- This interpretation is also corroborated by an early Sabaean language inscription, where a religious ritual was " postponed " ( " ns'?w " ) due to war.
- Please discuss any changes to the D?mt part and Sabaeans on the talk page before changing, the " not well-supported by some today " part for Sabaeans is supported by, e . g . the fact that royal inscriptions of D?mt were not in the Sabaean language, but instead in Proto-Ge'ez .-->
- H鰂ner and Dostal, who promoted the publication of Glaser's works and findings, contributed to a renewed interest in the study of South Arabia and Sabaean language studies at European universities ( Karner / Janata, 1989, p . 64, 65, 79; Dostal 1990, pp . 5, 61-126; Maigret 2002, p . 50 ).