The PEDIGREE of
First Speaker of Early Celtic

 
     (Urnfield Culture, later Hallstatt culture); (the alternate family structure for Celtic, based on division into Insular and Continental branches, is falling into disfavor)

    Note: As shown, there are two different models of how Celtic divided into its four branches. The P/Q model, which relates the Celtiberians to the Goidelics of Ireland, fits well with Irish myth, and with certain similarities between place names in Ireland and Iberia.

     Born:  abt. 1200 BC


 "Child(ren)":       First Speaker of Celtic (Continental/Insular Model)   ;   First Speaker of Celtic (P/Q Model)   ;   Speech loans from Halstatt Culture
 poss. "Partner(s)":       La Tene Iron Age
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/-- First Speaker of Nostratic, Eurasian ...   +====> [ 38]
/-- First Speaker of Euro-Kartvelian
/-- First Speaker of Early Eurasiatic
/-- First Speaker of Eurasiatic
/-- First Speaker of Eurasiatic Proper
/-- First Speaker of Indo-Uralic
/-- First Speaker of Indo-Tyrrhenian
| (skip this generation?)
/   | OR: First Speaker of Eurasiatic [Starostin Model]   +====> [ 36]
/-- First Speaker of Early Indo-Hittite
/  \-- prob.  Man of the Seroglazovo Culture
/-- First Speaker of Indo-Hittite  (ca 4500 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Late Indo-Hittite  (ca 4200 BC)
\-- Woman of the Late Copper Age
\-- Woman of the Middle Copper Age
/-- Man of pre-Neolithic Age   +====> [ 40]
/-- Man of the Fertile-Crescent Neolithic Age
/-- Man of the Mediterranian Neolithic Age
/-- Man of the Danubian Neolithic Age
/-- Man of the Chalcolithic (Aeneolithic) Age
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 6a
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 5
/   \-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 4   +====> [ 3]
/   \-- Woman of the Early Copper Age
/-- First Speaker of Indo-European Proper  (ca 4000 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Late Indo-European  (ca 3800 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Italo-Celtic  (3500 BC)
/   | (skip this generation?)
/-- First Speaker of proto-Celtic  (2000? BC)
/  
- First Speaker of Early Celtic
 

 
  (poss.) ``Grandchildren:''       First Speaker of Insular Celtic   ;   First Speaker of P-Celtic   ;   First Speaker of Goidelic   ;   First Speaker of Late Common Germanic
 

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