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The Abyssinian–Adal war was a military conflict between the Ethiopian Empire and the Adal Sultanate that took place from 1529 until 1543.

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  • Abyssinian– Adal war
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  • The Abyssinian–Adal war was a military conflict between the Ethiopian Empire and the Adal Sultanate that took place from 1529 until 1543.
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  • Abyssinian–Adal war
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  • The Abyssinian–Adal war was a military conflict between the Ethiopian Empire and the Adal Sultanate that took place from 1529 until 1543.
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  • 25pxAdal Sultanate
  • Medri Bahri
  • (1542–43)
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  • Status quo ante bellum
  • *Weakening of the Abyssinians and Adalites, which opened the door forThe Great Oromo Migrations.
  • *Conflict continues between the armies of theImperialandAmiric successors;GalawdewosandNur ibn Mujahid.
  • *Withdrawal of the Adal-Ottoman armies from theEthiopian Highlandsafter the death ofAhmed ibn Ibrahim al-Ghazi.
  • *Continued Ottoman military presence in the region, forcing Medri Bahri to switch allegiance to Adal.
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  • Yagbea Sion Battling the Sultan of Adal ʿUmarDīn Maḥamed.
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  • Abyssinian– Adal war
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  • Status quo ante bellum *Withdrawal of the Adal-Ottoman armies from the Ethiopian Highlands after the death of Ahmed ibn Ibrahim al-Ghazi. *Conflict continues between the armies of the Imperial and Amiric successors; Galawdewos and Nur ibn Mujahid. *Continued Ottoman military presence in the region, forcing Medri Bahri to switch allegiance to Adal. *Weakening of the Abyssinians and Adalites, which opened the door for The Great Oromo Migrations.
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