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Etruscan was a language spoken and written in the ancient region of Etruria (current Tuscany) and in what is now Lombardy (where the Etruscans were displaced by Gauls), in Italy. However, Latin completely superseded Etruscan, leaving only a few documents and a few loanwords in Latin and some placenames.
Although some scholars claim that Etruscan is distantly related to Indo-European, and others that it is part of some theoretical super-family like Nostratic, there is no conclusive evidence of either.
The Etruscans are thought to be indigenous people of Italy, living there before the Indo-European migration and the arrival of the Latins, around 1000 BC. Literacy was pretty common, as can be seen by the great number of short inscriptions (dedications, epitaphs etc). They also had a rich literature, as noted by Latin authors.
The rise of the Roman Empire, also meant the decline of the Etruscan civilization and by 200 BC, Etruscan was already replaced by Latin.
Etruscan had some influence over Latin. A few dozen words were borrowed by the Romans and some of them can be found in modern languages.
The only related language is a language once spoken on the island of Lemnos, before the Athenian invasion (6th century BC), where a stone tablet written with a script related to Etruscan was found. We know that the inhabitants actually spoke this language due to the plethora of ceramic pieces with inscriptions written with the same alphabet. However, we do not know when or how speakers of this dialect arrived to this island.
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