Mentewab (Ge'ez : ምንትዋብ Məntəwab, min-tiwwāb, Amharic: "How beautiful she is"; c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Welete Giyorgis ("Daughter of St. George"). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogasa or "Glorifier of Light". This was to compliment the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows".

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  • Mentewab (Ge'ez : ምንትዋብ Məntəwab, min-tiwwāb, Amharic: "How beautiful she is"; c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Welete Giyorgis ("Daughter of St. George"). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogasa or "Glorifier of Light". This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez : ምንትዋብ Məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Wälättä Giyorgis (Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Bərhan Mogäsa (Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez : ምንትዋብ Məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Walatta Giyorgis (Ge’ez: ወለተ ጊዮርጊስ wälättä giyorgis, Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogassa (Ge’ez: ብርሃን ሞገሳ bərhan mogässa, Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez: ምንትዋብ Məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Walatta Giyorgis (Ge’ez: ወለተ ጊዮርጊስ wälättä giyorgis, Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogassa (Ge’ez: ብርሃን ሞገሳ bərhan mogässa, Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez: ምንትዋብ məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb, "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Walatta Giyorgis (Ge’ez: ወለተ ጊዮርጊስ wälättä giyorgis, Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogassa (Ge’ez: ብርሃን ሞገሳ bərhan mogässa, Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
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  • Mentewab (Ge'ez : ምንትዋብ Məntəwab, min-tiwwāb, Amharic: "How beautiful she is"; c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Welete Giyorgis ("Daughter of St. George"). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogasa or "Glorifier of Light". This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez : ምንትዋብ Məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Wälättä Giyorgis (Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Bərhan Mogäsa (Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez : ምንትዋብ Məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Walatta Giyorgis (Ge’ez: ወለተ ጊዮርጊስ wälättä giyorgis, Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogassa (Ge’ez: ብርሃን ሞገሳ bərhan mogässa, Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez: ምንትዋብ Məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Walatta Giyorgis (Ge’ez: ወለተ ጊዮርጊስ wälättä giyorgis, Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogassa (Ge’ez: ብርሃን ሞገሳ bərhan mogässa, Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
  • Mentewab (Ge'ez: ምንትዋብ məntəwwab or min-tiwwāb, "Oh, what beauty!") (c. 1706 - 27 June 1773), was Empress of Ethiopia, consort of Emperor Bakaffa, mother of Iyasu II and grandmother of Iyoas I. She was also known officially by her baptismal name of Walatta Giyorgis (Ge’ez: ወለተ ጊዮርጊስ wälättä giyorgis, Daughter of [St.] George). Mentewab was a major political figure during the reigns of her son the Emperor Iyasu and grandson Iyoas. Empress Mentewab was also known by the honorific of Berhan Mogassa (Ge’ez: ብርሃን ሞገሳ bərhan mogässa, Glorifier of Light). This was to complement the honorific of her son Iyasu II, who was Berhan Seged or "He To Whom the Light Bows". (en)
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