Lihyan (Arabic: لحيان) is an ancient Ancient North Arabian kingdom. It was located in northwestern Arabia, and is known for its Ancient North Arabian inscriptions dating to ca. the 6th to 4th centuries BC. Dedanite is used for the older phase of the history of this kingdom since their capital name was Dedan (see Biblical Dedan), which is now called Al-`Ula oasis located in northwestern Arabia, some 110 km southwest of Teima.
Their cities included Higra, Al-`Ula, Al-Khuraibah, Teima, Oman.
Kings of Lihyan:
- Kabeer Al ibn mata' Al,
- Jashim ibn shahr,
- Hinas ibn shahr,
- Takhmy ibn lthan,
- Shamit Jashim ibn lthan,
- Jlt qoos,
- Mn'y lthan ibn Hinas,
- Hinas ibn talny,
- Talny ibn hinas,
- 'Abdan hinas,
- Shahr ibn hinas.
- Lozachmeur, H (ed.) 1995. Présence arabe dans le croissant fertile avant l'Hégire. (Actes de la table ronde internationale Paris, 13 Novembre 1993). Paris: Éditions Recherche sur les Civilisations. pp. 148. ISBN 2-86538-254-0. 
- Werner Caskel, Lihyan und Lihyanisch (1954)
- F.V. Winnett "A Study of the Lihyanite and Thamudic Inscriptions", University of Toronto Press, Oriental Series No. 3. 
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