|Language||Ancient South Arabian » Sabaic » Central Middle Sabaic|
|Alphabet||Ancient South Arabian|
|Script typology||Monumental writing|
|Textual typology||Legal text - fragmentary|
|A copy of the legal text is in Nashq, in the temple S²bʿn, the inscription has been found near Mārib.|
|1||RES suggests to restore S¹ʿd[... ... b-]ʿb(r).|
|3||w-lmw: according to Robin 1982 a, the verb could be also read gmw ("s'assembler, se réunir").|
1 [... ...] and ʿlhn, his brothers and his sons, S¹ʿd[ ... ... ] obtained a judicial order, concerning ʾnmrm, his brothers and his sons, and on the responsibility of and concerning the family
2 [... ...] to their land. And the family Ḥfnm acquired in the region of Nmrn from ʾws¹ʿṯt, he of Ẓbʿ, and by the order of [.] the king (?) Hlkʾmr [... ..].
3 [... ...] Bʿzhmw, son of ʿlhn, he of Ẓbʿ. And they came to an agreement with the family Ḥfnm in order that their land was guaranteed by a document of proprietary. And this concessionary document took place in the month
4 of [... ...], son of Ḥḏmt, the second (year). And a copy of this document is in the temple S²bʿn in Ns²qm.
|Support type||Stone inscription|
|Link to object record|
|Modern site||Marbaṭ ad-Dimm (near Mārib.)|
|Link to site record|
|Robin 1982 a: 5, pl. 3/b||Robin, Christian J. 1982. Les hautes-terres du Nord-Yémen avant l'Islam. (2 vols), (Uitgaven van het Nederlands Historisch-Archaeologisch Instituut te Istanbul, 50). Istanbul: Nederlands Historisch-Archaelogisch Instituut te Istanbul. |