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Ancient South Arabian within Semitic and Sabaic within Ancient South Arabian.

Ancient South Arabian within Semitic and Sabaic within Ancient South Arabian.

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1. Introduction
2. Ancient South Arabian within Semitic
2.1. Nebes and archaeology
2.2. Nebess linguistic hypothesis
2.3. Steins hypothesis on a relationship between Sabaic and Aramaic
3. Excursus on the prefixed verbal forms in Early Sabaic and in Qatabanic
3.1. Early Sabaic prefixed verbal forms
3.2. Qatabanic prefixed verbal forms
4. SABaic vs. non-SABaic languages
4.1. Innovative Sabaic vs. conservative non-Sabaic ?
4.2. Chronological and geographical distribution of the first attested written documents in Ancient South Arabian languages
4.3. Sabaeization in the formative phase of the Ancient South Arabian culture
4.4. Sabaeization in the formative phase of the Ancient South Arabian culture in the Jawf
4.5. Sabaeization in the formative phase of the Ancient South Arabian culture in the Eastern part of Yemen
5. On omastics
6. Conclusions
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