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006 01-ماسل في الدوادمي
Saudi Arabia

تبعد مأسل عن مدينة الدوادمي بنحو أربعين كيلا إلى الجنوب الشرقي ، ويقع في ماسل جبل الجـِمْح الذي يوجد فيه نقشان تاريخيان كتبا بالخط السبئي على درجة كبيرة من الأهمية.

وصاحب النقش الأول هو الملك أبكرب أسعد من أشهر ملوك حمير التبابعة في الثلث الأول من القرن الخامس الميلادي ،ويشير النص إلى أن هذا الملك غزا مع ابنه حسان في أرض معدّ .
أما صاحب النقش الثاني فهو الملك معديكرب الحميري حيث يشير إلى أنه جاء لنجدة قبائل وسط الجزيرة في حربهم مع المنذر ، ويرجع تاريخ النص إلى العام 516 ميلادية.
وإلى الجنوب غير بعيد من هذين النقشين تظهر على واجهات الجبال نقوش أخرى وكتابات ورسوم على صخور كبيرة ومن أهم الحيوانات المرسومة : الوعول والنعام .

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