Täklä-‘Iyäsus, Abba (fl. 13th century A.D.), was a nephew of Abba Hirutä-‘Amlak and a disciple of Abba ‘Iyäsus Mo’a in his bark when the latter conferred his blessing on Emperor Yekuno-‘Amlak on the waters of Lake Hayq.
S. Kur (ed. and trans.), Actes de Iyasus Mo’a, CSCO, Scriptores aethiopici, t. 49 and t. 50, p. 29 of text and p. 24 of trans.
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