Saldanadii Cadal

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Saldanada Cadal

900–1559
 

wadajirka sadex astaan calan uu isticmaaley Ahmad al-Ghazi[1]

Deegaanada ay ka talineysay wakhtigii Saldanada Adal ugu awooda badneyd qiyaastii 1500.
Xarunta Saylac (caasimada ugu horeeysay, iyo saldhiga ugu weynaa)[2]
Dakkar (caasimad cusub ee Saldanada)[2]
Harar (magaalo-madaxdii ugu dambeysay)[2]
Luqadaha Somali, Carabi, Ge'ez, Canfar, Harari
Xukuumadda Saldanad ama boqortooyo
Historical era Waayihii hore
 - Established 900
 - Dagaalkii Yeshaq I 900–1429
 - Caasimada ka dhigtey Dakkar 1433
 - Muran ka dhashay xilqabasho 1518–1526
 - Caasimad ku wareegay Harar 1520
 - Disestablished 1559
Hadda kamid noqdeen  Djibouti
Template:Country data Eritrea
 Ethiopia
 Somalia
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Saldanada Cadal, Boqortooyada Adal, Adal (Carabi: عدل, Ingiriis: Adal, micno ahaan "Cadaalad") waxay aheyd boqortooyo xukumi jirtay deegaano badan oo ka tirsan Gobolka Awdal ee waqooyiga Soomaaliya, meelo ka mid ah dhulka Itoobiya iyo Jabuuti ilaa Eratareya. Boqortooyada Cadal waxey ka mid ahayd boqortooyada ugu taariikhda dheeraa uguna awooda weynaa gayiga iyo deegaanada ay dagaan dadka Soomaalida iyo agagaarkooda. In kastoo boqortooyadu ka bilaabantey magaalada taariikhiga ah ee xudunta u ahayd ee Saylac waxay saldhigyo waaweyn ku lahayd magaalada Harare iyo nawaaxigeeda. Magaalada Saylac ayay ka bilaabantey boqortooyadu ka dib ku fidey deegaanka geeska Afrika. Sanadihii 1415 ilaa 1577 ayay boqortooyada Cadal ugu awood badneyd goortaas ooy maamuleysay in ka badan shan kun oo kilomitir isku wareeg ah.


Boqortooyada Cadal sidoo kale loo yaqaano Adal waxa lagu xasuustaa dagaalo waaweyn oo ay inta badan la galeen Itoobiya.

Taariikhda Adal[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Suldaanada Boqortooyada[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Luuqada[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Dhaqaalaha[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Sidoo kale Fiiri[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Tixraac[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

  1. "the king of Zeila [Imam Ahmad] ascended a hill with several horse and some foot to examine us: he halted on the top with three hundred horse and three large banners, two white with red moons, and one red with a white moon, which always accompanied him, and [by] which he was recognized." Richard Stephen Whiteway, The Portuguese expedition to Abyssinia in 1541-1543 as Narrated by Castanhoso, Kraus Reprint, 1967, p. 41
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