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About the Zaragoza surname

The name of the city Zaragoza in its present vulgar form used for centuries by local people might have been given of Zaraga-Za king of Aksum and of its agazi people between about 701 and 693 b.c.. He succeeded Garama-Sa-Para who - given the strong cultural similarities in the two regions - might well be identical with Sgampo ( Sgrampro / Sa-Garama-Para-Wa ) king of Tibet in the same aera, son of Gnamri.

Mentioned Gen-a-Mer-i may be one of the ancestors of imragen nation living in the territory garamánt people coming from Garamás ( Garama ) did in antiquity.

Aksum itself was named of Ak-Ha-Shawam-Ma son of E-Den-Na whose descendance settled for ages in Den-Jong and in Sil-Den-Jong respectively now called Bhutan and Tibet,where even now pan-akasum tribe livs among others. Of its kings Ameda might have ruled in Amdo,while Abar-Reha might be the ancestor of abar nation appearing in Europe in various waves through history. Ar-Ammaha released some of the noble ammahári nation there.

Peoples of Abyssinia called in Central Europe bysseni in general parted from the city named of A-Wa-Ba-yas-Sa son of Ken-Negran later renamed as Awar-Ayash-E-Lam-Ma.

The circle of A'alad-te-Kaha also belonged to E-Den-Na as home of khaldai people called in the Byble ak-a-she-da partly identical with today's dáksea tribes around the capital and with dákase still remaining in the North. They were in Hispania conquered by Nabukko-Don-Ozor / Nabu-Kudurri-Ustur king of Babele and of As-Shur ,founder of Austuria for babele people,called surdakhe that is Shur-Dákshe referring to the places in Asia and in the Dekkan they came from then.

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