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The ancient Cappadocian language was an ancient language or group of languages spoken in Asia Minor, possibly related to Hittite or Luwian. If Luwian, it may have been related to the dialect of Tabal. However, there are no known texts in this language.
- J. Eric Cooper, Michael J. Decker, Life and Society in Byzantine Cappadocia ISBN 0230361064, p. 14
- Mark Janse, "The Resurrection of Cappadocian (Asia Minor Greek)", ΑΩ International. https://www.academia.edu/695490/The_Resurrection_of_Cappadocian_Asia_Minor_Greek_
- Mark Janse, The Survival of Cappadocian Greek. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341832339_Hellenisti_ginoskeis_Acts_2137_The_Survival_of_Cappadocian_Greek
- Frank Trombley, Hellenic Religion and Christianization c. 370-529 2:120
- As referenced in Arnold Hugh Martin Jones, The Cities of the Eastern Roman Provinces, 1937, p. 430: Strabo, 12:1:2, Basil of Caesarea, de Spiritu Sancto 29, Migne, P.G. 32:208 "και Καππαδόκαι δε ούτω λέγομεν εγχωρίως"