|Language||Aramaic » Middle Aramaic » Nabataean|
1 Hrs the horseman son of Ḥnynw, may he be safe.
|1||S. al-Theeb suggests to interpret the first word as a form of the Egyptian divine name Ḥrw, but it is much simpler to consider that it is a masculine proper name, especially since otherwise the name of Ḥnynw's son would not be given.|
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|Geographical area||Northwest Arabia|
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|al-Theeb 2011: 351, no. 2, fig. 2||al-Theeb, Solaiman Abdal-Rahman 2011. New Nabataean inscriptions from the site of al-Sīj in the region of al-‘Ulā, Saudi Arabia. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies, 41: 349-370. |