--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "P&G" <G&P@...> wrote:
> This is just too easy, Aquila.
> When I choose Greek and query the evidence, you say:
> > "I am not only speaking about Greek, but also Romanic. I do not
> >that all mediterranean languages have developed all the mentioned
> Yes you did. You now seem to be backing away from that idea.
> You said:
> >"The influence is seen allready in classical greek."
> >"Greek and the IE languages around the Mediterranean Sea are
> >influences by the afro-asiatic >languages in their structure."
> >"Many elements of ...the AA languages ...have spread througout
most of the
> >languages since that time."
> >"the IE languages around the Mediterranean sea have been strongly
> structurally by the AA languages."
> Nothing wrong with putting forward an idea or a theory, but it is
> state as fact something that cannot be proved, and flies against
> evidence. It is also unwise on this list to say you did not claim
> you did.