Nabataean

Member of an Arab people who lived in the northwest of the Arabian peninsula. They are mentioned in cuneiform inscriptions and in 312 BC defeated a Syrian army. At that time they were nomads and...
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Nabataean

(from the article `Aramaic language`) In the early centuries , Aramaic divided into East and West varieties. West Aramaic dialects include Nabataean (formerly spoken in parts of Arabia), ...
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Nabataean

member of a people of ancient Arabia whose settlements lay in the borderlands between Syria and Arabia, from the Euphrates River to the Red Sea. ... [6 related articles]
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Nabataean

The Nabataean were an ancient Arabian people speaking a form of Aramaic strongly influenced by Arabic. Originally a nomadic Arab tribe, they formed an independent state between 312 and 363 BC, prospering from control of trade routes between southern Arabia and the Mediterranean, which converged at their capital Petra (now in Jordan). Their culture ...
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Nabataean

[Unicode block] Nabataean is a Unicode block containing characters for writing the ancient Nabataean language. ...
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