Second Half: Thomas Hatsis is an historian of witchcraft, magic, Western religions, contemporary psychedelia, and medieval pharmacopeia.
month of “Pagumen”); The calendar is seven/eight years behind the Gregorian calendar; Ethiopia’s new year is in the month of September.
The high 32 bits are used to indicate the type of title, and the low 32 bits are used to identify the particular title.
For more information on the title ID structure, refer to 3DBrew.
International organizations and other institutions like banks, insurances, universities and many other businesses use the Gregorian Calendar (usually coupled with Ethiopian Calendar/E. Although landlocked country, Ethiopia is situated within easy reach of the Horn’s (Horn of Africa’s) major ports, which connect it with the Middle East and Europe.
Access to these ports has played a prominent role in enhancing the country’s international trade.