Paggiddiatan a nagbaetan dagiti rebision ti "Sara ti Aprika"

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Ti '''Sara ti Aprika''' ({{lang-am|የአፍሪካ ቀንድ}} ''yäafrika qänd'', {{lang-ar|القرن الأفريقي}} ''al-qarn al-'afrīqī'', {{lang-so|''Geeska Afrika''}}, {{lang-om|Gaaffaa Afriikaa}}, {{lang-ti|ቀርኒ ኣፍሪቃ}}) (mabalin pay ti '''Peninsula Somali'''; naipangyababaan iti '''HOA''') ket ti [[peninsula]] idiay [[Amianan a daya nga Aprika]]. Daytoy ket sumaraw-at kadagiti ginasut a kilometro idiay [[Baybay Arabiano]] ken mabirukan iti igid ti akin-abagatan a bangir ti [[Golpo ti Aden]]. Ti lugar ket ti akindaya unay a proyeksion ti [[kontinente]] ti [[Aprika]]. Daytoy ket makunkuna iti taga-ugma ken mediebal a panpanawen a kas ''[[Barbara (region)|Bilad al Barbar]]'' ("Daga dagiti [[Tattao a Bereberes|Bereberes]]"),<ref>J. D. Fage, Roland Oliver, Roland Anthony Oliver, ''The Cambridge History of Africa'', (Cambridge University Press: 1977), p.190</ref><ref>George Wynn Brereton Huntingford, Agatharchides, ''The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea: With Some Extracts from Agatharkhidēs "On the Erythraean Sea"'', (Hakluyt Society: 1980), p.83</ref><ref>John I. Saeed, ''Somali'' – Volume 10 of London Oriental and African language library, (J. Benjamins: 1999), p. 250.</ref> ti Sara ti Aprika ket mangibagbaga ti rehion nga aglaon kadagiti pagilian ti [[Eritrea]], [[Djibouti]], [[Etiopia]], ken [[Somalia]].<ref name="Stock">Robert Stock, ''Africa South of the Sahara, Second Edition: A Geographical Interpretation'', (The Guilford Press: 2004), p. 26</ref><ref name="Hodd">Michael Hodd, ''East Africa Handbook'', 7th Edition, (Passport Books: 2002), p. 21: "To the north are the countries of the Horn of Africa comprising Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia."</ref><ref name="Britannica">Encyclopædia Britannica, inc, Jacob E. Safra, ''The New Encyclopædia Britannica'', (Encyclopædia Britannica: 2002), p.61: "The northern mountainous area, known as the Horn of Africa, comprises Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia."</ref><ref name="Joireman">Sandra Fullerton Joireman, ''Institutional Change in the Horn of Africa'', (Universal-Publishers: 1997), p.1: "The Horn of Africa encompasses the countries of Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia. These countries share similar peoples, languages, and geographical endowments."</ref>
 
Daytoy ket sakupenna ti agarup a 2,000,000&nbsp;km² (770,000 sq&nbsp;mi) ken tinagtagitao babaen dagiti agarup a 100 a riwriw a tattao (Etiopia: 85&nbsp;riwriw, Somalia: 9.3&nbsp;riwriw, Eritrea: 5.2&nbsp;riwriw, ken Djibouti: 0.86&nbsp;riwriw).