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Ethiopia is the African nation that traces its culture back to Axum.


The Kingdom of Axum was known for being the first major African nation to become Christian.


Axum was small. Then in the A.D. 300s, a bold king added territory and built a powerful nation.


They were influenced by Hebrew culture, and became the first Christian state in sub-Saharan Africa.


The decline of Axum let to what


Axum was located in present day Ethiopia


Axum is now where modern day Ethiopia is.


Kaleb of Axum died in 540.


It is Aksum not, Axum -_- ... They built Obelisks


it is AdulisActually Axum or Aksum was the capital of the Kingdom of Aksum or Axum (c.100 - c.940)It is now in Ethiopia


The relations between Muslims and Christians in Axum were peaceful. The Axum was on good terms with their Islamic neighbors.


The Axum Kingdom was located in present day Ethiopia.


The airport code for Axum Airport is AXU.


Axum had protected Muslims from persecution


Axum is not located in a desert. It is located in a sub tropical highland.


The Muslims allowed Axum to remain free.


Donna Axum was born in 1947, in El Dorado, Arkansas, USA.


Christianity becomes official religion of Axum.


Ezana was the first monarch of Axum to embrace Christianity.


Kingdom of Axum existed between 100 and 960 ACE. About 324 Axum converted to Christianity as a first major kingdom in the world. Before Christianity Axum was polytheistic, they had a main god Astar and his son Mahrem, who was supposedly the first ancestor of Aksumite kings, etc.


Axum -- It was located in Ethiopia, which is in eastern Africa.


The major body of water located near the Axum, is the Red Sea.



The Obelisk of Axum is a 1,700-year-old, 79-foot granite stele/obelisk, weighing 160 tonnes, in the city of Axum in Ethiopia. Axum was the ancient political and religious capital of Ethiopia. Though the exact date of its founding is not known, it is known that the Queen of Sheba, who reigned around 1000 B.C. had Axum as her royal capital. The exact procedure of its making is unknown to us. Only theories are said.


Carthage was terminated in 146 BCE. Axum was from early in the following millennium.



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