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Songs about Gabras:
Ciao gattina (feat. Gabri Gabra, Pino E Gli Anticorpi) by GEM BOY from the Album Gagoni [Explicit]
Gabra by L'African Fiesta National Rochereau from the Album Rochereau and L'african Fiesta National (1966-1969)
Books about Gabras:
When Men Are Women: Manhood Among The Gabra Nomads Of East Africa by John Colman Wood (Oct 25, 1999)
Gabra (Heritage Library of African Peoples) by Aneesa Kassam (Jul 1995)
From Old Cairo to the New World: Coptic Studies Presented to Gawdat Gabra on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday... by YN Youssef and S Moawad (May 16, 2013)
Land suitability indicators and social factors used: by Gabra pastoralists in selecting grazing units for their... by Duba Golicha (Nov 15, 2013)
The Role of Traditional Conflict Resolution Mechanisms across Borders: The Case of Borana, Gabra and Garri Communities... by Alemayehu Fayera (Aug 19, 2010)
Egypt 1350 BC to AD 1800: Art Historical and Archeological Studies for Gawdat Gabra (Sprachen und Kulturen des... by M. Eaton-Krauss, Cacilia Fluck and Gertrude J.M. Van Loon (Oct 28, 2011)
The Treasures of Coptic Art in the Coptic Museum and Churches of Old Cairo [Hardcover]  (Author) Gawdat... (2007)
Wiki information Gabras:
Gabras or Gavras, feminine form Gabraina, is the surname of an important Byzantine aristocratic family, which became especially prominent in the late 11th and early 12th centuries as the semi-independent and quasi-hereditary rulers of Chaldia. The...
Theodore Gabras was a Byzantine governor in the Pontus who was involved in a minor unsuccessful rebellion against the Emperor Alexios I Komnenos around the year 1091. Theodore Gabras is an Eastern Orthodox martyr, celebrated in October 2.