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Danubian is a hypothetical language family once spoken in the Danube basin. One of these languages, the language of the Vinča culture, may have been the first human language ever written, if the engravings on various artifacts of that culture are indeed writing (which most scholars doubt). Jörg Rhiemeier formerly assumed a relationship to Indo-European, but no longer upholds that view.

Taylor Selseth has developed a Danubian conlang, Alpic, in the framework of the League of Lost Languages.

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This article is one of quite a few pages about Natlangs.

Indo-european natlangs:

Balto-Slavic Natlangs: Czech * Russian
Celtic Natlangs: Revived Middle Cornish * Pictish
Germanic Natlangs:
North Germanic Natlangs: Norwegian
West Germanic Natlangs: Anglo-Saxon * Dutch * English (Old English * Middle English * Modern English * Scots) * German (High German * Low German)
Indo-Iranian Natlangs: Pahlavi
Italic Natlangs: French * Italian * Latin * Spanish
Debated: Cimmerian

Uralic Natlangs: Finnish * Khanty * Mansi * Mordvinic * Proto-Uralic
Altaic (controversial): Japanese
Sino-Tibetan Natlangs:
Uto-Aztecan Natlangs: Nahuatl


Isolate Natlangs: Basque * *
Hypothetical/debated Natlangs and Natlang families: Danubian * Europic (obsolete)