Ysgrifenna Raimund Karl:
<< The most consensus-like thing you might get among linguists on this issue is that some form of 'common Celtic' (to be understood not as a single language, but rather as a broad dialect continuum) must have existed at some point in the past, and that it, even earlier than that, was part of a general Italo-Celtic branch (which again would have been a dialect continuum) of the western IE languages. >>
Noswaith dda, Ray.
I thought theories of an "Italo-Celtic" branch of IE were now held in some disrepute within the linguistic community?
Bendithion yr hen Dduwiau Celtaidd ar bawb,
Croman mac Nessa
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