AXU

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AXUApplication Specific Execution Unit
AXUAxum (airport code; Ethiopia)
AXUAlexco Resource Corporation (Canada)
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Even after the prophet's death in 632, relations with Axum remained cordial.
Axum contains the Cathedral of Saint Mary of Zion, one of the world's oldest Christian cathedrals.
It quickly over-ran Adowa and the holy city of Axum. The Ethiopians fought as well as they were able with often primitive arms against the modernised, professional army of the invaders, who used their air force (and poison gas) to telling effect, but the end was not really in doubt.
Nearly seventy years after it was stolen, the Italian government has returned an ancient obelisk to its rightful home in the northern town of Axum. The 1,700 year old monument was looted by Benito Mussolini's soldiers in 1937.
September 5, 2008 (ADDIS ABABA) eI| Thousands of Ethiopians on Thursday cheered the long-awaited restoration of the 1,700-year-old Axum obelisk to its original site in the country's north.
By Tefa-alem Tekle August 4, 2008 (AXUM) — Ethiopia successfully reinstalled its most iconic monuments, Axum Obelisk that has been in exile for 68 years, after the third and last section of the Obelisk was successfully mounted by the UNESCO teams at original location last week.
Then a promise was extracted from the Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, to honour a long-made pledge to return an ancient obelisk to Axum in northern Ethiopia, from where it was looted in 1937 by Mussolini's troops.
By Tefa-alem Tekle August 4, 2008 (AXUM) Co Ethiopia successfully reinstalled its most iconic monuments, Axum Obelisk that has been in exile for 68 years, after the third and last section of the Obelisk was successfully mounted by the UNESCO teams at original location last week.
Doesn't he know that historical traces of Christianity have been found in Black Africa (Axum, Ethiopia)?
Ethiopia is still awaiting the long-promised return from Italy of a priceless obelisk that was taken from Axum in northern Ethiopia on Mussolini's orders in 1937, but they can now console themselves with the return of a sacred church tablet known as the "Tabor", taken by the British in 1868 from Maqdala in northern Ethiopia and kept in Scotland for 133 years.
This was one of the six obelisks dating over 3,000 years and which had been erected at Axum when Ethiopia adopted Christianity under emperor Ezana in the fourth century.