Conlangs based on Indo-European languages.

Indo-European[edit | edit source]

According to Wikipedia: "The Indo-European languages are a family (or phylum) of several hundred related languages and dialects, including most major current languages of Europe, the Iranian plateau, and South Asia

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and also historically predominant in Anatolia. With written attestations appearing since the Bronze Age, in the form of the Anatolian languages and Mycenaean Greek , the Indo-European family is significant to the field of historical linguistics as possessing the longest recorded history after the Afroasiatic family."

Indo-European languages[edit | edit source]

The Encyclopedia Britannica lists the following subfamilies: "The well-attested languages of the Indo-European family fall fairly neatly into the 10 main branches listed below; these are arranged according to the age of their oldest sizable texts":

  • Anatolian

    The full tree of Indo-European languages, according to Wikipedia

  • Indo-Iranian
  • Greek
  • Armenian
  • Tocharian
  • Celtic
  • Albanian

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