Giho Wälättä-Mangäsa, (perhaps fl. c. 7th century A.D.), was a Christian lady whose death is commemorated in a Ge’ez inscription from Ham which may be dated to the seventh or eighth century. She lived in the reign of Emperor ‘Ellä-Sähel, but the King Lists record several rulers of this name in the century or so before Emperor Gäbrä-Mäsqäl.
A. K. Irvine
C. Conti Rossini, “L’iscrizione etiopica di Ham,” Atti della Reale Accademia d’Italia, Vol. I (1939), 151-6.
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