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  • noun Plural form of Bogo.


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  • These tombs reminded us very forcibly of the Bogos tombs in Northern Abyssinia, and evidently point to

    Southern Arabia

  • Zeylah and Bogos might be ceded to him with advantage, and the free right of entry by the port of

    The Life of Gordon, Volume II

  • Michael without exposing the Khedive to the charge of deserting his ally, and to conclude a peace with Abyssinia without surrendering either Bogos or Michael.

    The Life of Gordon, Volume II

  • Abyssinians were in virtual possession of Bogos, and that if the

    The Life of Gordon, Volume II

  • By the year 1874 King John's authority was established over every province except in the south, Shoa, where Menelik retained his independence, and in the north, Bogos, which was seized in the year stated by Munzinger Bey, a Swiss holding the post of Governor of

    The Life of Gordon, Volume II

  • In seizing Bogos, Munzinger had dispossessed its hereditary chief, Walad el Michael, who retired to

    The Life of Gordon, Volume II

  • King John wanted a port, the restoration of Bogos, and an Abouna or Coptic

    The Life of Gordon, Volume II

  • For the principal complaints made are about the debatable land of Bogos, which Ismail Pasha claims to have annexed in 1870, but which the Abyssinians deny; the free passage and proper protection of merchandise to the sea, instead of its being plundered while in transit, as is now done; and lastly, the giving up of a renegade Abyssinian, Ras-ul-Riah, who, although head of all this looting, is protected by the

    Three Months in the Soudan

  • Livy (xxix. 30) mentions an earlier Baga of Mauretania, and perhaps this name is identical with that of Bocchus or [Greek: _Bogos_].

    A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate

  • Bogos, and Copts, throughout all the various tribes inhabiting

    Religion and Lust or, The Psychical Correlation of Religious Emotion and Sexual Desire


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