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Protolanguage Pronunciation Re-creation


Interesting notion, recapturing the sound of a proto-language.  I’m familiar with a few romance languages and a couple of norse/germanic languages and am always surprised how languages change.  There are languages, dialects, patois, and pidgins sometimes barely intelligible from village … Continue reading

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Looking for My Mother’s Face


People Think the ‘Typical’ Member of a Group Looks Like Them ScienceDaily (Sep. 2, 2011) — What does a typical European face look like according to Europeans? It all depends on which European you ask. Germans think the typical European … Continue reading

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