If you are talking about an ancient language with no writing system, it would be virtually impossible to decipher the sounds of it without context.
However, one place to start would be finding a linguist to help you convert the sounds to IPA (the international phonetic alphabet). This would give you a chance to at least analyze the patterns of words, and see if it's a real language and/or determine it's language family.
If it turned out to be a language isolate, you will never be able to decipher it without context.
Yes. Persian is an Iranian language within the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European languages
No. Indo-Iranian Language
If by question you mean language, the primary language spoken there is Farsi.
They are Iranian languages within the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family.
The official language of the Parthian Empire was Parthian, which is a Middle-Iranian Language (whereas Farsi is a Modern-Iranian Language). Aramaic was also commonly spoken as a vernacular in the western part of the Empire.
Claudia A. Ciancaglini has written: 'Iranian loanwords in Syriac' -- subject(s): Foreign words and phrases, Iranian, Syriac language, Aramaic language
cool girl in Iranian language
Persian Language, also known as Farsi, is the most widely spoken member of the Iranian branch of the Indo-Iranian languages
I would guess it's Iranian or Farsi.
John Harmatta has written: 'Studies in the language of the Iranian tribes in South Russia' -- subject(s): Iranian languages, History
Safavid's InfluencesInfluences of the Safavids on Iranian culture include: silk carpets, Farsi language, Shiah faith and miniature paintings,
In Farsi, Iranian language, it means how are you? Chetori is the informal way of saying how are you.
Silk carpets and farsi language
Although the language is Sanskrit, it is very different from the classical or traditional Sanskrit of today. The Sanskrit is called Vedic Sanskrit (a form of Indo-Iranian language) and the script is closer to certain ancient Iranian scripts than to Devnagri script of the modern age.
Radio Farda sends traditional iranian music and news directly from Teheran. The site is in iranian language but you can switch to many other languages.
Azerbaijani and Iran language are different.The azerbaijani is a language belonging to the Turkic language family.The Iranian languages or Iranic languages belong to the Indo-European language family.
It is currently called Indo-Iranian, but in its time, it must have had a different name.
Salam.SalamThe Iranian language is farsi, Persian is the same as farsi.
Silk carpets and Farsi language.Apex.
Silk carpets and Farsi language.Silk carpets and Farsi languagesilk carpet and farsi language
Danish and Dutch are languages. Additional languages include Dari (Iranian) and Dzongkha (Tibeto-Burman).