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The fate of the Galatian people is a subject of some uncertainty, but they seem ultimately to have been absorbed into the Greek-speaking populations of Anatolia. ==Gallery== ==See also== Ancient regions of Anatolia History of Anatolia ==Notes== ==References== Encyclopedia, MS Encarta 2001, under article "Galatia". Barraclough, Geoffrey, ed.


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