Yemsa’e-Mehrät, Diyaqon (perhaps fl.early 13th century A.D.), was a deacon of the Church of St. Mika’él who received a summons from the Angel Gäbre’él to accompany Abba ‘Iyäsus-Mo’a on his journey to Däbrä Damo and to see that he became a monk.
S. Kur (ed. trans.), Actes de Iyasus Mo’a, Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, Scriptores aethiopici, t. 49 and t. 50, pp. 8 and 9 of text and p. 7 of trans.
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