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العربية: عمئمر بن معدكرب هقني ألمقه رأسهمو بعثتر وبألمقه وبذت حميم وبذت بعدن وبودم وبكربئل وبسمهعلي وبعمريم وبيذرحملك .... أي: اهداء عَمّيئّمّر بن مَعديكَرِب إلى ألمَقَه راسُهُمو. بعثتار وبألمقه وبذات حِميَم وبذات بَعدان وبوَد وبكربئيل وبِسَمهُ عَلي وبعَمِّرَيَم وبيَذرّح مَلِك
English: Votive stele with Sabaean inscription adressed to the moon-god Almaqah, mentioning five South Arabian gods, two reigning sovereigns and two governors: “Ammî'amar son of Ma'dîkarib dedicated to Almaqah Ra'suhumû. With 'Athtar, with Almaqah, with dhât-Himyam, with dhât-Ba'dân, with Waddum, with Karib'îl, with Sumhu'alî, with 'Ammîrayam and with Yadhrahmalik.” Alabaster, ca. 700 BC, Yemen, area of Ma'rib (?).
Français : Stèle votive avec inscription en lague sabéenne adressée au dieu lunaie Almaqah, mentionnant cinq dieux sabéens, deux souverains régnants et deux gouverneurs : « Ammî'amar fils de Ma'dîkarib a dédié à Almaqah Ra'suhumû. Avec 'Athtar, avec Almaqah, avec dhât-Himyam, avec dhât-Ba'dân, avec Waddum, avec Karib'îl, avec Sumhu'alî, avec 'Ammîrayam et avec Yadhrahmalik » Albâtre, vers 700 av. J.-C., Yémen, région de Ma'rib (?).
Dimensions H. 96,5 cm (37 ¾ in.), W. 59 cm (23 in.), D. 15 cm (5 ¾ in.)
Department of Oriental Antiquities, Sully wing, ground floor, room 16
Accession number DAO 18 Info non-talk.svg
Credit line Deposit from the Vieille Charité Museum in Marseille, 1978
References Répertoire d'épigraphie sémitique No. 4336
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2007)


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