Beautifully illustrated, the colours are still vivid and thanks to the Ethiopian Heritage Fund have been conserved.Abba Garima arrived from Constantinople in 494 AD and legend has it that he was able to copy the Gospels in a day because God delayed the sun from setting.
Each character's profile is based more on the manga than the anime adaptation."The pages had been crudely stitched together in a restoration in the 1960s and some of the pages wouldn’t even turn. "The Garima Gospels have been kept high and dry which has helped preserve them all these years and they are kept in the dark so the colours look fresh."This was the most astounding of all our projects and the Patriarch, the head of the Ethiopian Church, had to give his permission. "We are currently undertaking other restoration programmes on wall paintings and religious texts.Rather than the FTSE 100 dropping 20%, dropped 20% and the shares continued to trade at much the same level (in the now-debased currency). Notably, billionaire Peter Hargreaves, who donated £3.2M to the Leave campaign, managed to lose on the order of £400M (: DM over-simplification alert—the market didn't tank, his portfolio lost value).Still, as bets go, it's a good if obvious example of crying fire in a crowded theatre for pleasure and profit: put £3.2M into sending 15 million letters to voters urging them to vote one way, aiming to profit to the tune of hundreds of millions.