proto-indo-european love



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  • If you put a thumbtack in a map of Cabris, France - and then drew lines to the point of origin of every guest, you would have a vast, unthinkable web extending to every forgotten country, every cranny, every proto-indo-european language in the world.

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  • Noting the remarkable similarities of sanskirit with several european languages, the indo-eruopean language family, they decided that the indic or indo-aryans had shared a common origin with speakers of indo-european languages, spoken a proto-indo-european language, and lived in an original homeland, worshipping a proto-indo-european religion.


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