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Sumerian Contains Dravidian and Uralic Substrates Associated with the Emegir and Emesal Dialects

@inproceedings{Revesz2019SumerianCD,
  title={Sumerian Contains Dravidian and Uralic Substrates Associated with the Emegir and Emesal Dialects},
  author={P. Revesz},
  year={2019}
}
  • P. Revesz
  • Published 2019
  • Data mining the Sumerian vocabulary reveals a dichotomy of the cognate associations of the Emeĝir and the Emesal dialects, with the former having mostly Dravidian and the later mostly Uralic cognates, indicating that Sumerian arose by the combination of two languages from those language families. The data mining also reveals a distribution pattern of Proto-Uralic, Proto-Finno-Ugric, Proto-Ugric and Proto-Hungarian cognates that indicates that Sumerian is farther than Minoan from Hungarian… CONTINUE READING

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