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Ancient Yemen: Some General Trends of the Evolution of the Sabaic Language and Sabaean Culture (Journal of Semitic Studies Supplement)


On Sale Now! Save 6% on the Ancient Yemen: Some General Trends of the Evolution of the Sabaic Language and Sabaean Culture (Journal of Semitic Studies Supplement) by Brand: Oxford University Press at Translate This Website. SKU: QX-009-17-7305107. MPN: tables, maps. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This volume contains an important and detailed examination of the evolution of Sabaic language and culture, utilizing a number of previously unpublished pre-Islamic South Arabian inscriptions.Used Book in Good Condition.

 


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