By the essential portion of the twelfth century, the point of convergence of power of the Christian Kingdom had moved altogether further south, to the Lasta region (a verifiably huge region in north-central Ethiopia). From their capital Adeana, people from the Zager organization (from whom this period takes its name), oversaw over a space that reached out from a lot of current Eritrea to northern and central Ethiopia. While limited confirmation about their capital exists, the spots of love of Lalibela—a town that takes its name from the Zagwe ruler credited with its building up—stay as a show of the creative achievements of this period.
may have been changed into sanctuaries during the post-Aksumite period. This could be the circumstance for churches, for instance, Abraham-we-Tabetha (underneath) and Scherzos Cukor (the imaginative manifestations in these sanctuaries probably date from a later period). As shown by close by oral traditions, scarcely any iron crosses date to the Aksumite or Post-Aksumite periods, anyway the setback of trustworthy dating strategies and how such crosses were made essentially until the sixteenth century, makes it extremely difficult to check these cases.