Arabian Epigraphic Notes

An Open Access Online Journal on Arabian Epigraphy.

New Article in Volume 4: Epigraphy and New Technology

A new article published in Volume 4!

  1. The Ẓufār painted Inscriptions in Oman: Epigraphy and New Technologies, by Le Quellec, Jean-Loïc; Duquesnoy, Frédérique; Charpentier, Vincent; al-Mashani, Ali.

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the fourth issue (2018). 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.

New Article: Traces of the Hamza in early Arabic

A new article published in Volume 4!

  1. Traces of the hamza in the Early Arabic Script: The Inscriptions of Zuhayr, Qays the Scribe, and ‘Yazīd the King’, by M. Shaddel.

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the fourth issue (2018). 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 in AEN 4

Two new articles published in Volume 4!

  1. The Nabataeans against the Ḥwlt – once again. An edition of new Safaitic inscriptions from the Jordanian Ḥarrah desert, by J. Norris and A. al-Manaser.
  1. An Islamic inscription from the Al-Mafraq Antiquities Office and Museum, by A. al-Housan.

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the fourth issue (2018). 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.

DOWNLOAD AEN 3

The full volume of AEN 3 is now ready for download!

  1. Arabian Epigraphic Notes 3 (2017).

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the fourth issue (2018). 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.

EXCLUSIVE: NEW NABATAEAN AND PRE-ISLAMIC ARABIC INSCRIPTIONS PUBLISHED!

Dr. L. Nehmé publishes 17 new Nabataean texts and a newly discovered pre-Islamic Arabic inscription from Dumat al-Jandal in northern Saudi Arabia. It is the first pre-Islamic Arabic inscription from North Arabia, dated to the mid-sixth century CE.

  1. New dated inscriptions (Nabataean and pre-Islamic Arabic) from a site near al-Jawf, ancient Dūmah, Saudi Arabia, by Laïla Nehmé.

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.