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English: Created by me ( Yom). Map of Medieval Ethiopian provinces in large bold lettering, sub-provinces in small lettering, and neighboring tribes in italics (not part of Ethiopia in Medieval times - some may have had their own kingdoms).
Date 3 July 2006 (first version); 3 July 2006 (last version)
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