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Re: [tied] P-Celtic versus Q-Celtic

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  • Joao S. Lopes
    Could P-Celtic center be geographically closer to P-Italic and P-Greek, or they are just parallel convergent developments? JS Lopes
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      Could P-Celtic center be geographically closer to P-Italic and P-Greek, or they are just parallel convergent developments?

      JS Lopes



      De: mikewww7 <mwwdna@...>
      Para: cybalist@yahoogroups.com
      Enviadas: Quinta-feira, 7 de Fevereiro de 2013 19:07
      Assunto: [tied] P-Celtic versus Q-Celtic

       
      What is the highest probability alternative?

      Did the innovation from Q-Celtic to P-Celtic sounds happen on the continent and spread to Britain in the form of Brytonic languages?

      Or did the the innovation happen at least twice, once in Gaulish or pre-Gaulish languages and once on the British Isles?

      Is this even a fair way to look at the same issue? Is Welsh closer related to Gaelic or to Gaulish languages?

      Mike W



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