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Languages of Europe in 200 BC with a Map

With the help of a map, can you guess these languages that were spoken in Europe in 200 BC?
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According to own research. Note that this map may not be 100% accurate and that some language groups might be disputed.
Quiz by Dekkie
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Last updated: June 12, 2023
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Baltic
Proto-Baltic
 
Celtic
Celtiberian
Common Brittonic
Gallaecian
Gaulish
Lepontic
Primitive Irish
 
Germanic
East Germanic
North Germanic
West Germanic
 
Hellenic
Doric Greek
Epirote Greek
Koine Greek
Iranian
Scythian
 
Italic
Aequian
Faliscan
Hernican
Marrucinian
Marsian
Old Latin
Oscan
Paelignian
Sabine
South Picene
Umbrian
Vestinian
Volscian
Northeast Caucasian
Archi
Dargin
Lak
Nakh
Proto-Avar-Andic
Samur
Tsezic
 
Northwest Caucasian
Adyghe
Kabardian
Proto-Abazgi
Ubykh
Paleo-Balkan
Brygian
Dacian
Dardanian
Illyrian
Messapic
Paeonian
Thracian
 
Paleo-European
Iberian
Paleo-Corsican
Paleo-Sardinian
Proto-Basque
Tartessian
Turdetani
 
Semitic
Punic
Slavic
Proto-Slavic
 
Tyrsenian
Etruscan
Rhaetic
 
Uralic
Early Proto-Finnic
Enets-Nenets
Mari
Ob-Ugric
Permic
Proto-Hungarian
Sámi
Other Indo-European
Liburnian
Lusitanian
Sicel
Venetic
 
Unclassified
Camunic
Elymian
Ligurian
North Picene
Rutuli
Sicani
8 Comments
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Level 80
Jun 13, 2023
Great quiz! Nominated
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Level 55
Jun 13, 2023
Thanks!
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Level 61
Jun 19, 2023
the language quizzes and countries of empires are my favorites
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Level 60
Aug 24, 2023
I don't do well, but it's fun to guess languages that I hardly remember or regions.
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Level 69
Jul 1, 2023
No Pictish?
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Level 55
Jul 1, 2023
Pictish was attested to have been first spoken in the 4th century AD. Since most linguists generally agree to consider Pictish a Celtic language, it's likely to have also descended from Common Brythonic.
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Level 43
Jan 22, 2024
I thought Pictish was a pre indoeuropean language
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Level 77
May 5, 2024
If you know about early Roman history and the conquest of Italy you can get some of the obscure Italic languages.