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The Phrygian language was the Indo-European language of the Phrygians, a people who probably migrated from Thrace to Asia Minor in the Bronze Age. It is commonly supposed that the Phrygians migrated from Thrace to Anatolia during the Sea Peoples migrations of ca. 1200 BC.
Phrygian is attested by two corpora, one from around 800 BC and later, and then after a period of several centuries from around the beginning of the Common Era. The Palaeo-Phrygian corpus is further divided geographically into inscriptions of Midas-city, Gordion, Central, Bithynia, Pteria, Tyana, Daskyleion, Bayindir, and "various." The Mysian inscriptions seem to be in a separate dialect, in an alphabet with an additional letter, "Mysian s."
By the 6th century AD it was extinct, but we can reconstruct some words with the help of some inscriptions written with a script similar to the Greek. It is believed that it was close to Thracian and maybe Armenian, mostly on grounds of these classical sources.
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