Information about Emperor Fasilides of Ethiopia

Emperor Fasilides of Ethiopia (20 November 1603 - 18 October 1667)

Fasilides (Ge'ez ፋሲልደስ), also known as Fasil or Basilide, was emperor of Ethiopia from 1632 to 18 October 1667, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. His throne name was ʿAlam Sagad (Ge'ez ዓለም ሰገድ ), meaning "to whom the world bows". He was the son of Emperor Susenyos I and Empress Sultana Mogassa, born at Magazaz in Shewa. His paternal grandfather's name was also Fasilides.

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ፋሲልደስ (Emperor Fasilides) Flag of Ethiopia Ethiopia 1632 18 October 1667
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