|Originally Latium in Italy, at maximum extent as a living language, the borders of the Roman Empire|
Latino-Faliscan languages and dialects in different shades of blue.
Latin eventually absorbed the others and replaced Faliscan as the power of Ancient Rome expanded. All members of the group other than Latin went extinct. Latin, in turn, developed into the Romance languages, which are now spoken by more than 800 million people worldwide.
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