The PEDIGREE of
First Speaker of pre-Germanic

 
     (language prob. adopted in parts of Funnel-Beaker domain as Kurgan influence spread over Karpathian mountains; there are signs of creolization or imperfect learning but the details are a matter for conjecture)

     Born:  ca 3300 BC


 "Child(ren)":       First Speaker of Proto-Germanic   ;   poss. proto-Albanian
 poss. "Partner(s)":       First Speaker of Proto-Baltic   ;   some other source for Creole/Koine features of Germanic
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/-- First Speaker of Eurasiatic Proper   +====> [ 42]
/-- 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 Northwest Caucasian   +====> [ 41]
/  \-- poss.  Substrate from Northwest Caucasian
/-- First Speaker of Late Indo-Hittite  (ca 4200 BC)
\-- Woman of the Late Copper Age
\-- Woman of the Middle Copper Age
/   \-- Woman of the Early Copper Age   +====> [ 45]
/-- First Speaker of Indo-European Proper  (ca 4000 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Late Indo-European  (ca 3800 BC)
/-- prob.  First Speaker of Italo-Celtic  (3500 BC)
| or: Italic (q.v.)
/   | or: poss. Early Indo-Hellenic (q.v.)
/  
- First Speaker of pre-Germanic
/-- poss.  First Speaker of Late Eurasiatic, q.v.
/   | or: a non-Nostratic language
/-- prob.  PITTED WARE CULTURE
/-- prob.  First Speaker of Erteboelle
/   | OR: poss. First Speaker of Far-northern Berberish   +====> [ 45]
\-- First Speaker of Funnel-Beaker
/-- Man of the GRAVETTIAN TOOLKIT   +====> [ 34]
/-- Man of the EPIGRAVETTIAN TOOLKIT
/-- Man of the SOLUTREAN TOOLKIT
/-- Man of the MAGDALENIAN TOOLKIT
/   | or: AHRENSBURG CULTURE
/-- Man of the MAGELMOSE TOOLKIT
/-- Man of KONGEMOSE CULTURE  (6000? BC - 5200? BC)
\-- woman of ERTEBOELLE CULTURE
 

 
  ``3-Great Grandchildren:''       First Speaker of Gothic   ;   First Speaker of Suevic   ;   Woman of OKSYWIE CULTURE   ;   First Speaker of Old Low Germanic   ;   First Speaker of Northern Old English   ;   First Speaker of West Scandinavian   ;   First Speaker of East Scandinavian
 

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