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  • He later returned and continued a friendship with the Ethiopian warlord Sabagadis.
  • Sabagadis, who ruled over the Agame district of Tigray.
  • Sabagadis would surrender only to " Ras"
  • Hagos Subagadis to death, and executed Sabagadis in retaliation for Marye's death.
  • Sabagadis apparently extended him protection once again, but eventually came to despise the cleric.
  • In the chaos that followed Sabagadis'death, Wube emerged as the primary warlord of Tigray.
  • Ras Sebhat was the son of Aregawi of Agame, and grandson of the popular governor of Tigray, Ras Sabagadis.
  • As a consequence, Sabagadis was one of the first Ethiopians to attempt building peaceful relationships with other countries in modern times.
  • Although Sabagadis had the superiority of a far larger number of firearms, his matchlockmen were poorly employed and failed to overcome the vaunted Oromo cavalry.
  • Dejazmach Sabagadis attempted to exploit this antipathy, and succeeded in forming a coalition with his fellow Christian lords of Gojjam, Lasta and Semien against Ras Marye.
  • After Marye was killed in battle against Sabagadis of Tigray in the Battle of Debre Abbay ( 14 February 1831 ), his successor and brother, Ras Dori, deposed Gigar.
  • Sabagadis of Agame, who had succeeded Wolda Selassie as the dominant warlord of Oromo troops, who killed their defeated foe, and ravaged Tigray in revenge for their leader's death.
  • Having fled to Axum after the death of his patron the Ras, Pearce found the former king doing quite well in that city, selling noble titles to the victorious warlords in return for shares of their plunder; only Sabagadis refused to take a part in this trade.
  • Sabagadis believed that firearms were vital to neutralize the power of the Yejju cavalry, so he devoted much time and effort to both collecting them, and seeking European help in buying them; this included seeking British help or at least permission to capture the port of Massawa.