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From: "Piotr Gasiorowski" <piotr.gasiorowski@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2002 6:20 PM
Subject: Re: [tied] Re: Bo!
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> [Moeller] It could be a link. specialy I have my own feeling
( maybe wrong) the south slavic , special the bulgarian
language are so different from the rest of slavic world
> because of the long bilingvism with the thracians there,
getting a lot of changes in their languages. But this is just
a feeling ( ok, I have something here I work about, but too
little for saying more).
> A long period of bilingualism? Thracian was a dead language
when the Slavs reached Thrace.
[Moeller] was it dead indeed? or you mean no records no
existence?Let us just remember of bessi and their language, or
if you like, I will correct myself and I will say, the dacians
from Moesia, not the thracians.
P.S. Pitr, does the word "Montedava" tell you something?