Arabian Epigraphic Notes

An Open Access Online Journal on Arabian Epigraphy.

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.

Two new articles published!

  1. ʿAbd al-Asad and the Question of a Lion-God in the pre-Islamic Tradition: An Onomastic Study
  1. A New Dedicatory Nabataean Inscription Dated to AD 53

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.

New Article on Taymanitic

The first description of Taymanitic, a new Semitic language from North Arabia!:

  1. The Language of the Taymanitic inscriptions and its Classification

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.

Two new articles on Safaitic published!

Two new articles have been published on the Safaitic inscriptions:

  1. Remarks on the etymon trḥ in the Safaitic inscriptions
  2. New Epigraphica from Jordan II: three Safaitic-Greek partial bilingual inscriptions

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.

P.W. Stokes edits a new and fascinating Thamudic text from Jordan!

A new article is now online!

  1. A new and unique Thamudic inscription from northeast Jordan

Arabian Epigraphic Notes invites submissions to the first issue (2015). We especially encourage papers dealing with issues in the grammar and lexicon of the various epigraphic languages of Arabia and editions of new inscriptions.

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