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Hasaitic dialect

Region Arabia
Extinct marginalized by Classical Arabic from the 7th century
Ancient North Arabian alphabet
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Linguist list

Hasaitic is an Ancient North Arabian dialect attested in inscriptions in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia at Thaj, Hinna, Qatif, Ras Tanura, Abqaiq in the al-Hasa region, Ayn Jawan, Mileiha and at Uruk.[1] It is written in the Ancient North Arabian script[2] and date from the 3rd to 2nd centuries BC.


  1. ^ William Facey, The Story of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, 1994, ISBN 1-900988-18-6
  2. ^ Macdonald, M. C. A. (2000). "Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy" 11. pp. 28–79. Retrieved 28 July 2014. 

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