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  1. The Thracian language (/ ˈ θ r eɪ ʃ ən /) is an extinct and poorly attested language, spoken in ancient times in Southeast Europe by the Thracians. The linguistic affinities of the Thracian language are poorly understood , but it is generally agreed that it was an Indo-European language with satem features.

  2. Messapic is an Iron Age language spoken in Apulia by the Iapygians (Messapians, Peucetians, Daunians), which settled in Italy as part of an Illyrian migration from Illyria in the transitional period between the Bronze and Iron ages. As such, Messapic as a distinct language is considered to be part of the same Paleo-Balkan grouping as Illyrian.

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