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    With probably less than 0,5 % of margin of...

    With probably less than 0,5 % of margin of error...

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    Nice maps. And what about Lettonian language ?

    Nice maps. And what about Lettonian language ?
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    Spanish football, of course. 4808480948104811...

    Spanish football, of course.

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    You didn't answer. In which extend are they so...

    You didn't answer. In which extend are they so different ?



    How do you know ?



    Like Dutch language is no help for deciphering Urdu. Nevertheless, they are considered to belong to the same...
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    In which way Iberians should be different ? I...

    In which way Iberians should be different ? I have given you a source about "basque" toponyms in NW Spain. This source give comparisons with southern Spain too. I don't say that they are the same,...
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    You are too much obseded by the onomastics. SW...

    You are too much obseded by the onomastics. SW France was settled by pre-indo-european peoples. You can call them as you want : Aquitanian, Basques, Iberians...It changes nothing. Maybe was there...
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    As I know, they used to speak an indo-european...

    As I know, they used to speak an indo-european language closed to the actual northern indian dialects. Nowadays, they speak generally the language of the country where they live.
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    Yes, I agree : the first have a pre-indo-european...

    Yes, I agree : the first have a pre-indo-european origin, while the second come from the Celts.
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    I don't see why. Iberian was the dominant...

    I don't see why. Iberian was the dominant language of Iberia and SW France, that's all.




    Don't make me say that I have never said. Onomastic is interesting to follow culture traces or...
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    In fact, we are more civilized. We use...

    In fact, we are more civilized. We use guillotines...
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    Your "strong evidences" are just "traces",...

    Your "strong evidences" are just "traces", nothing else. And you know it.
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    Compared to the density of the Celtic toponyms in...

    Compared to the density of the Celtic toponyms in Britain or Gauls (diachronically of course), and compared to the pre-indo-european toponyms, very few thing.
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    I have already answered you. Just stop your...

    I have already answered you. Just stop your propaganda. The castro culture is not recognized as Celtic.

    http://www.oppida.org/index-en.html
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    It does change few things in my examples. The...

    It does change few things in my examples. The fact is that you can speak a language and wear a name of a different language, or live in a village which wears a name of a different language.



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    You give too much credit to the "names" or the...

    You give too much credit to the "names" or the "onomastics". Normandy is full of Scandinavian onomastics through the toponymy. English surnames are full of French roots. French surnames are fool of...
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    Yes, I'm among the first to defend this idea. ...

    Yes, I'm among the first to defend this idea.
    But strongholds are often created by warring aristocraties. So, if academic sources have clearly proved that this archaeological material does not...
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    @Cambria Red Look, you can think whatever you...

    @Cambria Red
    Look, you can think whatever you like, the large majority of Celtic experts do not hold your viewpoints. In the end, that is all that matters. Your references are a small minority...
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    It is right. I choose my picture quickly.

    It is right. I choose my picture quickly.
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    Nasal vowels exist in Slavic languages too...

    Nasal vowels exist in Slavic languages too (Polish and Czech I think), and in some German dialects (especially western ones). I'm not sure, but western english dialects (region of Liverpool) might...
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    No, simply because the Castro culture does not...

    No, simply because the Castro culture does not belong to the Celtic oppida area.




    The situation of the BI is problematic. Picts are candidates for the "non-IE languages", but it is...
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    I have already answer you. Nothing in your...

    I have already answer you. Nothing in your examples proves that the Q should be more archaic than the P one, because of regular internal shifts. I have cited you somes examples in French, but there...
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    The difference between the situation of early...

    The difference between the situation of early medieval England and the antic Iberia is that there is :
    - a proof that a Germanic language is spoken in England by the majority
    - an archaeological...
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    I agree with the Celtic league. In "culture" you...

    I agree with the Celtic league. In "culture" you can make all the ingredients that you want, depending of the circunstancies. Any region of Portugal or Spain has nothing to do in the Celtic league.
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    You don't want to read the link since it will...

    You don't want to read the link since it will destroy your fabricated reality. Pathetic...

    Your next stop: THE TWILIGHT ZONE.

    Thanks to make me revising my English grammar...
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    Your twisted opinion means ZERO. What you have...

    Your twisted opinion means ZERO. What you have proven over and over is that you are pursuing a childish agenda, that's all. Any reasonable person here thinks you're a lost cause. Cambria Red ,...
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