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    @Blablabla Maybe are you introducing the notion...

    @Blablabla
    Maybe are you introducing the notion that today so called IE languages are strongly influenced by substrata of pop's which weren't IEan at first?
    almost all of us are OK here, then.
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    With the same reasoning you and I can say French...

    With the same reasoning you and I can say French is not a Romance language which itself was not a Latin Language.
    Every language evolves naturally, phonetically and by words derivation/creation...
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    The linguistic aspect of the thread is the most...

    The linguistic aspect of the thread is the most interesting one. The phenotypic aspect is very confuse in your post, and in your place I would not put too much faith in the ancient anthropologists...
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    Glup! I answered to myself when I was thinking I...

    Glup! I answered to myself when I was thinking I was doing it to Doggerland. Sorry Doggerland!
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    True. The same everytime that languages with a...

    True. The same everytime that languages with a common root but diverging evolutions borrow LATER words one from another;
    In today Romanian, there are a lot of lonwords from French, and they are...
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    Thanks for answer. Question: how many...

    Thanks for answer.
    Question: how many phenotypical alleles have been analysed on how many people in every pop?
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    If something isn't clear, it's your own post! You...

    If something isn't clear, it's your own post! You seem a bit confused.
    Nobody did compare here Gaulish or Celtic to English (English is only for the meaning); one post speak only of words considered...
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    the look you describe (above the list of...

    the look you describe (above the list of percentages of common traits) doesn't evoke something typically African (SSA).
    and I don't see on what they can produce these curious percentages.
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    Just to compare (and to separate lexicon ties and...

    Just to compare (and to separate lexicon ties and phonetic ties)


    Supposed correspondances between Celtic and Slavic langages :


    These words are rather I-Ean cognates common in more than...
  10. Agree. I haven't the more recent %'s of surely...

    Agree.
    I haven't the more recent %'s of surely labelled Y-haplo's for Etruscans and IA Italics, if there are new samples; the ones I seen contained U152 for sure. I only posted the Horvath's...
  11. ATW after these tries to precise things about...

    ATW after these tries to precise things about Y-E-V13, we have to weight the reality of the scenario propose by Csabor Horvath: E-V13 Celts, J2 Tyrsenians and R1B-P312 Vasconic... I 'll post my...
  12. @Riverman. Thanks for answer(s). I haven't...

    @Riverman.
    Thanks for answer(s). I haven't strong opposition for the scenario; I need more proofs concerning the Y-E-V13 increase as late as IA, spite I haven't proofs of the contrary; but it seems...
  13. Concerning languages shifts, it seems some people...

    Concerning languages shifts, it seems some people compare situations very different. Shifts could occur (in my mind):
    - when there is a more evolved culture helped by military superiority and well...
  14. I 'm still hesitating concerning your straight-on...

    I 'm still hesitating concerning your straight-on conclusions about Y-E1b-V13 expansion and kind of "one-man-show" in the spreading of Iron. Concerning Channelled ware I haven't read as much papers...
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    mirador watchtower, highseeing place (from...

    mirador watchtower, highseeing place (from Catalan) > < miroir mirror -
    coq cook on ships > < (maître) > < queux cook (out of fashion or at least rare term)
    pasteur shepherd (in poesy), pastor > <...
  16. I'm a bit surprised (not too much, in fact). I...

    I'm a bit surprised (not too much, in fact). I had read the Alt-Europäisch could have ties with an IE dialect of Rhaetia (as a challenger to the Etruscanlike Rhaetian) and maybe even with eastern...
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    All the words here under have not been fixed at...

    All the words here under have not been fixed at the same period if at least between Roman and Old French stages; and standard French, spite based on the dialects of Île-de-FRance, Orléanais and...
  18. @Riverman My answer here could concern two...

    @Riverman
    My answer here could concern two threads, I put it here:
    Agree with you in your answer of the Dacian langage question to Torzio. Some common influence could have played on Dacian language...
  19. Hawk, I have to confess my faults! My memory...

    Hawk,
    I have to confess my faults!
    My memory was weak. I didn't find my papers back. But today I received the same old (and out of time) paper of
    M. PERICIC (PERITCHITCH') and in fact the focus of...
  20. @kingjohn your post # 6 Thanks for sharing;...

    @kingjohn your post # 6
    Thanks for sharing; could you precise me - if possible - the places, cultures and times of these files, I can't find them; Thanks in advance, and sorry for disturbing you.
  21. @Riverman: you wrote: Edit: You already...

    @Riverman: you wrote:
    Edit: You already commented in that thread, so you should know.

    I had forgotten it! In fact, my posts in this other thread (Bohemia), until now, were to say: good subject...
  22. Cannot answer these precise points just now. But...

    Cannot answer these precise points just now. But what is this recent Bohemian paper? I'm interested. Thanks for sharing.
  23. I try here a provisory partial contribution,...

    I try here a provisory partial contribution, without to fear ridicule, It's only for the fun.
    The northwestern (at first) IE groups were structured (and stayed in a part even later) in...
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    to be continued article article > < orteil...

    to be continued

    article article > < orteil (< arteil) toe
    astre aster > < âtre hearth
    pasteur pastor > <pâtre shepherd
    basilique basilica > < bazoge/bazoche basilica
    ...
  25. first remarks, to ve continued I avow I...

    first remarks, to ve continued



    I avow I had almost a cardiac attack when I have read it. But who knows?
    - argument of the too much not-IE dialects in Western Europe:
    . Pictish...
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