What is ATTESTED LANGUAGE? What does ATTESTED LANGUAGE mean? ATTESTED LANGUAGE meaning & explanation
The Sound of the Sicel Language (Alphabet & Sample Texts )
The Sound of the Old Japanese Language (Numbers & Manyoshu)
The Sound of the Celtiberian Language (Tessera Hospitalis & The Botorrita plaque)
In linguistics, attested languages are languages that have been documented and for which the evidence has survived to the present day. Evidence may be recordings, transcriptions, literature or inscriptions. In contrast, unattested languages may be names of purported languages for which no direct evidence exists, languages for which all evidence has been lost or hypothetical proto-languages proposed in linguistic reconstruction.
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