CSAI

Corpus of South Arabian Inscriptions


Bron 1981 a: pl. Xc-f
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INSCRIPTION INFORMATION

LanguageAncient South Arabian » Sabaic » Early Sabaic
AlphabetAncient South Arabian
Script typologyMonumental writing
Writing techniqueIncision
Chronology
PeriodA
Textual typologyConstruction text - fragmentary
Royal inscriptionYes

GENERAL NOTES

F. Bron supposed that the fragments could belong to the inscription CIH 366.

TEXT


   1  Ydʿʾl Ḏrḥ b↯[n S¹mhʿly mkr]b S¹b↯[ʾ] [... ...] [w-]ḏ-ḥbl↯[m] w-ḥm↯rm b-[ʿṯtr] [... ...]

OBJECT INFORMATION

Support typeInscription on architectural structure » Walls
MaterialStone
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ORIGIN AND PROVENANCE

Origin
Modern siteṢirwāḥ-Khawlān
Ancient siteṢrwḥ
Geographical areaṢirwāḥ
CountryYemen
FoundReemployed. In ancient times
Archaeological contextReligious context: Temple Temple of ʾlmqh
NotesThe fragments came from the army's house in Maḫdara, northwest of the site.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Bron 1981 a: 33, pl. Xc-fBron, François 1981. Inscriptions de Ṣirwāḥ. Raydān, 4: 29-34.