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Bulletin de la Maison des Etudes Ethiopiennes, No. 1 by Jacques Bureau1
L'Empereur Menelik & l'Ethiopie by Guebrè-Heywèt Baykedagne2
Bulletin de la Maison des Etudes Ethiopiennes, No. 3 by Anna Hess3
Bulletin de la Maison des Etudes Ethiopiennes, No. 4 - Le Verdict du Serpent : Mythes, Contes et Récits des Gamo d'Ethiopie by Jacques Bureau4
Bulletin de la Maison des Etudes Ethiopiennes, No. 5 - አቡጊዳ by Jacques Bureau5
Bulletin de la Maison des Etudes Ethiopiennes, No. 6 - አባ ጤና ኢያሱ = Abba Tena Iyasu by Gobezé Taffete6
Bulletin de la Maison des Etudes Ethiopiennes, No. 8 - Marcel Cohen et ses successeurs ou cent ans d'etudes Ethiopiennes en France by Jacques Bureau8
ፈረንሣይ እና ኢትዮጵያ - የመቶ ዓመት ወዳጅነት = France Ethiopia - 100 Years of Relations by Jacques Bureau9
Bulletin de la Maison des Etudes Ethiopiennes, No. 10 - Casimir Mondon-Vidailhet : Pionnier de l'Amitié Franco-Éthiopienne, (1847-1910) = Pioneer of French-Ethiopian Friendship (1847-1910) by Alain Rouaud10
Bulletin de la Maison des études éthiopiennes, No. 11 by Eric Godet11

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