Nabatea is a regional power in Palestine and Arabia. Their capital city of Petra is the holy site for the Arabic deity of Al-Qaum.
Historically, the Nabatean kingdom received their wealth from trade routes and controlled land along the Red Sea to northern Hejaz, and even briefly extended as far north as Damascus. The kingdom ended with their annexation into the Roman Empire in AD 106 by Emperor Trajan.
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Population[edit | edit source]
Nabatea begins with a population of 102 pops divided across its 25 territories. Most of the population is Arabic Nabatean, though there is a minority of Hebrew pops in the province of Peraea along the border of Judea (1 Jewish, the remaining Arabic), and a single Kemetic Bohairic tribesman living in Quseima.
The population type breakdown is listed below: