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- Mukarrib (Arabic: مكرب‎) is a title variously defined as "priest-kings" or "federators"; the mukarribs may have been the first rulers of the early South...
- occupying most of South Arabian territory, and took the title mkrb SB', "mukarrib of the Sabaeans". Several factors caused a significant decline of the Sabaean...
- This is a list of rulers of Saba and Himyar. Mukarrib (Mukrab, Karab), a religious title that means "near to God", was used by rulers of Saba' until Karib'il...
- millennium BCE, when its ruler held the title of the South Arabian hegemon, Mukarrib. Alessandro de Maigret. Arabia Felix, translated Rebecca Thompson. London:...
- was the most prominent federation. The Sabaean rulers adopted the title Mukarrib generally thought to mean unifier, or a priest-king, or the head of confederation...
- Karibi-ilu was a Mukarrib of Saba' reigned in 700-680 BC. The name Karibi-ilu in Akkadian matches "Karab-El Bayin" in Sabaean,[citation needed] combined...
- city seems to have been destro**** in the 7th century BCE by the king and Mukarrib of Saba' Karab El Watar, according to a Sabaean text that reports the victory...
- BC to ca. 650 BC Mlkn Wʿrn Ḥywt ʿArky(t)n contemporary of the Sabaean mukarrib Karib'il Watar. Mkrb, Mlkn Rdʿm Smʿt Mkrb, Mlkn Ṣrʿn Rbḥ Yrʿt Son of Wʿrn...
- kingdom proper, as he was responsible for changing the ruler's title from ("Mukarrib") to "king" (malik). The name Karibʾīl (𐩫𐩧𐩨𐩱𐩡, KRBʾL), variously transliterated...
- was in reference to the building of the temple's m****ive enclosure by Mukarrib Yada`'il Dharih I in the middle of the 7th century BCE. Indicating much...
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