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Hadhramautic or Ḥaḑramitic was one of the four known languages of the Old South Arabian subgroup, of Semitic. It was used in Wādī Ḥaḑramawt, and also the area round the Ḥaḑramite capital Shabwah, in what is modern Yemen. The Ḥaḑramites also controlled the trade in frankincense through their important trading post of Sumhuram in the Dhofar area of what is now Oman.
Almost the entire body of evidence for the ancient Hadhramautic language comes from inscriptions written in the monumental Old South Arabian script, consisting of 29 letters, and deriving from the Phoenician alphabet. The sounds of the language were essentially the same as those of Sabaean.
Potsherds with Old South Arabian letters on them,found in Raybūn, the old Ḥaḑramite capital, have been radiocarbon dated to the 12th century BC. The language was certainly in use from 800 BC but in the 4th century CE the Ḥaḑramite Kingdom was conquered by the Ḥimyarites, who used Sabaean as an official language, and there are no more records in Hadhramautic.
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