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History of Hadramawt from the earliest time up to the end of the British rule: in 3 vols. Volume I: Frantsouzoff S. A. History of Hadramawt in Antiquity. St. Petersburg : Linguistic Society of St. Petersburg, 2014. 336 p., ill. (Studia Yemenica). ISBN 978-5-4318-0015-3; ISBN 978-5-4318-0016-0 (vol. 1).


The monograph History of Hadramawt in Antiquity, which opens the series History of Hadramawt from the earliest time up to the end o f the British rule, embraces the period from the beginning o f the 1st millennium B.C. till the middle o f the l sl millennium A.D. The present volume is the first research work in the world humanities dedicated to the historical development o f this autonomous historicocultural region of Yemen in the antiquity. The main attention in it is concentrated on the military and socio-political aspects o f that process, but its other sides, including those which relate to the sphere of religious life, are also touched upon. The work is built on all the relevant sources, epigraphic, archaeological, numismatic, narrative, taken in their entirety and interrelation. A particular place among them is reserved for the inscriptions discovered in the course o f the excavations undertaken by the Sovict- Ycmenite multidisciplinary expedition in 1983-1991 and by the Russian multidisciplinary expedition in the Republic o f Yemen in 2003-2005 and 2007. The volume is illustrated with photographs and maps.

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Yemen

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