Levantine Etruscan

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Preferred language spoken at home in Andalus. Etruscophone areas in blue.

Levantine Etruscan (Etruscan: Andalouse étrusque), more commonly known as Andalusian Etruscan, or just Andalusian. The dialect of the Etruscan language spoken in Andalus differs very little from that of Etrusque or Acadiana. Levantine Etruscan is used in everyday communication, as well as in education, the media, and government.

Etruscan is one of the two official languages of Andalus alongside Beidar. It is spoken natively by around 63% of the population, primarily in the northern region of Tiberias and Sousse, along with Nasser in the south.

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