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1990 2 175 183 Littmann, E. (1943): Safaitic Inscriptions . Princeton University Arch. Expedition. to Syria division

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1950 Eksell, K. I. (2005): The Verb wgm in Safaitic Inscriptions. In: Alltagsleben und materielle Kultur in der arabischen Sprache und Literatur

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-‘Arab. 1955 Jamme, A. (1971): Safaitic Inscriptions from the Country of ‘Ar‘ar and Ra’s al-‘Anānīyah. Altheim, F. — Stiehl, R. (eds): Christentum am Roten

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-ʾl-iǧtimaʿiyyah Vol. 13 , No. 3 , pp. 141 – 151 . ʿAbbādī Ṣ. ( 2001 ): A New Safaitic Inscription Dated to 12–9 BC . In: Studies in the History and

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References Al-Jallad , A. ( 2015 ): An Outline of the Grammar of the Safaitic Inscriptions. Leiden–Boston, Brill (Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics

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-Karls-Universität . Al-Jallad , A. ( 2015 ): An Outline of the Grammar of the Safaitic Inscriptions . Leiden, Brill. Al-Jallad , A. – Al-Manaser , A. ( 2015 ): New Epigraphica from

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: Inscriptiones Safaiticae. Paris. Clark , V. ( 1980 ): A Study of New Safaitic Inscriptions from Jordan. A Thesis Presented for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of

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Bnctm rock inscriptions •

An analytic study of new discovered Safaitic inscriptions from Deir al-Kahf in the Northeast of Jordan

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Authors: Hussein M. Al Qudrah, Ibrahim S. Sadaqah, and Mahdi Alzoubi

This paper studies nine memorial Safaitic inscriptions from the town of Deir al-Kahf in Northern Badiyah, northeast of Jordan, along the Baghdad Highway road. The first seven are found to the east of the town, the other two are from the far north end. It seems that these inscriptions show the sadness and grief over an important person called Bnctm. The paper deals with the verbs and names semantically and syntactically, also considering their parallels in other Semitic languages.

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