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    HUMAN MIGRATIONS AND LANGUAGE

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          It is often possible to gain some insight into human migrations from ancient place names in a particular area and the languages spoken there.  In addition, some of our languages are being regarded as “Invented” or “formulated” by linquists and clergy (see Invented).  Following are links to some of the research being performed with languages that may indicate prehistoric travels of people around the world and their origins.  However, recent research has revealed that the earliest known language was the West African or Igbo Language:  see Catherine Acholonu]

 

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Ainu / Basque Correlation

 

Alcuin's Activities in England

 

Alcuin's Activities in Germany

 

Basque & The Bible

 

Basque Associated With Eskimo

 

Basque / Hebrew Association

 

Benedictine Clergy

 

Biblical Names & History

 

Dravidian / Basque Association

 

Dutch Language Development

 

Early Human Society

 

English Language Development

 

Etymological English  Dictionary

 

Evolution of Human Languages

 

German Language Development

 

 

Greek Language Development

 

Hidden Meanings in English

 

Horse Creek Petroglyph (WV)

 

Indo-European Languages

 

Ireland's Ogam Inscriptions

 

Latin / Basque Association

 

Language & Human Migrations

 

Linear-B / Basque Association

 

Odysseus' Travels

 

Ogam Translations

 

Old Egyptian

 

Peterborough, Ontario Petroglyphs

 

Patriarchy's Rise

 

Rh-Negative Blood Types

 

Saharan Neolithic Language

 

 

Sanscript / Basque Association

 

Scotland's Ogam Inscriptions

 

Slavic Names Origin

 

Spanish Language Development

 

Sumerian Language Development

 

The Auraicept & Language

 

The Odyssey Reinterpreted

 

The Ogam Script

 

The Sea Peoples

 

Vowel-Consonant-Vowel Dictionary

 

What is Ogam?

 

Witches in Religion

 

World  Languages Classified

 

World Place names

 

Yiddish Language Development

 

 

   Other Subjects = Basque Place Names in America, Africa & The Pacific