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The Anatolian languages are a family of extinct Indo-European languages that were spoken in Asia Minor (ancient Anatolia), the best attested of them being the Hittite language.
== Languages ==
Considering the relationships of the Anatolian languages as a branching clade of offspring, the "leaf" languages attested in the family, and one node or branch point, Luwic, with its several "leaves", are described briefly below. The arrangement is the one summarized by Robert Beekes, representing one version of the branching linguistic tree stemming from Proto-Anatolian as it was generally understood in 2010. Modifications and updates presenting variations of the branching structure continue, however. A second version opposes Hittite to Western Anatolian, and divides the latter node into Lydian, Palaic and a Luwian Group (instead of Luwic).〔.〕
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