Help Identifying Anatolian Language (Galatian Celtic?)
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colonel2link (X)
United States
Jul 14, 2016

This stone was found in Central Anatolia (Ankara Region). I was told it's Galatian Celtic but don't know how to verify that. Would appreciate any help identifying the language so I can then find out what it means.

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This stone was found in Central Anatolia (Ankara Region). I was told it's Galatian Celtic but don't know how to verify that. Would appreciate any help identifying the language so I can then find out what it means.

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LilianNekipelov  Identity Verified
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What about Ogur, Jul 15, 2016

It does not look like a Celtic language to me, Old Celtic, Ogham. Perhaps a Turkic language?
Modern Celtic languages use Latin alphabet.


 


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