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PDF | 55 minutes read | On Jan 1, , Peter H. Sand and others published In book: The Fetha Nagast: The Law of the Kings, Publisher. The Fetha Nagast (Ge'ez: ፍትሐ ነገሥት fətḥa nägäśt, “Law of the Kings”) is a legal code compiled around by the Coptic Egyptian Christian. This feature of Fetha Nagast is well reflected in its popular Amharic. (Ethiopian National language) designation as Yebáhirya hegg: i.e. “the law from overseas”.


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famous Ethiopian work, “The Këbra Nagast,” i.e. the “Glory of the Kings [of .. the chapters of the Fëtha Nagasti in the original Ethiopic, there was no longer any. Fetha ediclumpoti.tk - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. THE FETHA NAGAST The Law of the Kings - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Translated from the Ge'ez by ABBA PAULOS TZADUA.

Encyclopaedia Aethiopica. Paulos Tzadua It is however un- deniable that it was held in great esteem by local scholars and judges due to its spiritual character. The first one to bear witness to the application of the F. In spite of its being an object of considerable pride and veneration by Ethiopians. As to the trans- lator. The date of the Ethiopic translation is still debated.

In compiling the secular part. As a matter of fact.

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A passage in the Ethiopic Senodos. Some scholars deem this work to have been compiled for the use of the Episcopalis audientia. The formal position of the F. Roma Maria Nallino ed. Getatchew Haile.

ZDMG SixDeu It was studied in the school of exegesis Mas. MahZekr 68f. Raccolta di scritti editi e inediti. RSE At the same time.

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Eduard Sachau — Karl Georg Bruns ed. RRALm ser. Napoli text.. In a new Penal Code was issued.. Ignazio Guidi ed. As a mark of importance of the F. Guidi CRHist 75f.

A work such as the F. More remarkably. GrafLit vol. Carlo Alfonso Nallino. The Law of the Kings. Leipzig The Fetha Na- gast. Addis Ababa Lit. The Chronicles of as. Paulos Tzadua ed.

Ignazio Guidi. He emphasized his intention not to depart from the law written in the F. Giuseppe A. GuiLet 78f. Wilhelm Riedel ed. Alessandro Bausi. Being a very complicated book. New York — Roman Law in the Modern World. The present essay is an attempt to identify the genuine link between the ancient laws of Ethiopia and the ancient law of Rome.

African Law Studies 5 1. See Sergew Hable-Sellassie. Popovici ed. For a useful bibliographical survey see J. Addis Ababa University. Eighty years ago. McGill University Montreal Canada.

University of Bonn 58— Ethiopia still is an unknown country. See also P. Revised from 11 Journal of Ethiopian Law 71—81 Krapf note 35 below Abessinien und die Evangelische Mission. Ten Years in Abyssinia London The Blue Nile London See H. Leben und Werk eines Forschungsreisenden Frankfurt Classe di Scienze Morali.

Codices Aethiopici Oxford See A. Storiche et Filologiche Ser. Edinburgh The Highlands of Aethiopia. Catalogus codicum manuscriptorum bibliothecae Bodleianae Oxoniensis. Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile in the Years — English re-edi- tion: Reise in Abyssinien. A Cultural History London The loot was auctioned off on the spot. After Isenberg sent a copy of the Fetha Nagast to London in Conti Rossini. Voyage dans le royaume de Choa Paris Rome Eine Landeskunde nach Reisen und Studien in den Jahren — Fragmentary Latin translations of the Fetha Nagast had been published by Arnold and Bachmann Testi di diritto an- tichi e moderni riguardanti gli etiopi Codificazione canonica orientale: Fragments of the edition chapters Africa Italiana Nos.

The next major advance in textual research was again prompted acciden- tally by military action.

Corpus iuris abessinorum: Mauro da Leonessa and Rossi Canevari In Addis Ababa Libri aethiopici Fetha Negest. Ius connubii Berlin [chapters 24 and 25]. Abba Paulos Tzadua.

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Zotenbergh note 12 above — excerpts from chapter 37 of the Fetha Nagast. See note 78 below. On the Ethiopian collections in general see Pankhurst note 15 above Fetha Negast: Il libro dei re. The first part of the Fetha Nagast chapters 1—22 deals with matters of ecclesias- tic law. See E. Il Fetha Nagast o Legislazione dei Re: Codice Ecclesiastico e Civile di Abissinia Rome — Strauss ed. Rossi Canevari. It has been followed closely by the subsequent Italian texts of de Castro Mauro da Leonessa.

The Fetha Nagast: The Law of the Kings P. Commer- cial ventures. Regulations of the church regard- ing hair. Lease and rent. Penal provisions for drunkenness. Lost and ownerless things. Dictionary of the Amharic Language London Coercion and duress. Miscellaneous provisions from the Old and New Testament. Paulos Tzadua note 29 above xvii. Rights and duties of the king. Acknowledgment of debt.

Judges and judicial procedure. Paulos Tzadua note 29 xvi. A Latin table of contents may be found in Dillmann note 11 above. Loan for use. Reisen in Ostafrika.

Penal provisions for sexual offences. Penal provisions for homicide. Pittsburg Rubenson ed. Penal provisions for blasphemy. Partner- ship. Amharic edition note 24 above 8 col.

Amharic edition note 24 col. Slavery and the manumission of slaves. The table of contents given here follows in general the English terminology of Paulos Tzadua note 29 above.

Penal provisions for theft. Prohibition of concubinage. In this regard. See note 52 below. Reproduced in the two printed editions of the nomocanon note 39 above. See W. Four of the manuscripts erroneously identify him as the author of the final nomocanon.

See also A. On the Preface see note 52 below. Besides serving as legal adviser to the 75th Patriarch of Alexandria. Some of the manuscripts seem to suggest a certain similarity with the successions chapter No. Whilst an earlier. Christliches Reich zwischen Gestern und Morgen Wiesbaden Biography and bibliography in Graf note 39 above — Except for the first part of the pref- ace and for the appendix. See G. On the contrary. Geschichte der Christlichen Arabischen Lit- eratur.

Cyril III ibn Laqlaq — Unlike the ancient Coptic papyri of the Greco-Roman period. See B. Byzantine-Roman law of personal status was continued in the Ottoman Empire. Under Article 34 5 of the Constitution. Most of the resulting translations-compilations50 were used and accepted also by the Coptic community. Romanistische Abteilung Christianity did not provide its followers with an elaborate legal system.

Die Christliche Literatur des Orients. Die Kirchenrechtsquellen des Patriarchats Alexandrien Leipzig Philologisch-Historische Klasse Part 5 Graf note 39 above. This pious forgery — deliberate. A Manual of Roman Law: The Procheiron Cambridge See also notes 76 and 94 below. Codice Theodosiano et Justinianaeo. Greek and Latin edition by C. A considerable amount of research and polemics. The translation from Greek to Arabic appears to have been made by Melchites in the late 12th or early 13th century.

See the translation by Paulos Tzadua note 29 above 5—9. Riedel note 51 above In his letter The source of the infor- mation written by Rufinus, of facts that happened between around the years and , was Aedesius, the brother of Frumentius. In fact the two brothers were together during the journey in which they were captured and taken to Aksum where they served at the court for several years. It is also noteworthy that Rufinus speaks of India Ulterior and not of Ethiopia, cf. Guidi ed. Guidi, Storia della letteratura etiopica, Roma , pp.

Conti Rossini wrote: Early Versions of the New Testament: Fiaccadori observes: Thus, fascinat- ing as it may sound it should have been avoided. In fact in , without supplying any proof, Fiaccadori changes his mere conjecture into a fact, when he writes: In a footnote n.

Novum Testamentum aethiop- ice: The Synoptic Gospels. General Introduction. Dillmann, would not have come into existence, at least in the size in which it was published. There is no doubt that the translation of the biblical and extra- biblical texts, as well as the flourishing of religious literature e.

Henoch would have been rendered in B. The composi- tion of the books of Samuel and Kings would have started during the reign of Saul. There is an analogous conviction with regard to the New Testament: The Qerlos, a compendium of patristic and theological works, gathers together writings which were not all penned by Cyril of Alexandria.

It includes: For the whole discussion of the date, cf. In the manuscript EMML , the book of Enoch appears at the beginning of the list of the canonical prophetic books. II, pp. Mark wrote in Latin, eleven years after the Ascension, either in Egypt or in Rome. Luke wrote in Greek in Macedonia, twenty-one years after the Ascension.

John too used Greek and wrote his gospel in Ephesus, thirty or thirty-five years after the Ascen- sion. Traditional exegesis divides the process of translation of the biblical texts into three periods: Ullendorff , p.

According to this prominent scholar, the Old and the New Testament would have been translated in the fourth century, cf. KWKDict, pp. They have made good use of works of Western scholars, from J. Potken, H. Ludolf, A. Dillmann up to E. They have also consulted experts who do not belong to the EOTC. It is a strategic choice which is founded on the deepseated conviction that hermeneutics is a good ally of the text, if not a guarantor of its preser- vation in its integrity. Such a conviction is buttressed by readings like 2Cor 3: Tedros Abraha, La Lettera ai Romani.

Translating, pp. A Critical Edi- tion, Oxford , by the same author. The centuries long tem- poral gap that separates the earliest translations from the available manu- script attestation25 is a virtually insurmountable obstacle that makes any attempt to reconstruct the Urtext hazardous.

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Inscriptions of the Aksumite era26 do hint that the work of translation of parts of the Bible, such as the Gospels and the Psalms, was carried out at the end of the fourth and at the beginning of the fifth centuries. A quick look at a critical edition of any part of the Bible allows one to see the various strata of the textual tradition.

The first layer of the textual tradition is an archetype which recounts a difficult interaction between two completely different languages: Knibb, Translating, pp.

These early witnesses have been profitably used by R. Part III. Faced with the daunting task of translating, the people involved in the enterprise, beside the paratactic texts mentioned above, in the face of impossible passages, resorted to simplifications or to ignoring outright difficult words and whole passages.

Attempts to inculturate the original are also visible. The instances of pedantic literal translations are count- less. The mis- translations and poor renderings do show their problematic understand- ing of the Greek. The forms of proper and common nouns,32 the terms reproduced with the Greek case endings, the additions and omissions, the inadequate comprehension of Hebrew by the translators of the LXX inher- 30 J.

This is even more compelling when the scholar is faced with readings that differ from the uncials. One of the most eloquent cases is the Book of Wisdom in which there are many variants that need to be retrieved from the minuscules. Il ciclo agiografico dei nove. Piovanelli, Aethiopica 17 , pp. The two appendix verses in the revised text of Acts of the Apostles They read: Then he departed from Rome after having lived there for two years.

He was stricken by the sword and died as a martyr after having endured torments. Westcott and F. Wechsler ed. The text reads: And then, when he reveals the riches of his glory he will bring in the angels of mercy, those ready for pardon.

There is no doubt then that marked the climax of previous discussions around the status of sacred books. The two verses are not found in the early versions of the Acts of the Apostles, cf. Niccum, The Bible in Ethiopia. Enchiridion Biblicum. Documenti della Chiesa sulla Sacra Scrittura, Bologna , pp.

The first one is the Muratorian Canon of the second century , whereas nr. Simonetti, Origene esegeta e la sua tradizione, Brescia ; R.

Within the group of the Epistles, he mentions the writings of Peter and of Paul. The Apostolic Letters are reliable and useful but they base themselves on the words of the Law and of the Prophets for their authoritativeness. Their words would not have the same weight as those introduced by the formula: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John. Origen defended the acceptance of the books that constituted the longer canon, namely the books contained in the LXX, because the Church be- lieved that they descended from the Apostles.

These additional books are normally quoted as Scripture and treated as Scripture. As al- ready pointed out, in his discussion around the LXX, Origen refers to it affirming that: Commentary to John 1: Quotation in Eusebio, Historia Ecclesiastica 6.

There is a Scripture acknowledged as a divine Word, and as such mandatory.

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Many biblical witnesses are evoked to prove their inspiration and consequently the canonicity of the Old and of the New Testament. The girls awald saw her, the queens paid tribute 55 The other Churches are: Their texts and their in- terpretations are like buds sprouting from the Old and New Testament.

Moreover, even the Hymns of Yared sixth century are not excluded from the biblical canon; in fact, in the official documents concerning the doctrine and the practice of the EOTC, they are presented before the discussion of the biblical canon, cf.

As for the horns, they are: The seven eyes are the seven Books of the Churches: If they argue, saying: The answer is Each of them has been counted as ten, thence it is said sixty. The books of the Old Testament are eighty. Lusini; G. First and foremost: Instead, it is very likely that, at that time, even texts such as The Shepherd of Hermas64 of the late first or early second century have been considered as inspired books.

Yared is considered the fa- ther of hymnody and of sacred music of the EOTC. It is worth recalling that The Shepherd of Hermas, even though in the appendix, is found in the Codex Sinaiticus. Hermae Pastor. Lipsiae Tedros , p. Bausi , pp.

Piovanelli, Aksum and the Bible: Old Assump- tions and New Perspectives. Recently, polemical- apologetic works in defense of awald have been published in which the authors state that they write to counter winds threatening to the apocry- phal books. They quote as an example the letter of Jude 9. MQ, p. A remark, albeit indirect which indicates the canonical status of the Apocalypse. Synodos-Canons of the Church. Synodos-Canons of the Holy Apostles.

Synodos-Constitutions of the Apostles. Synodos-Canons of the of Apostles the Holy. Fetha Nagast-Article 2.Roman Law in the Modern World. New York — Christliches Reich zwischen Gestern und Morgen Wiesbaden Jopan SJ. English translation based on Arabic manuscript No. Besides serving as legal adviser to the 75th Patriarch of Alexandria.

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