Lydian Language and Information Resources
The Lydian language
Lydia got its name from Lydus, a Lydian hero who was the ruler of the Maeonians, the name of Lydias population at that time.
The Lydians were one of the many nations of ancient Anatolia.
Lydian was an Indo-European language spoken in the region of Lydia in western Anatolia. It belongs to the Anatolian group of the Indo-European language family.