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The Sultanate of Aussa was a kingdom that existed in the Afar Region in eastern Ethiopia in the 18th and 19th centuries. It was considered to be the leading monarchy of the Afar people, to whom the other Afar rulers nominally acknowledged primacy. The Sultanate was incorporated into Italian East Africa in 1936, and became part of Ethiopia in 1945, although nominal Sultans continued to be named under Ethiopian rule and the region continued to enjoy considerable autonomy within Ethiopia during the 1950s to 1970s.

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  • سلطنة عفر
  • Sultanat d'Awsa
  • Awsa
  • Kesultanan Aussa
  • Awsa
  • Sultanato di Aussa
  • Sultanate of Aussa
  • オーッサ・スルタン国
  • Sultanato de Aussa
  • Ауса (султанат)
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  • El sultanat d'Awsa (o Aussa o Assaw (1734-present, conegut també com a sultanat àfar, fou una monarquia musulmana que va existir a la costa de la mar Roja en terres de les modernes Etiòpia, Eritrea i Djibuti entre els segles XVIII i l'actualitat. Altres sultans àfars li reconeixien primacia.
  • السلطنة العفرية هي عبارة عن ممالك ظهرت على الساحل الجنوبي من البحر الأحمر في القرن الأفريقي تشمل أجزاء من إرتريا وإثيوبيا وجيبوتي، أشهر الممالك:
  • Áwsa (deutsch auch Aussa) ist seit dem 18. Jahrhundert ein muslimisches Sultanat des Afar-Volkes und eine historische Region Äthiopiens. Die Sultane tragen den Titel Amóyta (arabisch: sultân).
  • オーッサ・スルタン国又はアファール首長国は、1734年~1936年にかけてエチオピア東部のアファール州に存在した王国。アファール人が支配していた。1936年にイタリア領東アフリカに併合され、1945年にエチオピアの一部になった。1970年代までは名目上のスルタンがエチオピア政府により指名され、大きな自治権を持っていた。
  • The Sultanate of Aussa was a kingdom that existed in the Afar Region in eastern Ethiopia in the 18th and 19th centuries. It was considered to be the leading monarchy of the Afar people, to whom the other Afar rulers nominally acknowledged primacy. The Sultanate was incorporated into Italian East Africa in 1936, and became part of Ethiopia in 1945, although nominal Sultans continued to be named under Ethiopian rule and the region continued to enjoy considerable autonomy within Ethiopia during the 1950s to 1970s.
  • O Sultanato de Aussa (grafia alternativa: Awsa, também conhecido como Sultanato Afar foi um reino que existiu na região de Afar, na durante o séculos 18 e 19. Considera-se a principal monarquia dos afares. O Sultanato foi incorporado pela África Oriental Italiana em 1936 e parte dela pela Etiópia em 1945. Embora o Sultanato Afar tenha continuado sob o domínio etíope, a região Afar continuou a gozar de uma autonomia considerável dentro da Etiópia durante a década de 1950 a 1970.
  • Ауса (Авса) (1734—1936) — африканська держава, що утворилася внаслідок занепаду імамату Ауса. 1889 року визнано італійський протекторат. 1936 року приєднано до Італійської Східної Африки.
  • L'Awsa, parfois transcrit Aoussa, est la zone du delta intérieur de l'Awash, à l'Est de l'Éthiopie, dans la région Afar. L'Awsa est le siège d'une entité politique autonome, restée pratiquement indépendante jusqu'à la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Son dernier dirigeant, parfois appelé «sultan», fut Ali Mirah Hanfare, déposé par les autorités éthiopiennes après la révolution de 1974. Le territoire soumis à son contrôle à la fin du XIXe siècle et au début du XXe comprenait des espaces aujourd'hui compris à l'ouest de la République de Djibouti.
  • Kesultanan Aussa (ejaan alternatif Awsa, juga dikenal dengan sebutan Kesultanan Afar) adalah sebuah kerajaan yang terletak di Region Afar di Etiopia timur pada abad ke-18 dan ke-19. Dalam sejarahnya, masyarakat Afar terbagi menjadi kerajaan-kerajaan kecil yang dipimpin oleh seorang sultan. Pada tahun 1734, Data Kadafo mendirikan dan memulai sejarah kerajaan ini.
  • Il Sultanato di Aussa (o anche: Awsa o Assaw (r. 1734-Oggi, conosciuto anche come il Sultanato degli Afar, fu un regno esistito nell'Etiopia orientale nell'area confinante con il Gibuti.Fu considerato la monarchia dominante il popolo Afar, al quale gli altri governanti Afar nominalmente riconosciuto primato.La società Afar è tradizionalmente suddivisa in regni indipendenti, ognuno governato dal suo sultano.Il sultanato di aussa succede al precedente Imamato di Aussa (questo sistema nacque nel 1577 quando Muhammed Jasa spostò la capitale da Harar ad Aussa con la divisione del sulatanato di adal nelle città stato di Harari e Aussa.
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