Thracian Language

Thracian language
Found near the Bulgarian town of Karanovo.  Found in the area of the Bulgarian town of Gradeshnica.
These two artifacts are dated to aproximately between 5000 and 4100 BC. They hold inscriptions which, are older then the oldest inscriptions on the island of Crete, and could easily be the oldest writing in all of Europe
The Thracian language". The Linguist List. http://linguistlist.org/forms/langs/LLDescription.cfm?code=txh. Retrieved 2008-01-27. "An ancient language of Southern Balkans, belonging to the Satem group of Indo-European. This language is the most likely ancestor of modern Albanian (which is also a Satem language), though the evidence is scanty. 1st Millennium BC – 500 AD."