Languages 220 AF
VARDO-HATARAN LANGUAGE FAMILY
Late Proto Vardo-Hataran
The last unified version of this language, right before it's expansion cause it to change into smaller languages.
The first language to separate from Proto-Varo-Hataran, it's earlies branch, Parnassic, is soon to reach what will become Pelasia.
HATARAN LANGUAGES (SEVERAL FAMILIES)
The earliest bronze-age languages of Pelasia and Kaptara before the advent of Parnassic, Knoasic and other Vardo-Hatarans.
The ancestor to the major pre-Vardo-Hataran languages in Albalon, closely related to the Ira-Ralissan languages of Pelasia.
The oldest language family in Hatar and Rhodin, descended from the language of an Ice Age Refugia. Currently losing land.
RHODINIAN LANGUAGES (SEVERAL FAMILIES)
The oldest and first written version of the Tymrian Language, descended from regional copper age proto-hieroglyphic languages.
The first written language of the Arhaso-Agiraf-Kiframar language family, spread between Rhodin and North Ozara.
The northernmost proto-language of the Katalic Family. Has crossed into Serratar along with Central Katalic,
Has begun a slow but steady spread into lands of the Takreshite and Kyngiran peoples, and isn't stopping there.
The first written language, totally unrelated to any other languages in the region. The language of the earliest civilization.
The isloate language of a group of tribes in the Miscaya river valley, recorded in the histories of Kyngirans and Central Katalics.
A hardly understood isolate language of a tribe hostile to other people in the Miscayan river valley, especially Kyngirans.
An ancient remnant of the neolithic languages of the Miscaya valley from before the arrival of the Kyngirans.
The largest and most widespread branch of the Katalic languages, having reached across Rhodin and bisecting it.
LOTANIAN LANGUAGES (SEVERAL FAMILIES)
North and South Kubuzoran
A small Language Family near the Sea of Aqta, Related to the Xakanian and Kettian Languages very distantly.
Not related to any other nearby language, possibly a descendant of an Ice Age Refugia in the area,
A language of a tribe which never will develop the written word, its closest relative being that of the Kettians
The original native tongue of most of the Lotana region, slowly losing ground to the Proto-Lotanian invaders.
An ancient language family that will last for thousands of years, affecting later languages in the area.
AHURAN AND AVARDAN LANGUAGES (SEVERAL FAMILIES)
The unknown languages of the earliest city-states of the trading-based Xavash Civilization of the same name.
Another Ahuran isolate language that would only be remembered in the scantest of detail in the nearest languages.
A very mysterious and almost completely unknown spoken tongue, the language of a just as mysterious place.
A very large an already splitting language family, the ancestor of two great civilizations in the region.