fl. c. 5th century
'Ellä-Améda II, or 'Al'Améda II, Emperor, ruled the Aksumite Empire when Abba Zä-Mika'él 'Arägawi and others of the Nine Saints came to Ethiopia, according to the Synaxarium. His father was Emperor Sal'adoba, as shown by some King Lists which offer the following succession of rulers: Sal'adoba - 'Al'améda - Tazéna - Kaléb.
A. K. Irvine and Belaynesh Michael
C. Conti Rossini, "Les Listes des Rois d'Aksoum", Journal Asiatique (1909).
E. A. Wallis Budge, The Book of the Saints of the Ethiopian Church (Cambridge, 1928, 1928), Vol. I, 117 (Synaxarium, 6 Teqemt); Vol. IV, 1010 (Synaxarium, 17 Säné).