Iapyges

The Iapyges (Ἰάπυγες) or Iapygians were an Indo-European people who inhabited the heel of Italy (modern Apulia) before being absorbed by the Romans. ==Identity== The Iapyges have unknown origins but could have been from Illyria. They spoke the Messapian language since the Messapians themselves were the southernmost tribe of the Iapyges. Th...
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Iapyges

(from the article `Messapic language`) Indo-European language spoken by tribes (Messapii and Iapyges) living in the southeastern part of Italy in pre-Roman and early Roman times. Messapic ...
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