The Life of Walatta-Petros
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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Geschichte
This concise edition of the biography of Walatta-Petros (1672) tells the story of an Ethiopian saint who lived from 1592 to 1642 and led a successful nonviolent movement to preserve African Christian beliefs in the face of European protocolonialism. This is the oldest-known book-length biography of an African woman written by Africans before the nineteenth century, and one of the earliest stories of African resistance to European influence. Written by her disciples after her death, The Life of Walatta-Petros praises her as a friend of women, a devoted reader, a skilled preacher, and a radical leader, providing a rare picture of the experiences and thoughts of Africans—especially women—before the modern era. In addition to an authoritative and highly readable translation, this edition, which omits the notes and scholarly apparatus of the hardcover, features a new introduction aimed at students and general readers.
Will of God, Potion, Desert Fathers, Slavery, Censer, Missionary, Achan (biblical figure), Meal, Take Shelter, Olive oil, Catholicism, Tabot, Vestry, Angel of God, Sackcloth, Soul and Body, Baptism, Fruit of the Holy Spirit, Ethiopian literature, Parchment, Intercession, Recitation, Renunciation, Esau, Christian monasticism, Sanctification, Consummation, Illustration, Faras, False prophet, Christian, Prayer book, Apostasy, Rest in peace, Clergy, Laziness, The Various, Glorification, Glossary, Elijah, Psalms, Martyr, Third Heaven, Catholic Church, Luke the Evangelist, Great Tribulation, Nun, Eternal life (Christianity), Theosis (Eastern Orthodox theology), Walatta Petros, Manuscript, Haymanot, Fornication, Month, Elisha, Trod, Righteousness, Supplication, Coffin, Kohen, Gleaning, Philology, Paperback, Leather, Vigil, Vestment, Hagiography, Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, Mourning, Parable, Monasticism, Prostration, Humility, Salutation, Oral history, Persecution, Religious community, Fasting, God Knows (novel), Society of Jesus, Itinerant preacher, Behold, Monastery, Four corners of the world, Poetry, Lake Tana, Macarius, Vegetable, Memorial service (Orthodox), Religion, Ark of the Covenant, Love of Christ, Christianity, Edict, State religion, Afonso Mendes, Asceticism, Saint Peter, God, Myrrh