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Ancient Italic language spoken in central Italy by the ancient Umbrians, particularly in the area of the Tiber River valley; it was displaced by Latin at an unknown date. It is closely related to Oscan and Volscian and more distantly related to Latin and Faliscan. Modern knowledge of the language is derived primarily from the Iguvine Tables, a set of bronze tablets discovered near Gubbio (ancient Iguvium) in 1444.

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