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  1. 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...
  3. @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...
  4. 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...
  5. @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.
  6. @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...
  7. 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.
  8. 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
    ...
  10. 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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    other words: chevalier

    other words:

    chevalier
  12. C.B.HORVATH: short (right?) digest of mine for...

    C.B.HORVATH: short (right?) digest of mine for the people who cannot read the paper.
    This fellow made already in 2019 a paper titled ‘Finno Scythian hypothesis’…
    Roughly said, the present...
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    I have no clue concerning the today Belgians...

    I have no clue concerning the today Belgians people compared to Gauls or Gallo-Romans, helas. What I read in some amateurs runs is that some Hallstatt people (how much? very few i suppose) would have...
  14. Redfining pre-Ind-European language families of Bronze W Europe - csaba HORVATH 2019

    Have somebody read this amazing theory???:
    Y-R1b Basque, Y-J2 Thyrsenian, Y-E1b Celt (I just crossed(read it, maybe I 've been mistaken) -ATW I remain doubtfull before to read it seriously...
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    in Blazak compilation too: from ‘De nobilibus...

    in Blazak compilation too:

    from ‘De nobilibus Gallicis’ gloses :


    ambe > brook, stream
    anam > marsh
    auallo > apple
    are > before, in front of
    brio > bridge
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    Some more words, found in Blazak compilation;...

    Some more words, found in Blazak compilation; sorry, some of them has been given already.

    From diverse Gaulish short writings (¤ : in Etruscan alphabet, ° : Greek alphabet, put in ~latin alphabet...
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    Some Gaulish inscriptions in Etruscan alphabet in...

    Some Gaulish inscriptions in Etruscan alphabet in Italy ; we can see the structures of language were not always exactly the same.
    Texts are hard to read, because of the lack of some letters and...
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    It seems all Belgae tribes were not speaking the...

    It seems all Belgae tribes were not speaking the same language (Celtic, Germanic, something like the so called 'Alt Europäisch' of N-W Europe IE).
    On what I read Belgae (Which ones?) were a small...
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    I think we are not speaking of the same thing....

    I think we are not speaking of the same thing.
    We were not at first speaking of the ability to learn a language, but the ability to understand a foreign language at first hearing without learn it...
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    I suppose I didn't understand well your point?...

    I suppose I didn't understand well your point? When I speak of proximity of languages, I think in the common people ability and feelings.
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    I think I read this one time already. Interesting...

    I think I read this one time already. Interesting but does a single kind of link like this learn us plenty about old connexions? I read we saw all sorts of connexions concerning copper and bronze...
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    sorry I insist to say that to understand modern...

    sorry
    I insist to say that to understand modern written languages of same family with a lot of international words (technics, medecine, culture etc...) for an educated and knowledged person is not...
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    @Maciamo Interesting challenge! I ‘ll...

    @Maciamo

    Interesting challenge!
    I ‘ll answer in disorder : This is not a lost of time because it could show how even same family languages can become not understandable in say 1500 years, spite...
  24. Modeling Mobility and Migration in Human History

    Has somebody read this?

    Preprint from Daniels, Megan (ed.), Homo Migrans: Modeling Mobility and Migration in Human History. Albany: SUNY-Press, (Proceedings from a conference in Buffalo, March...
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    Partially agree, partially only. All that...

    Partially agree, partially only.
    All that depends of the time chosen. I haven't sufficient knowledge to date every word (surely a lot of the crossed loans were made after the conquest by Rome and...
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