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    Imamate of Aussaball was an East African sultanate that existed in the 16th-20th centuries, inhabited mainly by representatives of the ethnic Afarball. It was located in the northeastern part of modern Ethiopiaball, but did not have access to the sea. The capital was the small town of Asayita, which still exists today.

    Due to the devastating Adal-Ethiopian War, the Adal Sultanateball, located in the east of modern Ethiopiaball, began to rapidly decline, which did not fail to take advantage of the minorities living on its territory - Harariball and Afarball. Starting from the first half of the 16th century, they gradually expanded their autonomy, and when they noticed that Adal was about to drop his skates, in 1577, they announced the creation of the Aus imamate. It was controlled by a dynasty of influential religious figures and occupied almost the entire territory inhabited by the Harari and Afar peoples.

    In the middle of the 20th century, the Aussa Sultanateball supported Italy in its desire to expand colonial possessions deep into the Horn of Africa and collaborated with it during the Second Italo-Ethiopian War. It eventually voluntarily joined the newly created Italian East Africaball, retaining wide autonomy and its wealth.


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