<< If we consider that Old Europe cultures precede Anatolian cultures we could assume that the top of the Indo-European tree is the I haplogroup population that spread from Balkans. (Indo) European language has origin thus in Magna (Dacia) Getae covering Romania, Ukrajna, Thracia, Panonia and Greece. The language closest to this is present day Romanian, which is closest to Old Greek and Latina Vulgara. Present day Romanian is the clue to all (Indo) European languages. Getae (Geths) and Goths are same people, the Goths spread from Dacia to France, Italy and Spain, covering areas that were populated from –10kyrBC to –2kyrBC by I populations. The Romans never changed, never latinized the Mediteranian populations they conquered, those people already spoke Koine, Vulgar Latin, Old Dacian – old European ‘Latin’ Languages, the lingua franca of all Roman Empire. J2 farmers coming from Middle Asia were most important by bringing farming technologies, and changed significantly the populations but numerically they were probably absorbed by Old I Europeans. >>
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Poate românii sunt o amestecătură de neamuri, dar limba pe care o vorbim e una dintre cele mai vechi. Articolul nu a fost scris de un dacolog.