|Branches||Banu Yam, Banu Kathir, Banu Al-Mashrouki|
|Religion||Paganism, later Islam|
Banu Hamdan (Arabic: ; Musnad) is a well known Sabaean clan that dates back to the 1st millennium BCE. The clan is located in Yemen. It was mentioned in Sabaic inscriptions as qayls of Hashid, who later acquired control over a part of Bakil and finally gave their clan name to tribal confederations including Hashid and Bakil.
Banu Yam settled to the North of Bakil in Najran (today in Saudi Arabia). It also branched into the tribes: the 'Ujman plural of "AlAjmi" who inhabited eastern Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf / "Arabian Gulf" coast.
Banu kharf They are from the Hamdan tribes and live in northern Yemen, specifically in the governorate of Amran, and they migrated to the Prophet Muhammad in order to announce their Islam and their sheikh is a Mujahid