Hebrew

הנסיך הקטן / Ha-nasikh Ha-qatan — in Hebrew.

Hebrew was revived as a spoken language two millennia after it ceased to be spoken. Although used in liturgy, and to a limited extent commerce, it was extinct as a language used in everyday life until its revival, considered impractically archaic or too sacred for day-to-day communication, although it was, in fact, used as an international language between Jews who had no other common tongue, with several Hebrew-medium newspapers in circulation around Europe at the beginning of the 19th century.

Starting in the late 19th century, it was revived as a spoken language as part of the emerging zionist movement; which in the 20th century started to illegally occupy the land of Palestine.