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  • The others were the Sabaeans, Al Jawf northern Yemen.
  • Frankincense and myrrh are gathered into the closely guarded temple of the Sabaeans.
  • Lack of water in the Arabian Peninsula prevented the Sabaeans from unifying the entire peninsula.
  • Aelius Gallus was ordered to lead a military campaign to establish Roman dominance over the Sabaeans.
  • And all the kings who reigned over that country were called Sabaeans, after the name of the city.
  • The town nevertheless remained an important centre for the Sabaeans, as shown by the large number of temple buildings.
  • Another theory suggests that the Sabaeans hailed from the southern Levant and established their kingdom on the ruins of the Minaeans.
  • Dhu Raydan, " i . e . ", Himyarites, allied themselves with Aksum in Ethiopia against the Sabaeans.
  • The Sabaeans, like the other Yemenite kingdoms of the same period, were involved in the extremely lucrative spice trade, especially frankincense and myrrh.
  • -Eyum was goddess who was introduced by the ancient Semitic civilization of Sabaeans and since then she became pan-Arabian sun goddess called Shamash.
  • These tongues collectively share many features with the Old South Arabian languages ( Epigraphic South Arabian ), as spoken by the ancient Sabaeans, Minaeans and Qatabanians.
  • A late Arabic writer wrote of the Sabaeans that their religion had a sect of star worshipers who held their doctrine to come from Hermes Trismegistus through the prophet Adimun.
  • The Periplus explicitly states that Azania ( which included Rhapta ) was subject to Chariba阬, the king of both the Sabaeans and Homerites in the southwest corner of Arabia.
  • A late Arabic writer wrote of the Sabaeans that they had seven temples dedicated to the seven planets, which they considered as intermediaries employed in their relation to God.
  • By the third century BC, Qataban, Hadramout, and Roman expedition to Arabia Felix in 25 BC, the Sabaeans were once again the dominating power in Southern Arabia.
  • This spelling differentiation, however, may be purely factitious; the indigenous inscriptions make no such difference, and both Yemenite and African Sabaeans are there spelt in exactly the same way.
  • In their activity " they act as the warehouse for everything from Asia and Europe . . . seem more prosperous than the Sabaeans . " ( Groom, p . 71 ).
  • Along with the neighboring " Barbaroi " ( Berbers ) of Mahra region of modern Yemen and a symbiotic relationship with the ancient Sabaeans, with whom the Habash were allied.
  • After recording 161 artifacts and 317 complete or fragmentary inscriptions from which much of what is known about the Sabaeans has been gleaned, Phillips and his staff had to flee for their lives.
  • Yemen was the home of the Sabaeans ( biblical Sheba ), a trading state that flourished for over a thousand years and probably also included parts of modern-day Ethiopia and Eritrea.
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