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The Hittite language is the dead language once spoken by the Hittites, a people who once created an empire centered on ancient Hattusa (today Boğazköy) in north-central Turkey. The language was used from approximately 1600 BC to 1100 BC. There is some attestation that Hittite and related languages were still spoken for a few hundred years after that.
Hittite is one of the earliest known Indo-European languages, although marked differences in its structure and phonology have lead some philologists to argue that it should be classified as a sister language to the Indo-European languages, rather than a daughter language.
Hittite is one of the Anatolian languages. The closely related Luwian language was also in use in the Hittite empire, as a monumental language. Hittite proper is known from cuneiform tablets and inscriptions erected by the Hittite kings. The script known as "Hittite hieroglyphics" has now been shown to have been used for writing Luwian, rather than Hittite proper. Later Anatolian languages such as Lydian and Lycian are attested in former Hittite territory. These tongues are likely descended from Hittite or Luwian.
As one of the oldest attested Indo-European languages, Hittite is interesting largely because it lacks many of the complications exhibited by other "old" Indo-European languages such as Lithuanian, Sanskrit, and Greek.
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