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Lycian was an Indo-European language, one of the Anatolian languages, that was spoken in the region of Lycia in Anatolia, present day Turkey during the Iron Age. It is believed by some specialists to be a descendant of Hittite or Luwian or perhaps both. It became extinct around the beginning of the first century BC and was replaced by Greek.
Lycian is known from a few fairly extensive inscriptions. From the inscriptions, scholars have identified at least two dialects. One is considered standard Lycian, the other which is attested on side d of the Letoon trilingual is termed Lycian B or Milyan, separated by its grammatical particularities.
Lycian had its own alphabet, which was closely related to the Greek alphabet but included at least one character borrowed from Carian.
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