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Dungur (or Dungur 'Addi Kilte) is the name of the ruins of a substantial mansion located in the western part of Aksum, Ethiopia, the former capital of the Kingdom of Aksum. These ruins are located in the western part of Aksum, across the Gondar road from the Gudit Stelae field. Dungur is known locally and popularly as the Palace of the Queen of Sheba (i.e. the Palace of Makeda in Ethiopia). However, Stuart Munro-Hay describes it as "the sort of dwelling that a prosperous Aksumite, perhaps a noble or high official of the fourth to sixth centuries AD, might have constructed for himself."

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  • Dungur (or Dungur 'Addi Kilte) is the name of the ruins of a substantial mansion located in the western part of Aksum, Ethiopia, the former capital of the Kingdom of Aksum. These ruins are located in the western part of Aksum, across the Gondar road from the Gudit Stelae field. Dungur is known locally and popularly as the Palace of the Queen of Sheba (i.e. the Palace of Makeda in Ethiopia). However, Stuart Munro-Hay describes it as "the sort of dwelling that a prosperous Aksumite, perhaps a noble or high official of the fourth to sixth centuries AD, might have constructed for himself."
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Dungur (o Dungur 'Addi Kilte) è il nome delle rovine di un grande palazzo situato nella parte occidentale di Axum, in Etiopia, vecchia capitale del regno di Axum. Le rovine si trovano lungo la strada per Gondar, vicino al campo della stele Gudit.
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  • Dungur (or Dungur 'Addi Kilte) is the name of the ruins of a substantial mansion located in the western part of Aksum, Ethiopia, the former capital of the Kingdom of Aksum. These ruins are located in the western part of Aksum, across the Gondar road from the Gudit Stelae field. Dungur is known locally and popularly as the Palace of the Queen of Sheba (i.e. the Palace of Makeda in Ethiopia). However, Stuart Munro-Hay describes it as "the sort of dwelling that a prosperous Aksumite, perhaps a noble or high official of the fourth to sixth centuries AD, might have constructed for himself."
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Dungur (o Dungur 'Addi Kilte) è il nome delle rovine di un grande palazzo situato nella parte occidentale di Axum, in Etiopia, vecchia capitale del regno di Axum. Le rovine si trovano lungo la strada per Gondar, vicino al campo della stele Gudit. Dungur è noto localmente anche come Palazzo della regina di Sheba (ovvero il Palazzo di Makeda in Etiopia). Stuart Munro-Hay lo definisce "il tipo di palazzo che un facoltoso axumita, forse un nobile o un alto ufficiale del IV/VI secolo, potrebbe aver costruito per sé stesso".
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