Thamudic inscriptions in Wadi Rum
Thamudic (الثمودية in Arabic) is an Old North Arabian dialect known from pre-Islamic inscriptions scattered across the Arabian desert and the Sinai. Dating to between the 4th century BC and the 3rd or 4th century AD, they were incorrectly named after the Thamud people, with whom they are not directly associated.
- Lipinski, Edward (2001). Semitic Languages: Outlines of a Comparative Grammar (2nd ed. ed.). Leuven: Orientalia Lovanensia Analecta. p. 75.
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