Re: 'Dug' from PIE? (was: Rg Veda Older than Sanskrit)

From: Brian M. Scott
Message: 57819
Date: 2008-04-21

At 3:58:34 AM on Monday, April 21, 2008, tgpedersen wrote:

> --- In, "Brian M. Scott"
> <BMScott@...> wrote:

>> At 7:51:50 PM on Sunday, April 20, 2008, tgpedersen
>> wrote:

>>> --- In, "Brian M. Scott"
>>> <BMScott@> wrote:

>> [...]

>>>> (Yours is a non-solution to the more general problem
>>>> anyway: at this point, at least, it's just a fancy way of
>>>> saying 'We don't know where this came from'.)

>>> No, as far as I'm concerned, Schrijver's 'language of
>>> geminates' is the NWBlock language, which I've said
>>> several times before.

>> Exactly.

> And, the NWBlock language was spoken in the area between
> the rivers Weser/Aller and Somme/Oise. That's a where.

It's a puff of what might be smoke, and you want to shout
'Fire!'. I stand by what I wrote.