was actually home to a number of Indo-European languages closely related to Latin, at least until the Romans decided to conquer the world. Which of these is NOT an Indo-European language?
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Etruscan. The majority consensus is that Etruscan is related only to other members of what is called the Tyrrhenian language family which in itself is isolate, that is, unrelated to other language groups. It is widely accepted that Tyrrhenian is composed of Rhaetic and Lemnian together with Etruscan.