3. Ancient Greek
Since the foundation of the world’s first universities in the 13th century, all the way to nowadays, Ancient Greek has been studied, taught, discussed and dissected; likely making it the most analyzed dead language of Western history. And that’s not surprising, given that it’s the language spoken at the cradle of Western Civilization.
A mandatory language for anyone wanting to get their hands on classical texts. Learning it will give you a chance to have a deep understanding of the works of Homer, Hesiod, Plato, Aristotle, Sophocles, and any poet, playwright and philosopher who lived in Ancient Greece.
Given its historical importance and deep analysis, Ancient Greek ranks 3rd on our 6 easiest dead languages to learn list.