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    Anthony also suggests that the proto-Indo-European language formed mainly from a base of languages spoken by Eastern European hunter-gathers with influences from languages of northern Caucasus hunter-gatherers, in addition to a possible later influence from the language of the Maikop culture to the south (which is hypothesized to have belonged to the North Caucasian family) in the later neolithic or bronze age involving little genetic impact.[35]



    An analysis by David Anthony (2019) suggests a genetic origin of proto-Indo-Europeans (associated with the Yamnaya culture) in the Eastern European steppe north of the Caucasus, deriving from a mixture of Eastern European hunter-gatherers and hunter-gatherers from the Caucasus. Anthony also suggests that the proto-Indo-European language formed mainly from a base of languages spoken by Eastern European hunter-gathers with influences from languages of northern Caucasus hunter-gatherers, in addition to a possible later influence from the language of the Maikop culture to the south (which is hypothesized to have belonged to the North Caucasian family) in the later Neolithic or Bronze age involving little genetic impact.[33]



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    Of course they had languages. Indo european languages are also influenced from the "paleo-substrat"/ pre-Indo european.
    btw: Its not sure if the Proto-IndoEuropean was spoken in the Steppe or Iranic plateau

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    Of course they had languages. Indo european languages are also influenced from the "paleo-substrat"/ pre-Indo european.
    btw: Its not sure if the Proto-IndoEuropean was spoken in the Steppe or Iranic plateau

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immanenz View Post
    Of course they had languages. Indo european languages are also influenced from the "paleo-substrat"/ pre-Indo european.
    btw: Its not sure if the Proto-IndoEuropean was spoken in the Steppe or Iranic plateau
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    The native language of Europe was probably partly related to Basque and Aquitanian. There are plenty of words with disputed and unknown etymology as well in many other languages.

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    Baque is a preindouropean language and is usually linked with some caucasian languages especially from Georgia, but apart from some coincidences in vocabulary there is not any actual proof.
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    In grammar they are also coincidences , many caucasians languages are also ergative languages.

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