IPOTEZA INDRAZNEATA, PELASGII ?

Fetheared image, is from Pelasgians and Balto-Slavic. The search for common roots http://suyun.info/index.php?p=4_17062017_7_2&LANG=ENG

“The Studies of L. A. Gindin and V. L. Tsymbursky show us, that ancient population from Indo-Europeans of the Balkans were Pelasgians, in this regard, i assume that the Pelasgians were the ancient ancestors of the Proto Greek-Italic tribes, and related Proto Balto-Slavic tribes. Of the my opinion that the ancestors of the Pelasgians came to the Balkans and the Italian Peninsula from Central Europe and the Baltic.”

DACA VOM CAUTA RADACINILE PROTO-INDO-EUROPENE DAM EXACT PESTE RADACINILE ILIRE. Aceasta se intampla datorita faptului ca dupa unele ipoteze bazinul limbii Indo-Europene se suprapune peste acela al Proto-Ilirilor.

Harta din The Evolution of the Indo-European Languages Dr. C. George Boeree http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/indoeuropean.html

MAI PRECIS CRED EU CA ILIRII AU STAT LA BAZA RAMURII ITALO-CELTICE.

Indo-European Etymological Dictionary – Indogermanisches Etymologisches Woerterbuch (JPokorny)                                                     https://academiaprisca.org/indoeuropean.html

The dialectological position of Illyrian within the Indo-european, language-family and its implications for Prehistory  https://www.persee.fr/doc/iliri_1727-2548_1976_num_5_1_1212          Ronald A. Crossland

Illyrians – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illyrians                                                    The Illyrians were a group of IndoEuropean tribes in antiquity, who inhabited part of the … They argued (following the “Kurgan hypothesis”) that the ‘protoIllyrians‘ had arrived much earlier, during the Bronze Age as nomadic IndoEuropeans .

Map from File:Proto-Illyrian & Illyrian Precursors Ethnogenesis Map (English).svg

File:Proto-Illyrian & Illyrian Precursors Ethnogenesis Map (English).svg

Bronze Age cultures in Central and Eastern Europe

 

The spread of Illyrian river, place, and tribal names in central Europe is shown on a Inap … The ProtoIllyrians apparently occupied all Pannonia and present-day 

The Italian linguist Bonfante shows that Dodona was an Illyrian temple
https://www.ocnal.com › Home › Illyrians                                                                                             , the Italian linguist pointed out the prominent presence of protoIllyrians. The Italian linguist …
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An Evolutionary Time-line of the Indo-European Languages

c. 5000 bc. http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/indoeuropean.html

Homeland:  The Danube River valley (Wallachia and Hungary).  Farming learned from the people of Asia Minor.  Cultivation of native rye and oats and domestication of native pigs, geese, and cattle begins.  Strong tribal sociey develops. This is the hypothesis first presented by Igor M. Diakonov. Note: Most linguists follow Marija Gimbates’ Kurgan theory. A smaller group follow Colin Renfrew’s Anatolian theory. I am admittedly only an amateur, but I prefer Diakonov’s Balkan theory, which is also a part of Renfrew’s extended theory.There are many reasons for choosing the Danube River valley:  Farming is possible, although the land is less than desirable to more powerful tribes from the south; the flora and fauna of the valley, as well as for other natural features such as hills and rivers, are represented by the oldest words we can reconstruct; it includes the natural ranges of wild horses which, when later domesticated, would become the Indo-European’s “ace card”;  the area is central to the eventual expanse of the Indo-Europeans, with due allowance for the more rapid expanse commonplace over steppe-lands;  the area is also in close proximity to some of the most conservative recent representatives of the family.

The most compelling reason is the presence of the Danubian culture, with its linear incised pottery, at this same time.  The culture spreads soon after in exactly the directions that would account for the spread of PIE.

There are, of course, many other possibilities.  The most common suggestion is the steppes north of the Black Sea, for many similar reasons.  I believe that the strong tribal social structure suggests that the Indo-Europeans were farmers before they were pastoralists.  It is highly unlikely that they went straight from steppe hunter-gatherers to sophisticated pastoralists in one step.

c. 4000 bc.

Proto-Anatolians move east to the northern Caucasus.  They would be profoundly influenced by the advanced cultures of Asia Minor and beyond.Proto-Tokharians  move east into the Ukraine.  These people are the most likely originators of the horse culture.  There is also plenty of evidence of ox-drawn wagons with disk wheels in the western steppes.

A western dialect emerges on the upper Danube and beyond.  The enclosed steppe of the Hungarian Plain is an ideal position to blend farming with a horse culture.

c. 3000 bc.

Copper working, learned from the people of Asia Minor, begins in Thrace and the Danube valley and reaches Germany by 3000 bc.Domestication of the horse spreads from the Ukraine.  Within a thousand years, horsemanship spreads from the Ukraine throughout the Indo-European area, even into Scandinavia.  It is the steppe inhabitants who change most dramatically into true pastoral societies.  In the more wooded areas of Europe, horse ownership begins to differentiate a warrior nobility from commoners.  Of course, use of the horse spreads to the non-IE societies of the Middle East as well.

The disk-wheel wagon has spread from Russia across Europe to Holland.

The Proto-Anatolians move from the Caucasus to Asia Minor.The Proto-Tokharians continue east to the steppes, towards the Tarim Basin in northwestern China.  They may be the people known to the Chinese as the Yüeh-chi, and may have been the core of the Kushan Empire of the first century AD.

The Proto-Celts separate from the rest of the western dialect and expand west into southern Germany and France, where they develop the Michelsburg culture and begin to strongly pressure the pre-PIE people, likely including the ancestors of the Basques and Aquitanians.  The remaining western dialect tribes edge into the modern Slovenia-Croatia area as well as northern Germany.

The main body of Indo-Europeans expands into Thrace, the Ukraine, Bohemia, and Poland, and begins to differentiate into a northern dialect (Bohemia, Poland, and Hungary, represented by the Funnel Beaker culture) and a southern dialect (Wallachia, Thrace, and Ukraine, continuing the Danubian culture). The original inhabitants north and west of the Carpathians, likely speakers of Uralic languages, are pushed further north and east.

c. 2500 bc.

Bronze working develops throughout Indo-European area.

The Proto-Italics, who speak a western dialect, move west and south from the Slovenia area into Italy. There they would encounter well-established pre-PIE people, possibly the ancestors of the Etruscans and Rhaetians.
The Proto-Illyrians, speaking a western dialect (perhaps), move south from the northern Croatia area into Illyria (the Dalmatian coast).

One branch of the southern dialect – Proto-Hellenic – moves south into Macedonia, Greece, and the Aegean islands, absorbing much of the Pelasgian people and culture.  By 1500 bc, the southern-most tribes would establish the Mycenaean culture.

The Proto-Germanics move into Scandinavia. Odd aspects of Proto-Germanic may be due to interaction with northern Celtic tribes, Baltic tribes, and possibly to the presence of native speakers of Uralic languages in Scandinavia.

The remaining body of Indo-Europeans (the Baltic, Poland, Bohemia, the Hungarian Plain, Wallachia, Thrace, the Ukraine and the neighboring steppes) – both northeast and southeast dialects – undergoes the Satem phonetic changes.

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