Date: January 21, 2011 01:15PM
You'll need to speak and read French, German, and English.
The world's expert on the altar in question, the inscription, and the archeological site, and the topic in general is Dr. phil. Burkhard Vogt, Scientific Director, Head of Commission for General and Comparative Archeology (KAVA, Kommission für Allgemeine und Vergleichende Archäologie), Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Bonn. He is the man whose team dug up that altar in the mid 1990s and wrote about its inscription. Here is a time-line & explanation of their activities in German:http://www.dainst.org/abteilung.php?id=35a6cae8bb1f14a144290017f0000011
There is one publication featuring the inscription. If you can read French, it's your's for €57,17:http://editions.flammarion.com/Albums_Detail.cfm?ID=17102&levelCode=arts
It is also published in German as "Jemen—Kunst und Archäologie im Land der Königin von Saba" but you'll have to track it down yourself.
There is one English-language publication by Dr. Vogt regarding carbon-dating artifacts from the region:http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:BTNgYMzZ8OsJ:faculty.ksu.edu.sa/archaeology/Publications/General/RADIOCARBON%2520DATINGS%2520FROM%2520THE%2520ALMAQAH%2520TEMPLE.pdf+Burkhardt+Vogt2&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESgFjXpxghKvKuYmwSlreiQgcS9zyNZKkuvKjdc4238XLeHRhFaqwsdINAcwEi_2U2LRHdKDHWCBt8ZmT645zd1ELmZaj2y9UYjy2vIbbeQhJ7WR86aGu8Nt3Rsgnyf89FrWfYl6&sig=AHIEtbTkUUXrzjJsA4JHjFvEGHh6myRtrg
The only other unbiased English-language websites are:http://www.yementourism.com/services/touristguide/detail.php?ID=2058#ThroneBalquishttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma%27rib
Dr. phil. Burkhard Vogt can be reached at the following:
You can ask him all about how his discoveries prove the Book of Mormon true. And if you do contact him with such an idiotic request (brought to you by your friendly neighborhood spin-doctors from the Mormon cult) you had better hope he has a sense of humor, because I imagine his response might be something akin to that of a certain Professor Charles Anthon, renowned classicist at Columbia University, whom Martin Harris attempted to induct into a fraud...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Anthon
If you want fairy tales, lies, and fabrications, go to the Mormons.
If you want facts, go to the sources.
Good luck with all that.