Writing Thamudic inscription

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The Thamudi inscription is one of the fonts that ceased to exist in the Arabian Peninsula. It appeared in the ninth century BC, and disappeared at the end of the third century AD. They are inscriptions engraved on rocks that represent social texts, prayers, messages of affection and longing between the Thamudians for both sexes. The region of Hail, specifically the city of Jubbah, is one of the most abundant areas of the Thamudic line, as Jubbah contains 5431 Thamudic inscriptions. Its writer can write from right to left, left to right, top to bottom, or bottom to top. Some families and individuals still preserve the inheritance of the skill of reading and writing the Thamudian script. share them this experience and have your name written in the Thamudian inscription.


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