Biblia Sacra Amharice. Sub auspiciis D. Asselini […] in linguam amharicam vertit Abu-Rumi habessinus. Edidit Thomas Pell Platt
[Holy Bible in Amharic. Under the auspices of D. Asselin (i.e., Jean-Louis Asselin de Cherville, Translator of the French Consulate in Egypt) translated into Amharic by Abu-Rumi, an Abyssinian. Edited by Thomas Pell Platt (former fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge)]. 2nd edition [with some assistance by Karl Wilhelm Isenberg]. London: R. Watts, 1844. [Printed at the expenses of the British and Foreign Bible Society; 1st edition publ. in 1840]:
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The manuscript written by Abu Rumi (alias abba Abraham) is deposited at Cambridge University Library [Reference Code: GBR/0374/BFBS/BSMS 15]
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Kleiner, Michael. “Abu Rumi [a.k.a. abba Abraham],” in Encyclopaedia Aethiopica, vol. 1, ed. S. Uhlig, p. 53-54. Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz, 2003.