The names of Bata's successors are Sartak (1256), Bereke (Baraka) (1256-1266), Mangu-Timur (1266-1280), Tuda Mang].
It and Baraka in the Muglad district are on the trade road between Nahud and Shakka in Darfur.
The Baraka (otherwise Barka) and Anseba rise in the Hamasen plateau near Asmara within a short distance of each other.
The Baraka flows west and then north; the Anseba, which has a more easterly course, also flows northward and joins the Baraka a little N.
A few miles below the confluence the Baraka leaves Italian territory.
The whole of the hill country north of Asmara belongs to the drainage area of the Baraka or Anseba.
In the northern part of the colony, especially along the Khor Baraka, the dom palm flourishes.
Of Asmara, is the centre for a district (Bogos) fertilized by the upper course of the Anseba; Agordat, on the river Baraka, on the road from Keren to Kassala, is the centre of the Beni-Amer, Algheden and Sabderat tribes; Mogolo, on the lower Mareb, is the rendezvous of the Baria and Baza tribes.
The rest is carried off, almost due north by the Khor Baraka, which occasionally reaches the Red Sea south of Suakin; by the Hawash, which runs out in the saline lacustrine district near the head of Tajura Bay; by the Webi Shebeli (WabiShebeyli) and Juba, which flow S.E.