Re: Celtic/Germanic

From: Joseph S Crary
Message: 8442
Date: 2001-08-10

From Glen

>Exactly. And further, Germanic's sound shift might not have even
been so large as is traditionally seen.<

Is that why someone might say nordic-german was creole or creo-lish

In unaggregated prestige driven Heroic societies, were status and
authority were derived from the raid and war, the outward display of
rank and affiliation were all important yet often limited, and every
one had a linguistic axe, in on form or another, to grind

Didn't the Romans comment about that, over and over and over?

JS Crary