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The Tartessian language was a pre-Roman extinct language spoken in southern Spain. It is seemingly unrelated to all other languages, including the Indo-European or Iberian language families, and is therefore a language isolate.
The oldest known indigenous texts of Iberia are written in Tartessian and are dated from the 7th to 6th centuries BC. The inscriptions are written in a semi-syllabic writing system and were found in the general area where Tartessos is supposed to have been and surrounding areas of influence.
Tartessian language texts have been found in parts of Southwestern Spain and Southern Portugal (namely in the Conii areas of the Algarve and southern Alentejo - this variety is often referred as Southwest script).
Although for years the reading of Manuel Gómez-Moreno predominated, it has been replaced by the deciphering used by Ulrich Schmoll, whose work was completed by José Antonio Correa, it still has not deciphered all the signs and variants of the spoken writing.
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