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Contem- porary ^Esthetics perpetuates and emphasizes these ultra-subjective tendencies. These subterranean habitations appear ' to have origi- nated principally with the Jews, who from time immemorial had become intimately connected with the Berbers, many of the Berber tribes having adopted the Jewish creed' (Barth, Travels, i. They have no knowledge of Hebrew, and even their Bible is the Geez (Himyaritic) version common to all the Abyssinian Christians.
With Kant, for instance, beauty does not belong to the object itself, but only to our perception of it. In Tripolitana some have be- come troglodytes, dwelling in the limestone caves of the Gnurian uplands, south of Tripoli. The Jews also penetrated at an unknown date into the heart of Abyssinia, where they are supposed to be still represented by the Judaizing Falashas of the Simen district, who claim to be of the ' House of Israel,' and are often called the 'Jews of Abyssinia.' But these Falashas — that is, ' Emigrants ' — can no longer be called Jews, since they are now completely assimilated in speech and appearance to the surrounding Agao Hamites.
But all these his- torical Himyarites of the plateau are to be dis- tinguished from the Zabalat Himyarites, who probably preceded them in this region, and have been settled from time immemorial in the district between the Blue Nile and its Dender affluent east of Senaar.
anunasika (^) ; anusvara, rh ; visarga, h ; avagraha ('). Then took place that tremendous dislocation of the indigenous populations during which a large section of the Berbers withdrew from the plains to the Mauritanian uplands, while others retired to the Saharan oases. I he Zabalats differ from the Muslim Arabs in vol I. The two principles of good and evil would thus appear to be recognized, as in so many other religions which can have had no direct contact with the old Zoroastrian system. The Abuna, or spiritual ead of the Abyssinian Christians, is always consecrated by the patriarch of Alexandria, and for the last 700 years has even been of Coptic nationality.
Having received its teachings from Alexandria, the Abyssinian Church is a branch of the Coptic, and consequently professes the Monophysite doc- trine of Eutyches accepted by the Alexandrian Eatriarchs in the 6th cent. Modern philosophy, on the contrary, ta Kes its stand almost exclusively on the psychological side of beauty, and regards it as a purely subjective phenomenon. The Jews, who began to arrive some time after the Babylonian captivity, are still found in small communities along the seaboard, from Egypt to Morocco. While sharing largely in the objective theories of the beautiful, they supplemented them by a study of impression or aesthetic pleasure. — Derived from a root signifying to bum, .(Ether is a term appropriated in Greek litera- ture to the blue vault of the upper firmament, as contrasted with aer, which is applied to mist and vapour. The Phoenicians, founders of Carthage, Leptis, Utica, and numerous other settlements on the north coast, have long been extinct. But education is in a rudimentary state, and the only art still cultivated is painting, which was introduced in Byzantine times, and is employed exclusively for the decora- tion of the churches.