By John Emms
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91 The Haso-Tor’a, the largest group, expanded from the lowlands (northern Danakil and Semhar) to the highlands. Up to about 1700, each clan was autonomous, and on this basis, Conti Rossini categorizes the political structure as patriarchal and democratic. 92 Apart from the Asaorta, we have little written evidence on the law of other Saho. 93 The chiefs reached an agreement with the Italian government that allowed traditional law to remain in operation. Agreement was reached in a solemn assembly (rachbe); the deliberations were later incorporated as law in the Regolamento per i Commissariati e le Residenze.
After eighteen months of deliberation, they passed a code valid for the entire province. 87 Adgena Tegeleba is the main customary code in Akele Guzai. 89 Had the Saho traditions been dealt with adequately, it seems likely that more Muslims would have been included in the discussions. 90 All of the Saho are Muslim, converted from the eleventh century onward, with the exception of some of the Debri-mela, and the majority of Irob, who are Christian. Almost all of them were once seminomadic pastoralists who migrated from the lowlands to the highlands according to the season in search of pastures.
During the Italian administration, modi¤cations took place after meetings in Adi Qontsi in 1901 and 1915. 49 Heggi Saharti, Lamzan, Waqarten, Damban These areas formerly followed the law of Habsellus. 53 It is an interesting example of an agreement which has been reached among people of different ethnies because of a common material and political interest. Scioatte Anseba (the seven of Anseba), is a confederation of seven districts in the northwest of Hamasien. The population comprises peoples of different origins: the Daqqi Sciahai are of Beja origin; the Balau, the Daqqi Dascim, and the Dersennèi appear to have migrated from Akele Guzai.