Sunday, May 28, 2017

Edo Nyland - Linguistic Archaeology

Author Edo Nyland explores the possible basics of many modern languages in his new book, "Linguistic Archaeology: An Introduction" (published by Trafford Publishing). He lets readers take part in his adventures of recovering stone-age and medieval history by analysis of language.

This book is about the invention of ancient names and words. Virtually everyone's name hides an agglutinated shorthand sentence which can in most cases be recovered, as is explained with hundreds of examples. It explains the technique of decoding and translating many Ogam inscriptions found in Ireland and Scotland. It also discusses in detail the invented languages, showing their relationship with the universal language of the Neolithics.

read more here @ Broadway World - Books

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