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Artican is a language created by Andy Alvarez in 2006. It is a mixed a posteriori/a priori language with influences from Icelandic, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Latin, and Greek.
It was used to translate several texts, including the Babel text (see here). The language's home page hosts a rather complete grammar, along with text samples and dictionaries.
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