An historic event. ⭐️ Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, UK as they bowed to then Empress Menen Asfaw consort of the Ethiopian Empire and her legendary husband Emperor Haile Selassie. He was said to be a direct descendant of the Queen of Sheba and the biblical King Solomon, of Israel. #Respect #Noalternativefacts
Very Distinctive Ethiopian Gold Plated Coptic Cross Jewelry Set
Ethiopian Coptic Church carved as a SINGLE piece into the living bedrock over 1000yrs ago. Amazing but true
Emperor Haile Selassie & Empress Menen of Ethiopia in '1955' (1947-1948 E.C) Alfred Eisenstaedt photographs - Life Magazine Collection - Ethiopia Essay '55 hosted by Google Images.google.com/hosted/life
King Solomon and Queen of Sheba: Their Son and Jewish bloodline in Africa
Menelik I also kmown as the son of the wise is believed to be the son of King Solomon of Ancient Israel. Many traditional folklore in Jewish, Islamic and Ethiopian literature have it that Que…
L'empereur Haile Selassie Ier, la reine Elizabeth II et le prince...
L'empereur Haile Selassie Ier, la reine Elizabeth II et le prince Philip, lors de la visite officielle de la reine d'Angleterre, le 4 fevrier 1965, a Addis-Abeba, Ethiopie.
Silver Jubilee Entrance
The Emperor Haile Selassie and Empress Menen of Ethiopia during the celebration of their Silver Jubilee in November 1955. The Empress' train is held by her granddaughters, Princess Hirut Desta and Princess Seble Desta.
Her Imperial Majesty Empress Menen Asfaw
Wife and consort of Emperor Haile Selassie I. Empress Menen was the daughter of Jantirar Asfaw of Ambassel, and Woizero Sehin Mikael. Through her mother, Empress Menen was the granddaughter of Nigus Mikael, King of Wollo, and neice of Lij Iyasu (Iyasu V). Nigus Mikael's family claimed decent from the Prophet Mohammed. Negus Mikael's first wife, Woizero Fantaye Gebru (maternal grandmother of Empress Menen) was a decentant of Emperor Susneyous the Catholic in the Seife Melekot line. Through…
Tewodros Dynasty (1855-1868)
Early years Kassa was the son of a Christian nobleman of the Qwara district of the province of Dembiya named Haile Giorgis Wolde Giorgis. His baptized paternal grandfather, Dejazmatch Wolde...
In the early 20th century, Paul Merab (His real name, Petre Merabishvili ) the personal physician of Emperor Menelik II of Ethiopia, and who owned the first pharmacy in Addis Ababa