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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout Provence. This week’s 18 different films include Magic in the Moonlight, The Judge and Get on Up. Find out more...
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- The Sentient Traveler, Provence
So far, I've drawn a rough layman’s sketch of prehistorical southeastern Europe. We have now a basic storyline for the linguistic and perhaps cultural roots. But before moving on, I need to acknowledge that some disagree with David Anthony regarding the origins of IE languages; and also that I... Read moreby The Sentient Traveler on November 3, 2012