|John Philby Background of Islam p||Philpy, Motor Tracks And Sabaean Inscriptions In Najd, Geogr Journal, 1950, 211-215, A|
|Philby,The background of Islam: Being a sketch of Arabian history in pre-Islamic timesWhitehead Morris Alexandira, Egypt ; 1st edition January 1 1947 p||Sharaffadin 42, Le Museon, 3-4, 1967, Pp|
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|Beeston Some Observations on Greek and Latin Data Relating to South Arabia in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol|
|There is no direct mention in south Arabian inscriptions of the Roman expedition, a completely exceptional occurrence for a country that had never seen enemy troops on its soi• Strabo, Book XVI, Chapter 4, 22-24• Most of the information about south Arabia reported by Strabo probably came straight from the Roman expedition||Strabo's close relationship with Aelius Gallus led him to attempt to justify his friend's defeat in his writings|
Albert Jamme,inscription from Mahram Biqlis p.7