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Syria

. The Ghassanids were a group of South Arabian Christian tribes that emigrated in the early 3rd century from Yemen to the Hauran in southern Syria, Jordan and the Holy Land where they intermarried with Hellenized Roman (Ancient Rome) settlers and Greek-speaking Early Christian communities. The Ghassanid emigration has been passed down in the rich oral tradition of southern Syria. It is said that the Ghassanids came from the city of Ma'rib in Yemen

of South Arabian Christian tribes that emigrated in the early 3rd century from Yemen to the Hauran in southern Syria, Jordan and the Holy Land where they intermarried with Hellenized Roman (Ancient Rome) settlers and Greek-speaking Early Christian communities. The Ghassanid emigration has been passed down in the rich oral tradition of southern Syria. It is said that the Ghassanids came from the city of Ma'rib in Yemen. There was a dam in this city

from Yemen to Southern Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and the Holy Land where they eventually merged with Greek-speaking Early Christian communities. The term '''Ghassān''' refers to the kingdom of the Ghassanids, an ancient Arab Christian kingdom in the Levant. Migration from Yemen 3rd Century AD The Ghassanid emigration has been passed down in the rich oral tradition of Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. It is said that the Ghassanids came from the city of Ma'rib


Lebanon

of Hellenized and later Romanized South Arabian Christian tribes that emigrated in the early 3rd century from Yemen to Southern Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and the Holy Land where they eventually merged with Greek-speaking Early Christian communities. The term '''Ghassān''' refers to the kingdom of the Ghassanids, an ancient Arab Christian kingdom in the Levant. Migration from Yemen 3rd Century AD The Ghassanid emigration has been passed down in the rich oral


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