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Dead Languages of the Near and Middle East

Here are some ancient languages that didn't stand the test of time.
a data set by raagocs
created November 19, 2016
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FAMILY TREE
LanguageWho Spoke It?Modern Day Region
TrojanHittite Empire Anatolia/Turkey
HunnicHuns of Hunnic EmpireEastern Europe and "Eurasian Steppe"
HittiteHittites of Hattusa in AnatoliaTurkey
UrartianPeople of ancient UrartuArmenien Highland
Nabataean (Western Aramaic)Nabataeans of Neveg, West Bank, and the SinaiNeveg, West Bank, and the Sinai
AzariIranian AzerbaijanisAzerbaijan
EblaiteSemetic peoples of Northern SyriaWestern Syria
PhoenicianPeople of CanaanLebanon, Syria, Cyprus, Israel,
AkkadianPeoples of Ancient MesopotamiaIraq
AmoriteAmorite TribesSyria and Iraq
SumerianAncient Sumerians (people of Sumer)Southern Iraq
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