Arabian Epigraphic Notes (AEN)
Volume 1, 2015 (download the entire volume or individual articles free of charge from our website: http://arabianepigraphicnotes.org/journal/).
In addition to the articles posted in 2015, the final volume contains two new contributions:
L. Nehmé: Strategoi in the Nabataean Kingdom: a Reflection of Central Places?
J. Lundberg: Prepositional Phrases in the Dadanitic Inscriptions
Table of Contents
M.C.A. Macdonald: On the use of writing in ancient Arabia and the role of palaeography in studying them (1-50)
A. Al-Jallad & A. al-Manaser: New Epigraphica from Jordan I: a pre-Islamic Arabic inscription in Greek letters and a Greek inscription from north-eastern Jordan (51-70)
S. Abbadi: New evidence of a conflict between the Nabataeans and the Ḥwlt in a Safaitic inscription from Wadi Ram (71-76)
A.Q. Al-Housan: A selection of Safaitic inscriptions from the Mafraq Antiquities Office and Museum (77-102)
L. Nehmé: Strategoi in the Nabataean Kingdom: a Reflection of Central Places? (103-122)
J. Lundberg: Prepositional Phrases in the Dadanitic Inscriptions (123-138)
Arabian Epigraphic Notes is a publication of the Leiden Center for the Study of Ancient Arabia. It is a forum for the publication of epigraphic finds from the Arabian Peninsula and adjacent areas, and for the discussion of relevant historical and linguistic issues. The Arabian Peninsula is broadly defined as including the landmass between the Red Sea and the Arabo-Persian Gulf, and stretching northward into the Syrian Desert, Jordan, and adjacent cultural areas. In order to keep up with the rapid pace of discoveries, our online format will provide authors the ability to publish immediately following peer-review, and will make available for download high resolution, color photographs. The open-access format will ensure as wide a readership as possible.
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