Karto-Zan languages

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Karto-Zan
Georgian-Zan
Geographic
distribution:
South Caucasus, Anatolia, Israel
Linguistic classification:Kartvelian
  • Karto-Zan
Subdivisions:

The Karto-Zan languages, also known as Georgian-Zan languages, are a branch of Kartvelian languages. They are spoken mainly in Georgia. There are two branches of the branch: Georgian and the Zan languages.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Linguistics. Mouton. 1999.