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Ed. Chabot, ii, 183 ff. Mingana, Rylands Library Bulletin, x, 445, gives quotations from other less-known writers. Ed. Dindorf, iv, 179, 180, in the tractate Libri de XII Gemmis. e. the Ὁμηρῖται of Haer, lxvi, 83. e. the Ἁξωμῖται of Haer, lxvi, 83. Hist. , ii, § 24. Hist. , i, § 19. See also Philostorgius, ii, 6. See Yule’s Marco Polo (ed. , and Nöldeke, Sasaniden, 222 n. introduction 19 This S. Arabian language, or language group, as revealed to us from the inscriptions of the Minaean, Sabaean, Himyaritic, and other kingdoms, belongs to the S.
190. 5 Thus there is reason to believe that the Ar. is from ἐφόλκιον; cf. Vollers in ZDMG, li, 300, 325. 6 In C. Müller, Geogr. Graec. , i, 271. 2 ̧̞̙ 18 introduction with the Ghassānid confederacy. Epigraphical remains collected by de Vogüé1 and others, show many bi-lingual inscriptions from N. —It is somewhat difficult at times to decide what the ː̻˰̰ǿ̶̤Ǫ ː̤̥̏Ǫ philologers meant by . 4 Thus in the famous passage, Jer. _# (LXX ᾽Aιθίοψ),5 and in the writings of Dionysius of Tell Mahˀre,6 and Michael the Syrian,7 we find the S.
40 = εὐφόρνιος; 74, = στρατηγός; 3! #40 = ἐπαρχεία, etc. (on all of which see Cook, Glossary), and the number of Greek words in the Palestinian Talmud (cf. S. Krauss, Griechische und lateinische Lehnwörter im Talmud, Berlin, 1899). ; Shanqītˀī, p. 9; Nicholson, Literary History, 104. 4 Ibn Hishām, 144; and see Caetani, Annali, i, p. 190. 5 Thus there is reason to believe that the Ar. is from ἐφόλκιον; cf. Vollers in ZDMG, li, 300, 325. 6 In C. Müller, Geogr. Graec. , i, 271. 2 ̧̞̙ 18 introduction with the Ghassānid confederacy.