Early Ethiopian inscriptions and alphabets in ‘Geez’ have been dated to 5th century B.C.
• ‘Geez’ also known as Ethiopic was used in the 6th century BC.
• ‘Geez’ literature was property established in the region of emperor Ezana in the 4th century.
• The first ‘Geez’ Dictionary was printed in 1638 in Rome.
• ‘Geez’ is still used by Ethiopian Orthodox ‘Tewahedo’ Church in celebrating the divine church services.
• Four major Ethiopian languages come from ‘Geez’, the Latin of Ethiopia.
• The lost biblical book of Enoch is now preserved only in the ‘Geez’ language.