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Alphabets in general tend to be arbitrarily arranged according to the idiosyncracies of their inventor. For example, cyrillic has its order due to arbitrary decisions by St. Cyril, the inventor of the cyrillic alphabet. In some cases, a verbal mnemonic is used to arrange the letters. For example, in the old Gaelic alphabet, it was based on trees, the first ...


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Given the southward spread, Slovenian was likely spoken within the Empire as well. Also Romansch, the fourth language of Switzerland. Not sure how much Polish was spoken; though the Empire overlaps modern Poland, remember that Poland was forcibly moved 300 miles to the west by the Soviets. The northern overlap is Brandenburg/Prussia, which would have been ...


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That sounds like just one person's theory. There is really no consensus on when humans acquired language, but most do seem to think that it was at the least part of the package of being an anatomically modern human (Homo Sapiens), so it is at least 100,000 years old. Thus any finds that predate language are probably not human (as we tend to think of it), ...


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The Romanian Historians of today are Bolsheviks who try desperately to show(in concordance with those in the West and East and the Catholic Church) that the Hungarians came last and Romanians were over there forever. The idea is that: The Romanian Catholics(persecuted by the Bulgarian Kings and Lords who were Romanians) were present in Paranoia at the time ...



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