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Corpus of Northern Middle Sabaic Inscriptions (work in progress)

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Agostini, Alessio 
Agostini 20112011. Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of ʿAthtar dhū-Qabḍ in Barāqish (Ancient Minaean Yathill). In memoriam Alessandro de Maigret. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy, 22/1: 48-58.
al-Aġbarī, Fahmī 
al-Aġbarī 20152015. Naqš sabaʾī ǧadīda min nuqūš al-ihdāʾāt. Dirāsa fī dalālāti-hi al-luġawiyya wa-l-dīniyya. Pages 1-4 in Mounir Arbach and Jérémie Schiettecatte (eds). Pre-Islamic South Arabia and its Neighbours: New Developments of Research. Proceedings of the 17th Rencontres Sabéennes held in Paris, 6–8 June 2013. (BAR International Series, 2740). Oxford: Archaeopress. [British Foundation for the Study of Arabia Monographs, 16]
al-Khaṭīb, Muḥibb ad-Dīn 
al-Ḫaṭīb 19481948. al-Iklīl min aḫbār al-Yaman w-ansāb Ḥimyar, taṣnīf lisān al-Yaman Abī Muḥammad al-Ḥasan ibn Aḥmad ibn Yaʿqūb al-Hamdānī, al-kitāb al-ʿāshir. Cairo.
Antonini, Sabina and Agostini, Alessio 
Antonini and Agostini 20102010. A Minaean necropolis at Barāqish (Jawf, Republic of Yemen). Preliminary report of the 2005-2006 archaeological campaigns. With an appendix by Paola Pagano. (Reports and Memoirs. New series, 9). Rome: IsIAO.
Antonini and Agostini 2010 a2010. Two South Arabian necropolises at the turn of the millennium: Barāqish and Ḥayd bin ʿAqīl. Pages 215-224 in Lloyd R. Weeks (ed.). Death and burial in Arabia and beyond. Multidisciplinary perspectives. Death, burial and the transition to the afterlife in Arabia and adjacent regions. Society for Arabian Studies Biennial Conference 2008. (BAR International Series, 2107). Oxford: Archaeopress. [Society for Arabian studies, 10]
Arbach, Mounir 
Arbach 19941994. Inscriptions sudarabiques. Raydān, 6: 5-16.
Arbach 19961996. Deux nouvelles inscriptions sudarabiques provenant du sanctuaire de dhū-s-Samāwī à Yaghrū. Egitto e Vicino Oriente, 19: 243-250.
Arbach, Mounir and Audouin, Rémy 
Arbach and Audouin 20072007. Collection of Epigraphic and Archaeological Artifacts from al-Jawf Sites. Ṣanʿâʾ National Museum. 2. Ṣanʿāʾ: UNESCO-SFD / Ṣanʿāʾ: National Museum. [Text in English and Arabic]
Arbach, Mounir, Charloux, Guillame, Robin, Christian J. and Schiettecatte, Jérémie 
Arbach et al. 20082008. Deuxième campagne de la Mission archéologique franco-saʿūdienne dans la région de Najrān. 20 - 31 mars 2008. Rapport préliminaire. 1-22. 2014/08/30; http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00581438. [Submitted on 30 Mar 2011]
Arbach et al. 20092009. Troisième campagne de la Mission archéologique franco-saʿūdienne dans la région de Najrān. 7 avril - 5 mai 2009. Rapport préliminaire. 1-19. 2014/08/30; http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00581437. [Submitted on 30 Mar 2011]
Arbach, Mounir, Crassard, Rémy, Robin, Christian J. and Schiettecatte, Jérémie 
Arbach et al. 20102010. Quatrième Campagne de La Mission Archéologique Franco-Saʿūdienne Dans La Région de Najrān. Rapport Préliminaire. 2016/09/05; http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00581439/en/.
Arbach et al. 20112011. Cinquième Campagne de La Mission Archéologique Franco-Saoudienne Dans La Région de Najrân. Rapport Préliminaire. 2016/09/05; https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00670393.
Arbach, Mounir and Rossi, Irene 
Arbach and Rossi 20142014. Kamna, une cité prospère du Jawf du Yémen aux VIIIe-VIe siècles avant J.-C.. Semitica et Classica, 7: 45-61.
Arbach and Rossi 20152015. Nouveaux documents sabéens provenant de Kamna du VIIIe–VIIe siècle avant J.-C.. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy, 26/1: 16-27. 2015/06/02; http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/aae.12052/pdf. [DOI: 10.1111/aae.12052]
Audouin, Rémy 
Audouin 19961996. Étude du décor des temples des Banāt ʿĀd. Pages 121-142 in Christian J. Robin and Iwona Gajda (eds). Arabia Antiqua. Early Origins of South Arabian States. Proceedings of the First International Conference on the Conservation and Exploitation of the Archaeological Heritage of the Arabian Peninsula held in the Palazzo Brancaccio, Rome, by IsMEO on 28th-30th May 1991. Rome: Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente.