Lingua Lydia -

Lingua Lydia

Lingua Lydia
Taxinomia: Linguae Indoeuropaea e familia Anatolica
Status: lingua exstincta
Sigla: 1 —, 2 —, 3
Aevum: saec. VI a.C.n. - II p.C.n.
Situs: Lydia
Scriptura: Abecedarium Lydium

Familiae linguisticae coloribus Vicipaedicis pictae

Lingua Lydia est lingua Indoeuropaea, quae in numero linguarum Anatolicarum habetur et hodie a nullo populo dicitur. Primo autem dimidio millennio a.C.n., Lydia erat imperium magni momenti in Asia (minore) situm. Medio septimo saeculo a.C.n. Lydi abecedarium a Graecis accepere. Tamen de lingua Lydia tantum paucae inscriptiones—imprimis monumenta—ex quinto vel quarto saeculo a.C.n. restant. Linguae Lydiae proxima cognata lingua Hetthaea putatur.

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Categoriae: L +1 | Latinitas +1 (bona) | Linguae Anatolicae | Linguae Imperii Romani | Linguae exstinctae

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