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Qatabanic is one of the four better-documented languages of the Old South Arabian (or "Ṣayhadic") sub-group of South Semitic. Qatabanic was spoken mainly but not exclusively in the kingdom of Qataban,located in central Yemen. The language is attested between 500 BC and 200 AD. Some two thousand inscriptions are known written in the Ancient South Arabian Monumental Script, known as Musnad. These inscriptions are mainly found in Wadi Bayhan and Wadi Harib to the south-east of Ma'rib, and from the plateau to the south of that area. Qatabanic inscriptions increase after the beginning of the 4th century BC when the Sabaeans ceased to dominate the area, and Qataban became an independent kingdom. Qatabanic was spoken in an area across the kingdom of Qataban as far as Jabal al-'Awd (near Zafar) in the southwest, and if we are to believe the Greek and Latin writers, it went as far as Bab al-Mandab on the Red Sea. At the end of the 2nd century AD, Saba' and Hadramawt finally defeated Qataban, and the inscriptions end.
The language used to write inscriptions in the kingdom of Awsan, known as Awsanian (or Awsanite) is virtually identical to Qatabanic , but it is so badly attested (25 inscriptions), that it remains uncertain whether it is a Qatabanic dialect or a distinct language.
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