Arabian Epigraphic Notes

An Open Access Online Journal on Arabian Epigraphy.

A new square-script Safaitic inscription published!

A new article published in Volume 3!

  1. A new Safaitic square-script inscription with a unique expression of ‘longing’, by M.I. Ababneh.

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the third issue (2017). We especially encourage papers dealing with issues in the grammar and lexicon of the various epigraphic languages of Arabia and editions of new inscriptions.

On how to submit a paper and the stylistic guidelines, see the Authors page.

Two new articles published!

Two new articles published in Volume 3!

  1. The development of the triphthongs in Quranic and Classical Arabic, by M. Van Putten.
  1. Marginal notes on and additions to An Outline of the Grammar of the Safaitic Inscriptions (SSLL 80; Leiden: Brill, 2015), with a supplement to the dictionary, by A. Al-Jallad.

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the third issue (2017). We especially encourage papers dealing with issues in the grammar and lexicon of the various epigraphic languages of Arabia and editions of new inscriptions.

On how to submit a paper and the stylistic guidelines, see the Authors page.

A new corpus of Safaitic inscriptions

A new corpus of Safaitic inscriptions from the Mafraq Museum has been published!

  1. A selection of Safaitic inscriptions from the Mafraq Antiquities Office and Museum II, by A. Al-Housan.

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the third issue (2017). We especially encourage papers dealing with issues in the grammar and lexicon of the various epigraphic languages of Arabia and editions of new inscriptions.

On how to submit a paper and the stylistic guidelines, see the Authors page.

Two new articles in AEN 3

Two new articles published in the 3rd issue of Arabian Epigraphic Notes!

Al-Salameen and Shdaifat edit a new Nabataean inscription from the Moab Plataeu

  1. A New Nabataean Inscription from the Moab Plateau

and S.A. Al-Zaydi sheds important light on the evolution of the terms for the dromedary in the ancient Near East

  1. Betwixt and Between the Bactrian Camel and the Dromedary: The Semantic Evolution of the Lexeme udru during the 11th to 8th Centuries BCE

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the third issue (2017). We especially encourage papers dealing with issues in the grammar and lexicon of the various epigraphic languages of Arabia and editions of new inscriptions.

On how to submit a paper and the stylistic guidelines, see the Authors page.

A new article on Dadanitic inscriptions at Tayma!

Hayajneh re-edits Dadanitic inscriptions published from Taymāʾ.

  1. Dadanitic Graffiti from Taymā Region Revisited

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the second issue (2016). We especially encourage papers dealing with issues in the grammar and lexicon of the various epigraphic languages of Arabia and editions of new inscriptions.

On how to submit a paper and the stylistic guidelines, see the Authors page.