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Amhara (also known as Bete Amhara, "The house of Amhara") was the name of a medieval province of Ethiopia, located in present-day Amhara Region, and the pre-1996 province of Wollo. And gave its name to the Amharic language, which in turn gave its name to the Amhara people.
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