Luwians

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The Luwians also known as Luvians were a people closely related to the Hittites.[1] Sometime after 2300, the Luwians, an Indo-European-speaking people, settled in southern Anatolia.[2]

The Luwians were related to the Hittites and were the dominant group in the Late Hittite culture.[3]

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  1. Encyclopedia of the Ancient World by Thomas J. Sienkewicz - 2002 Page 738
  2. The Encyclopedia of World History - Page 37 by Peter N. Stearns, William Leonard Langer
  3. The New Encyclopaedia Britannica - Page 576 by Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc, Robert MacHenry