Banu Hamdan (Musnad: 𐩠𐩣𐩵𐩬) was a well known Yemeni Sum`ayite clan since the 1st millennium BCE. It was mentioned in Sabaic inscriptions as qayls of Hashid, who later acquired control over a part of Bakil and finally gave their clan name to a tribal confederation including Hashid and Bakil.
Hashid and Bakil
- Andrey Korotayev. Pre-Islamic Yemen. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 1996. ISBN 3-447-03679-6. P.139.
-  Al-Mashrouki in Hasroun
- Almsaodi, Abdulaziz. Modern history of Yemen
- Power and Interest News Report
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