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european indo

A group of Indo-European languages, now extinct, spoken c.2000 BC in the area of present-day Turkey and Syria. The major language is Hittite, which is recorded on tablets inscribed with cuneiform writing from the 17th-c BC: these are the oldest known Indo-European texts.

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