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Neville (Executive Editor) John J. Horton Robert A. Myers Ian Wallace Hans H. Wellisch Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr. John J. Horton is Deputy Librarian of the University of Bradford and currently Chairman of its Academic Board of Studies in Social Sciences. He has maintained a longstanding interest in the discipline of area studies and its associated bibliographical problems, with special reference to European Studies. In particular he has published in the field of Icelandic and of Yugoslav studies, including the two relevant volumes in the World Bibliographical Series.
During Armah's reign, Aksumite influence in South Arabia ended, but he continued to control the Red Sea area and favoured good relations with the Arabs because of mutual trade. He also continued the policy of allowing Muslim refugees to come to Ethiopia. When Mohammed asked him to permit these exiles to return, Armah agreed and the emigrés were sent to Medina where Mohammed had fled to escape his antagonists in Mecca. Located just south of present-day Massawa, the ancient port of Adulis was one of the most important Aksumite settlements in Eritrea.
Sather and Alan Swanson 81 Iran, Reza Navabpour 82 Dominica, Robert A. Myers 83 Denmark, Kenneth E. Miller 84 Paraguay, R. Andrew Nickson 85 Indian Ocean, Julia J. Gotthold with the assistance of Donald W. Gotthold 86 Egypt, Ragai N. Makar 87 Gibraltar, Graham J. Shields 88 The Netherlands, Peter King and Michael Wintle 89 Bolivia, Gertrude M. Yeager 90 Papua New Guinea, Fraiser McConnell 91 The Gambia, David P. Gamble 92 Somalia, Mark W. DeLancey, Sheila L. Elliott, December Green, Kenneth J. Menkhaus, Mohammad Haji Moqtar, Peter J.