Benyam, Abba (perhaps fl. c. 10th century A.D.), was a bishop who, according to the Gädlä Iyäsus-Mo’a, came at some time after Sälama Zä-‘Azéb and also gave his benediction to the monastery of Däbrä Hayq.
S. Kur (ed. and trans.), Actes de Iyasus Mo’a, Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, Scriptores aethiopici, t. 49 and t. 50, pp. 49 of text and 40 of trans.
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