Berbers, Spices, Slaves – Somali area in 560 C.E.


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    The “Homerite Kingdom” is described in the southern tip of the Arabian peninsula in the 1st century Periplus of the Erythraean Sea.

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    Adal lasted until the 16th century after the defeat of Imam Ahmed Gurey. In early 17th century, exactly 1603, the first Ugaas of Awdal was crowned. Ibaro is probably the “Duriyada”.

    Jaberti shows the original homeland of the :D” block. It seems the tiny Somali territory in the Benadir coast conquered and displaced the large Oromo land.

    I wonder what happen to the Gabooye empire and territory. As the twenty century begun, they are scattered all over the place.

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    If these maps are correct, the Somali expansion was amazingly fast and substantial. No wonder Oromos claim many parts of Somalia.

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    I like Aromata, Cape of Spices and the Gulf of Avalites (Awdalites). 🙂

    These are great names that should be revived. I wonder if APONE is how Hobyo name came into existence.

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    could you please share the source, how legit is this?

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