Elysian Fields, the island of the Cyclops, and the entrance to hell. Civilisations (historical and mythological) marked here include: Ethiopians, Libyans, Pygmies, Egyptians, Amazons, Phoenicians, Hyperboreans and Cimmerians. Places include: Thebes, Sparta, Troy, Thrace, Crete and Cyprus. Artwork from Pioneers of Science (Oliver Lodge, 1893)