If you are using the keyboard provided, please note that there are four layers, the normal one and those activated by Shift, Alt, Alt+Shift.
Normal and Shift contain mainly Fidal. Alt and Alt-Shift diacritics.
To enter letters in Fidal and the diacritics with this keyboard, which is independent of your local input selection, you can use two methods.
Orthographic variants of the Ethiopic language are searched as a standard if not otherwise
specified. The following are the options considered by the search engine.
'`', 'ʾ', 'ʿ' (note that you can use the tick if you are not sure about the two, but none will be inferred for you)
'ሀ', 'ሐ', 'ኀ', 'ሃ', 'ሓ', 'ኃ'
'ሀ', 'ሐ', 'ኀ'
'ሁ', 'ሑ', 'ኁ'
'ሂ', 'ሒ', 'ኂ'
'ሄ', 'ሔ', 'ኄ'
'ህ', 'ሕ', 'ኅ'
'ሆ', 'ሖ', 'ኆ'
'አ', 'ዐ', 'ኣ', 'ዓ'
If you search Taammera, you will not find Taʾammǝra or Taʿammera but only Taammera. Try Ta`ammera
instead or use the keyboard provided to enter aleph and ayn.
If you are searching for Yāʿǝqob, you will not have a lot of luck searching Yaqob, unless some kind cataloguer has actually added it into the data as simplified spelling form. Try instead entering Yaqob~0.5 which is a fuzzy search, this will return also Yāʿǝqob. Also Ya`eqob is fine for example.
Reportedly, up to 30 tābots (also those brought from the deserted churches in the vicinity).
Tābot of Mary in the upper church reserved for monks;
tābot of Takla Haymanot in the lower church for the local people.
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Use the tag BetMas:INS0005Gund in your public hypothes.is annotations which refer to this entity.