The PEDIGREE of
First Speaker of Indo-Tyrrhenian

     poss. No. Eurasiatic Mesolithic; relation of Etruscan to Indo-European is highly conjectural

     Born:  ca 6500 BC


 "Child(ren)":       First Speaker of Early Indo-Hittite   ;   First Speaker of Aegean-Pelasgian   ;   First Speaker of Tyrrhenian
 poss. "Partner(s)":       Man of the Seroglazovo Culture       prob. First Speaker of Alarodian   ;   Ugric, q.v.   ;   First Speaker of Eurasiatic [Starostin Model]   ;   First Speaker of Indo-Uralic   ;   First Speaker of Aegean-Pelasgian
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/-- First Speaker of Afro-Khoisan   +====> [ 29]
/-- First Speaker of Early Pan-afroasian
/-- First Speaker of Middle Pan-afroasian
/-- First Speaker of Late Pan-afroasian
/-- First Speaker of Congo-Nostratic
/-- First Speaker of Caucaso-Nostratic
/-- First Speaker of Dene-Nostratic
/-- First Speaker of Amerindo-Nostratic
/-- First Speaker of Nostratic  (ca 15,000 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Nostratic, Eurasian branch
/-- First Speaker of Euro-Kartvelian  (ca 12,000 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Early Eurasiatic  (ca 10,000 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Eurasiatic
/-- First Speaker of Eurasiatic Proper  (ca 8500 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Indo-Uralic  (ca 8000 BC)
/  
- First Speaker of Indo-Tyrrhenian
 

 
  (poss.) ``2(+)-Great Grandchildren:''       First Speaker of Late Indo-European   ;   Lucius Tarquinius Priscus (5th King) of ROME   ;   Lucius TARQUINIUS Superbus (7th King) of ROME   ;   Tarquinia (daughter of Priscus)   ;   Tarquinia (Minor)   ;   (NN) ... (NN) of CAERE
 

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