> It's something I read years ago. It may have been
> Bomhard, but I've seen it mentioned several times in
> postings on the old Nostratic list. I think someone
> also cited Joanna Nichols and the gist was that both
> IE and Kartvelian were once east of the Caspian and
> that there was an intervening language between them
> that accounted for wanderworts that didn't quite match
> --- "Daniel J. Milton" <dmilt1896@...> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, Rick McCallister
> > <gabaroo6958@> wrote:
> > > Regarding Georgian --from what I've read,
> > Kartvelian
> > > arrived in the Southern Caucasus c. 2000 BC from
> > > somewhere to the east.
> > Rick, can you recall what you read and where?
> > Aside from being part
> > of a putative Dene-Caucasian grouping, I wasn't
> > aware of evidence of
> > Kartvelian arriving from anywhere at any specific
> > time.
> > Dan
> Building a website is a piece of cake. Yahoo! Small Business givesyou all the tools to get online.