|Language||Ancient South Arabian » Sabaic » Central Middle Sabaic|
|Alphabet||Ancient South Arabian|
|Script typology||Monumental writing|
|The editor could not see the original epigraph, but only a trascription made by one of his students.|
The typology of the inscrption is a legal/dedicatory text.
1 Nmrn Yhḥmd and Ns²ʾkrb Ys²ʿr sons of S¹ʿdn ʾwkn
2 of the banū Ddn acquired and obtained the property rights and transacted and purchased all their crops
3 of ḏ-S¹wt, by the power of ʿṯtr S²rqn and ʾlmqh, Lord of ʾwm and Tʾlb
4 Rymm Lord of Trʿt and Ḫḍʿtn and Mrbḍn, and by the power of
5 their lords the banū Hamdān and the favour of their tribe of the city of
6 ʾknṭ, and they committed their crops of ḏ-S¹wt from the one who will damage and harm (them)
7 to ʿṯtr S²rqn and ʾlmqh Master of ʾwm and Tʾlb Rymm.
|Support type||Rock inscription|
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|al-Ṣilwī 2009: 17-50||al-Ṣilwī, Ibrāhim 2009. Naqš sabaʾī ǧadīd min nuqūš išhār milkiyya ʾarḍ zirāʿiyya min Qariyat Suwāt bi-mudīriyyat Ḫarif. Dirāsa fī dalālāti-hi al-luġawiyya wa-l-iǧtimāʿiyya wa-l-dīniyya. Maǧallat Kulliyyat al-Ādāb, 32: 17-50. |