Thursday, May 16, 2013

Before there was Babel …

“The ancestors of people from across Europe and Asia may have spoken a common language about 15,000 years ago, new research suggests.

“Now, researchers have reconstructed words, such as ‘mother,’ to pull’ and ‘man,’ which would have been spoken by ancient hunter-gatherers, possibly in an area such as the Caucuses or the modern-day country of Georgia.”

Also gatesofvienna.

Caucasus, Georgia, eastern Turkey might be locale of our beginning.

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