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Lycian was an Indo-European language, one of the Anatolian languages, that was spoken in the city-state of Lycia in Anatolia, present day Turkey. It became extinct around the first century BC and was replaced by Greek. The language is known from a few brief inscriptions. Lycian had its own alphabet that was closely related to the Greek alphabet.

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