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Ice Age language may share words with modern tongues

by Guest Authors on 08/05/2013

in Culture, History

Ice Age language may share words with modern tongues (via AFP)

Our Ice Age ancestors in Europe, 15,000 years ago, may have used words we would recognize today, according to a new study out this week in a US journal. Words that sound alike in related languages are generally assumed to have come from a common route, like “father” in English and “pater” in Latin.…

 

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