Origin of language and culture: ancient history of mankind

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May - June



Origin of language

Boukalov A.V.

Origin of Human Language

Genetics data about distribution of the person on the Earth in a combination with results of linguistic researches allow to put forward the thesis, that all languages of the world not only it is possible but also it is necessary to consider as events originated from one parent language. One of possible variants of occurrence of language as combinations of mutations and accompanying social processes in community proto-Homo sapiens sapiens is considered. Occurrence of species Homo sapiens sapiens is inseparable from occurrence of the developed language as special social, communicative and intellectual, cognitive system.
Key words: evolution of human, language occurrence, expansion of Homo sapiens, genetic mutations, a social role of language, cognitive language role.

Ancient languages

Mosenkis Yu.L.

The Caucasian Languages in Ancient Britain and Germany

It is considered questions of presence of the Caucasian language substratum in the Celtic and German languages. It is shown, that Karthvelian and close related North Caucasian languages have been extended by it in the prehistoric Western Europe up to British Isles.
Key words: the Caucasian languages, language substratum, English language, the Celtic languages, the German languages.

Malovichko A.V., Kozyrski W.H., Uchaneishvili V.V.

The Experience of Etruscan Vocabulary Studying

We give the example of possible translation of Capuan tile text fragment. Author's "non-Indo-European" approach gave the translation due to vocabulary parallels to Caucasian languages. We present model justification for marked parallels.
Key words: (East)Caucasian languages, etruscology, Hurro-Urartian, In­do-European linguistics.


Koncha S.V.

On Reconstruction of Indo-European Mythology

Features of the Scandinavian myth about fight of gods and giants as variant of the basic In­do-European myth about fight and demons are considered. Numerous parallels and similarities to similar Babylon myths are shown.
Key words: In­do-European mythology, the Scandinavian mythology, the Babylon mythology, gods, demons, creations of the world, fight of gods.

Language and History of Culture

Mosenkis Yu.L., Jakimenko N.V.

Indo-European Conception about the Sacral Tsar-Legislator in Comparison with East Traditions (linguistic, mythological, legal and psychological aspects)

Sacral functions of the tsar in ancient societies of Europe and Asia are considered. For the archaic person the power of the leader, the magician, and then the sacred tsar, his prophecy and command are valid the law because they are built in natural Space.
Key words: the tsar-priest, the sacred tsar, religion, Indo-Europeans, ancient-oriented monarchy, Ancient Rome, Ancient China, Japan.

Origin of intellect

Kaznatcheyev V. P., Trofimov A. V.

The experimental works on the problem "intellect as the cosmoplanet phenomenon"

It is studied the influence of the solar activity and geomagnetic environment on the human organism and psychics. It is shown that the geomagnetic environment, being the important cosmophysical element, produces the influence on the intellectual-psychics human status. The geophysical conditions variations in the certain periods of the internal human development can cause the formation of the human organism chemical dependence on the psychically active matters as well as the intellect defects and the psychical diseases development. There is the reliable correlative connection between the intellect coefficient and the solar activity level near the calculated fecundation date. Thus the intellect, the psychical functions, the human diseases and the creative abilities reflect the cosmogeophysical space structure in several generations.
Key words: antropoecology, geomagnetic field, brain electric potentials, solar activity, intellect, cosmogeophysical space structure, embryo development.


Koncha S.V.

Comments to G.Berdyshev's article "Before Slavic and Early Slavic period of ethnogeny of the population of Ukraine"

The review of G.D.Berdyshev's article "Before Slavic and Early Slavic period of ethnogeny of the population of Ukraine" in #2, 2007.

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