The Polynesians in Mesopotamia and Aegean Region?!

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  • Yuri Mosenkis

Keywords:

comparative linguistics, loan words, cultural terms, mythonims

Abstract

The major concern of the research is a demonstration of ancient presence of Austronesian languages in Mesopotamia and Aegean region.

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How to Cite

Mosenkis, Y. (2007). The Polynesians in Mesopotamia and Aegean Region?!. Origin of Language and Culture: Ancient History of Mankind, 1(1), 40–43. Retrieved from https://publishing.socionic.info/language/article/view/156

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