ÆTHIOP SOC Links


*ÆHS being a proponent of authentic or indigenous Æthiopian History does not always agree with external influences that tend to rewrite or revise history. A number of Æthiopian institutions have also been influenced by such revisionist ideas, therefore not all that might be contained on the pages of the organizations and establishments of the links given below concerning Æthiopian History ought to be subscribed to. However a number of these links are of the utmost importance in connection with Æthiopian History and therefore are useful to the historian, scholar and nonspecialist.*


IMPORTANT LINKS:


MUSEUMS:-

Sudan National Museum (»» www.sudannationalmuseum.com)

Nubia Museum (»» www.numibia.net/nubia/)

The Egyptian Museum - Cairo {Supreme Council Of Antiquities Museums}
(»» www.sca-egypt.org)



UNIVERSITIES:-

Aksum University (»» www.aku.edu.et)

Mekelle University (>Academics>Colleges>Social Science and Languages »» www.mu.edu.et)



COLLEGES:-

Ethiopian Orthodox Theological College: A Centre for Ethiopian Orthodox Theological Education and Ethio-American Cultural Studies (»» www.eotc-edu.org)



MUNICIPALES:-

Addis Ababa City Administration (>About>Museums »» www.addisababacity.gov.et)




SOCIETIES/ASSOCIATIONS/FOUNDATIONS:-

Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History Society: (»» www.ewnhs.org.et/)


Anglo-Ethiopian Society: (»» www.anglo-ethiopian.org/)


H-Horn (H Net: Humanities & Social Sciences): (»» networks.h-horn.org)



INSTITUTES/CENTRES:-

International Centre for the Study of the Christian Orient (»» www.icsco.org)




USEFUL LINKS:


CONFERENCES:

For Conference Links (see: Conferences)




FUNDING:

UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation) - World Heritage Centre (»» www.whc.unesco.org/en/list/15)


Ethiopian Heritage Fund (»» www.ethiopianheritagefund.org/)



TRAVEL:

MARTIN RANDEL TRAVEL
Excursion to Ethiopia (»» www.martinrandell.com)

"A new tour for 2013, journeying through the most striking landscapes Africa has to offer. Three days exploring the remote and little-visited rock-hewn churches of East Tigray, the country’s best kept secret. Lalibela: Jerusalem in Ethiopia, one of the wonders of Africa. We spend three nights here. A full day on the beautiful and eerie Lake Tana, with visits to secluded monasteries. Led by Professor David W Phillipson, an archaeologist with over 40 years experience working in East Africa. A more relaxed pace than is the norm for Ethiopian tours, limited places, Main Flight is from London - Ethiopia."


 

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