|Language||Ancient South Arabian » Qatabanic » Central Qatabanic|
|Alphabet||Ancient South Arabian|
|Script typology||Monumental writing|
|Textual typology||Dedicatory text|
|2||Mrʾtyw: first attestation in Qatabanic of the ending -tyw for a female dual substantive in absolute state.|
|4||First attestation in Qatabanic of the conjunction ʿn.|
1 ʾbkrb and his wife ʿmwṯn,
2 of the family ʾns¹m, dedicated to the "two Ladies"
3 in Their temple Ḥdṯm in Ḥlzwm,
4 as they asked Them when they were in charge of the priesthood.
5 They committed to Them their faculties and their goods.
|Deposit||Unknown (Private collection)|
|Support type||Artefact » Plaque » With framework|
|Link to object record|
|Modern site||Hajar Lajiya / Hajar Warrāṣ|
|Notes||The origin of the bronze plaque could be deduced by the text where the ancient name of the city and its temple Ḥdṯm are mentioned.|
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|Prioletta and Arbach 2015 b: 255-257, fig. 1||Prioletta, Alessia and Arbach, Mounir 2015. Nouveaux documents qatabānites. Semitica et Classica. Revue Internationale d'Études Orientales et Méditerranéennes, 8: 255-261. |