Ancient Arabs / Antike Arber / العرب قبل الأسلام This App is about the Pre-Islamic Arabic History. It is about the numerous and diverse cultures has been developed in ancient Arabia (more than 6000 years ago), which represents monuments to human ingenuity and creativity within challenging natural environments. From the 8th century BC, the Assyrians and Babylonians recorded Arabs living (every where) in eastern Mesopotamia between the Tigris and Iran, settled in large numbers in Babylonia, in the Syrian Jazeera, on the slopes Of the Anti-Lebanon mountains, in north and north-west Arabia, and in Sinai. Arab identity is the objective or subjective state of perceiving oneself as an Arab and as relating to being Arab. It relies on a common culture and the language including different dialects, a traditional lineage, the common land in history, shared experiences including underlying conflicts and confrontations. These commonalities are regional and tribal. Arab identity is defined independently of religious identity, and pre-dates the spread of Islam, with mostly Arab pagan tribes and historically attested Arab Christian tribes and Arab Jewish tribes.
- Ancient Arabs Pre-Islamic Arabs and Babylonian / Assyrian Arabs ancient culture and kingdoms