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Tuesday 15 March 2016

The Aryan Issue


1 comment:

andrew said...

The article makes some interesting points, and some regarding cultural continuity from demonstrated Harappan practices to modern Indian are particularly convincing. But, the article also ignores or inappropriately discounts solid linguistic, genetic and archaeological evidence for an Indo-European mass migration into India.

The extended effort to discount the entire linguistic concept of the Indo-European language family, simply because there have been many proposals for an Indo-European Urheimat, even though the proposals are not converging, in particular is an understandable, but simply flat out wrong interpretation of the state of the linguistic evidence.