This paper sheds light on a new Ancient North Arabian (Safaitic) inscription that makes mention of the famous Nabataean Damaṣî. This is the fourth known Safaitic inscription to contain a reference to Damaṣî; the paper makes a comparison of the appearances of Damaṣî in the known corpus and evaluates the historical context. The significance of this inscription lies in its description of the author waiting (nẓr) for Damaṣî.
The aim of this study is to shed light on a new Ancient North Arabian inscription containing a reference to the Nabataean minister Syllaeus. This inscription is the second from the known corpus of Ancient North Arabian to mention the name of this minister, and could be dated to the last quarter of the 1st century BC. The inscription includes the rare verb ngy which means “to flee”.