Ma`n

town, southern Jordan. It is a regional trade centre for the sparsely settled southern part of the country, which is inhabited mainly by the uwayat ...
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Ma`n

(from the article `Arabia, history of`) The Minaean kingdom (Ma`n) lasted from the 4th to the 2nd century and was predominantly a trading organization that, for the period, monopolized the ...
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Ma`n

ancient South Arabian kingdom that flourished in the 4th–2nd century in what is now northern Yemen. The Minaeans were a peaceful community of ... [5 related articles]
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Ma`n

(from the article `Lebanon`) ...there grew up families of notables who controlled the land and established a feudal relation with the cultivators; some were Christian, some ...
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