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Sena Sena Location in Yemen Coordinates: 17°49′0″N 51°04′0″E / 17.816667°N 51.066667°E / 17.816667; 51.066667Coordinates: 17°49′0″N 51°04′0″E / 17.816667°N 51.066667°E / 17.816667; 51.066667 Country  Yemen Governorate Hadhramaut Sena (Sometimes spelled Senna, Sanaw or Sanāw) is an abandoned ancient town in Yemen located in the eastern Hadramaut valley. This village is distinct from the capital of Yemen, San'a and the town of Sanāw in Oman. Overview Sena was a thriving Jewish city at the time of the Babylonian empire around 500 BC, and is believed to have been dominated by Israelites who had fled Jerusalem during the Babylonian invasion. They crossed the Jordan into Yemen, believing they were safe in the valley in the east. According to hydrologists, agriculture in the dry valley was only made possible by a dam; when this broke leaving no water, the inhabitants of the city were forced to move or face starvation. British anthropologists who specialize in Jewish studies, such as Tudor Parfitt, believe the Ark of the Covenant was kept in the town for some time before it was taken across to Africa, where the Israelites leaving Sena settled along the Limpopo River in Zimbabwe. The town of Sena is frequently mentioned in the history of the Lemba tribe; more recently genetic studies have found they are descendants of the Israelites. Today the deserted town is occupied only five days a year by pilgrims, and the area is under a garrison of the Yemeni army. External links A discussion of the role of the town in Jewish and African history This article about a location in the Hadhramaut Governorate of Yemen is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e v · d · e Hadhramaut Governorate Capital: Al Mukalla Districts Ad Dis District • Adh Dhlia'ah District • Al Abr District • Al Mukalla District • Al Mukalla City District • Al Qaf District • Al Qatn District • Amd District • Ar Raydah Wa Qusayar District • As Sawm District • Ash Shihr District • Brom Mayfa District • Daw'an District • Ghayl Ba Wazir District • Ghayl Bin Yamin District • Hagr As Sai'ar District • Hajr District • Hidaybu (Socotra-East) District • Huraidhah District • Qulensya Wa Abd Al Kuri (Socotra-West and Abd Al Kuri) District • Rakhyah District • Rumah District • Sah District • Sayun District • Shibam District • Tarim District • Thamud District • Wadi Al Ayn District • Yabuth District • Zamakh wa Manwakh District Settlements Abu Diyan · Ad Dirah · Ad Dis · Ad Dufah · Ad Duru` · Al-Bahth · Al Bayda' · Al-Bilad · Al-Buhayrah · Al-Buqayrayn · Al-Fardah · Al-Gharah · Al-Ghaydah · Al-Ghaydah al Khadra'  · Al-Ghurfah · Al-Ghuwayr · Al-Ghuyaydah · Al-Hadah · Al-Hadiyah · Al-Hajarayn · Al-Hamid · Al-Harshiyat · Al-Hasusah · Al-Hawatiyiah · Al-Hawi · Al-Hawtah  · Al-Hawwa'  · Al-Haylah · Al-Hazm · Al-Hidbah · Al-Huraydah · Al-Huwaylah · Al-Jidfirah · Al-Juhayl · Al-Juwadah · Al-Kawdah · Al-Khalaf · Al-Kharabah · Al-Khirbah · Al-Khubbah · Al-Khuraybah · Al-Lisb · Al-Madudah  · Al-Masani`  · Al-Mashhad · Al-Masilah · Al-Mawsaf · Al-Mirad · Al-Mukalla · Al-Mukhtabi'ah · Al-Mutaywil · Al-Qarah · Al-Qatn · Al-Qawz · Al-Qa`udah · Al-Qufl · Al-Qumrah · Al-Qurayn · Al-Quzah · Al-Wasitah · Al-Wulayjat · Al `Adiyah · Al `Asilah · Al `Uqaymah · An Najil · An Naq`ah · An Nu`ayr  · Anqorah · Ar Rabwah · Ar Ramlah · Ar Rawuk  · Ar Ribat · Ar Ridah ash sharqiyiah · Ar Rihib · Ar Riyan · Ar Rubah · Ar Ujaydah · Ar Rukayb · Ard Ar Raydah · As Sabikhat · As Sadarah · As Sawm · As Sihib · As Simah · As Sirrayn · As Sufal · As Suwayri · Asadi al Faya · Asfal al `Ayn · Ash Shahar  · Ash Shajar  · Ash Sharqiyah · Az Zaghfah · `Adab · `Ajlaniyah · `Amum · `Anaq · `Ard `abd allah · `Ard as suqayr · `Asam · `Atud · `Ayn barad · `Aynat · `Uqran · `Urum · Ba hafar · Ba hudhayl · Barwaj  · Basrah · Bayt qishn · Bi'r `ali · Budah · Bur · Burayyirah · Burum · Buwaysh · Diyar bani thabit · Fayl · Findah · Fughmah · Fuwah · Ghayl ba wazir · Ghuraf · Ghurib · Hadbat as suq`an · Hadun · Hami · Harrah · Hawra' · Hawtat as sadah · Haynan · Hazm haynan · Husayn · Husun as salasil  · Husun as sufayra' · Husun bin humam · Ja``arah · Ja`far · Jarb al fiqr · Jarif · Jarshah · Jidfa`ah · Jil`ah · Ju`aymah · Juwat al al muhanna · Kalbut · Kaninah · Kaydam ba masdus · Khabarah · Khanfar · Khashamir · Khubayah · Khudaysh · Khumayr · Labah · Lahmas · Lahrum · Larmi · Libnat ba rushayd · Lubayb · Luqnah · Mahasin · Mahmidah · Manawirah · Mankhar · Maryamah · Masna`ah · Masna`at al qa` · Matruh · Mawla matar · Mawshah · Mi`yan al masajid · Minwakh · Mudhaynib · Murabba` ba ghamis  · Nafhun · Ni`aydah · Nukhr al hashidi · Numayr · Qabr hanzalah · Qahir  · Qamram · Qar`an · Qarn bin `adwan · Qaru · Qasam · Qaydun · Qusay`ir · Qusays · Quwayrat al khazab · Rabad ba suwadih · Rafsaqah · Rahbah · Rashid · Rashnit · Rijlat al `ijlah · Rudayh · Ruhab · Safulah · Sah · Salilah · Sarab · Sarar · Seiyun · Sena · Sharj al az zu` · Sharj al bin salim · Sharj ba da'n · Sharj ba salim · Sharj sharin · Sharmah · Sharyuf · Shi`b an nur  · Shibam · Shuhayr · Shuhurah · Sif · Subaykh · Subayrah  · Suhayl · Tabalah · Tafilah · Tarim · Taris · Tawban · Tawlabah · Thibi  · Wadi Dawan · Wasit · Yashhar · Yuwan · Zukaykah · Zulumah