The same is suggested by the term ajidar, a which in ancient Hebrew denotes quite often a fold for sheep. ... 6: 138 deals with cattle and cultivated fields which the pre-Islamic Arabs used to consecrate to their idols by labeling them as Hijr, i.e., sacrosanct. ... Rubin now explains the significance of the Hatim in the diagram.
|Title||:||The Historical Muhammad|
|Author||:||Irving M. Zeitlin|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-04-25|