> >- By "Pre-Greek" do you mean "Proto-Greek"? (The latter is the
> >term I am familiar with is why I ask.)considered
> The convention (not always adhered to) is that Pre-X is the ancestor
> of a single language X, while Proto-X is the ancestor of a set of
> related languages (language family) X. Greek is generally
> to be a single language, so Pre-Greek, but Proto-Germanic.Aaah. Understood. Thanks!