Languages of Europe. The black line
divides the zones traditionally (or politically) considered inside the
European subcontinent. Northern dialects are all but Greek and Kurdish (Iranian);
Armenian is usually considered a Graeco-Aryan dialect, while Albanian is
usually classified as a Northern one. Numbered inside the map,
non-Indo-European languages: 1) Uralic languages; 2) Turkic languages; 3)
Basque; 4) Maltese; 5) Caucasian languages.