Talk:Elymian language

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No evidence for classification of Elymian language[edit]

Unlike Siculian, it is unknown whether Elymian language is or is not an Indo-European language. There is simply no eivdence to conclude, beyond a reasonable doubt, that it was Indo-European.

Elymian Language - Hittite - Anatolian language family - Indo-European Languages[edit]

[...] Some[who?] historical linguists agree that some peculiarities of that language, like non-alphabetic symbols engraved on some dedicational fragments of pots, and genitive in -ai found in almost all the complete sequences, are aspects of its non-Hellenic Eastern origin, Anatolian or Hittite. Other historical linguists classify the Elymian as Indo-European on the basis of some labile so-interpreted affinities with Italic languages.[...]

Hittite is a anatolian language which is in fact indo-european. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A02:2028:626:E101:21D:92FF:FE2D:91E0 (talk) 00:28, 17 January 2016 (UTC)