The Nabataean alphabet is a consonantal alphabet that was used by the Nabataeans in the 2nd century BC.  Important inscriptions are found in Petra, Jordan.
The Nabataean language was a western Aramaic dialect and was the language of the Nabataeans of the Negev, east bank of the Jordan, and the Sinai Peninsula.
Nabataean alphabet, writing system used between approximately 150 bc and ad 150 in the Nabataean kingdom of Petra in the Arabian Peninsula. Used by the Nabataeans to ...
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Nabataean is therefore considered the direct precursor of the ... one of the earliest inscriptions in the Arabic language was written in the Nabataean alphabet, ...
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Nabataean is a Unicode block containing characters for writing the ancient Nabataean language.