Epigraphic Evidence for the Kingdoms of South Arabia
This chapter discusses a diverse selection of inscriptions for the political, cultural, and religious environment in South Arabia down to the end of the third century AD. Much of the focus is on the kingdom of Sabaʾ, and also on the different scripts used to write these inscriptions, on the different types of inscriptions (monumental, texts written in cursive script on wood, etc.), and on questions of trade links and religious belief.
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