The Treaty of Berenice was a treaty signed between the Roman Empire and the Ethiopian Empire, signed on December 9th, 1813, to end any potential border disputes as well as seal an official alliance between the two Empires. For the Romans the treaty was a reassurance of peace and co-operation during the ongoing struggle against the Damascan Sultanate and for the Ethiopians the treaty was a promise of peace and formal recognition from their stronger northern neighbor.
The Roman-Ethiopian border will be redrawn and established as portrayed on the map and as agreed upon by both parties.
The Roman Empire and the Ethiopian Empire will hereby be allies, committed towards each other as steadfast friends and comrades.
Both sides will co-operate in the pursuit of free and equal trade rights within the Red Sea.