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Lydian was an Indo-European language that was spoken in the state of Lydia in Western Anatolia, present-day Turkey. It is now considered definitely to belong to the Anatolian subgroup of Indo-European, but occupies a unique position within this group due to a number of features not shared with the other Anatolian languages. It is not presently known whether these represent unique developments in pre-Lydian or the retention of archaic features lost in the other Anatolian languages.
Lydian is attested in 7th century BC coin legends, and in some 100 inscriptions dating to the 5th and 4th centuries, including many epitaphs but also many short graffitti. Epitaphs (funerary inscriptions) typically begin with eś wãnaś "this grave".
Lydian became extinct around the first century BC and was replaced by Greek.
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