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This book reconstructs a history of Hadiya Sultanate to the sixteenth century.
The etymology of Hadiya, political geography, military conflict against Christian kingdom from early thirteenth to sixteenth centuries, the role of Hadiya during the sixteenth century Christian-Muslim major war and Oromo expansion and their impacts on the Hadiya, and their religion are the focal points of this book.
Hadiya was one of the seven Muslim sultanates and it was one of the strongest among them.
However, due to several conflicts against Christian kingdom in the early thirteenth to sixteenth centuries they seem to have reduced their political power and territories as well as the numbers population became reduced.
Therefore to carefully understand their exact geographical location of them may be difficult.
Instead of a fairly scattering of geographical situations with population densities varying according to their advantages of peace as well as natural resources great agglomeration of population had emerged, often centered on relatively difficult terrain and separated one another by considerable tracts of geographical setting.
Anwar Ayano graduted from Debre Berhan University, Department of History and Heritage Management.
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