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  • noun Plural form of Nabatean.

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  • There is still so much to discover in the area and the boys really enjoyed climbing up to the tombs and caves and just exploring them (in the hope of course to find some old coins or Nabatean artifacts), The Nabateans were a nomadic tribe from western Arabia who settled in the Petra area around 600 BC.

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  • The Arabs as a whole, known as the Nabateans or Kedarenes, nomad tribes (Judg.

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • Between 500 and 300 BC, Edom fell into the hands of Arabian nomads, the Nabateans, who made Petra their capital.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Between 500 and 300 BC, Edom fell into the hands of Arabian nomads, the Nabateans, who made Petra their capital.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Between 500 and 300 BC, Edom fell into the hands of Arabian nomads, the Nabateans, who made Petra their capital.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Between 500 and 300 BC, Edom fell into the hands of Arabian nomads, the Nabateans, who made Petra their capital.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • “If you want to understand the Yemenis, you have to begin with the Nabateans ….”

    Matthew Yglesias » Keeping Yemen in Perspective

  • What brought us to the desert was the same thing that attracted the Umayyads (and before them the Romans, the Nabateans, and neolithic people): an oasis, the desert's only water source.

    Jordan's green crusade

  • Exquisitely carved and chiseled from looming sandstone cliffs, this well-defended city was the capital of the Nabateans — nomadic Arab traders who seem to have arrived in the region during the 3rd century B.C.

    The Trouble with 7 Wonders

  • The Nabateans carved open channels into the canyon walls to bring irrigation water into the city, and covered channels for drinking water.

    Rose red city, half as old as time

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