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Lusitanian was a paleo-Iberian Indo-European language known by five inscriptions and numerous names of places and of gods. The language was spoken before the Roman conquest of Lusitania, in the territory inhabited by Lusitanian tribes in the area from Douro to the Tagus rivers in Portugal.
Probably, Lusitanian was an Indo-European language with particular characteristics, different from the languages spoken in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula. It would be more archaic than the Celtiberian language.
The filiation of the Lusitanian language is still in debate. There are those who endorse that it is a Celtic language. This Celtic theory is largely based upon the historical fact that the only Indo-European tribes that are known to have existed in Portugal at that time were Celtic tribes. The apparent "Celticity" of most of the lexicon—the anthroponyms and toponyms—may also support a Celtic affiliation.
No Lusitanian text of sufficient length, however, has surfaced in order for its affiliation to be clearly determined, one way or the other.
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