Anexo:Lista de reis de Axum

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Reis, durante o apogeu do Reino de Axum[editar | editar código-fonte]

A seguir com base em S. C. Munro-Hay, Aksum (Edinburgh: University Press, 1991), pp. 67f

Datas de posse Nome Notas
c. 100 Zoskales possivelmente, o "Za Haqala" da lista de Reis
c. 200 GDRT
(vocalized by historians as "Gadarat")

inscriptions mention his son BYGT (vocalizado como "Beyga" ou "Beygat")

c. 230 - c.240 `DBH
(vocalized as "`Azaba" or "`Adhebah")
inscriptions mention his son GRMT (vocalized as "Girma")
c. 250 Sembrouthes
c. 260 DTWNS
(vocalized as "Datawnas")
inscriptions mention his son ZQRNS (vocalized as "Zaqarnas")
c. 270 - c.300 Endubis
fl. early 4th century Aphilas
fl. early 4th century Wazeba
c. 320 Ousanas
c. 333 - c. 356 Ezana
c. 350 MHDYS
(vocalized as "Mehadeyis")
fl. late 4th century Ouazebas
c. 400 Eon possibly the "Huina" from the Book of the Himyarites
fl. 5th century Ebana
fl. 5th century Nezool also called "Nezana"
c. 500 Ousas,
also spelled "Ousana(s)"
possibly Tazena, father of Kaleb
c. 520 Kaleb tradition names his son Gabra Masqal
fl. mid 6th century Alla Amidas
fl. mid 6th century Wazena
fl. mid 6th century W`ZB
vocalized as "Wa`zeb"
possibly "Ella Gabaz", son of Kaleb
fl. mid 6th century Ioel
c. 575 Hataz identified with "Iathlia"
c. 577 Saifu
c. 590 Israel tradition also records an Israel, son of Kaleb
c. 600 Gersem
c. 614 Armah possibly identical with Ashama ibn Abjar
died c. 630 Ashama ibn Abjar tradition also records an Ella Tsaham (Illa Ṣaḥām)

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