Origin Language Neandertal Oral Written Word Assemblages Cro Magnon Homo Erectus Linguistic Capability Wisdom Ages Toledoth Original Semitic Biblical Roots Language Development Table Nations Genesis Cavemen Spoke Biblical Tongues

Scientists are realizing that homo erectus and neandertals were little different than modern humans, all of the human syngameon (biblical kind), fully capable of speaking, so what archaic language did they speak, just grunts and clicks, or syllables to form words of mutually understandable meaning, purposely strung together to make sentences expressing the thoughts of the speaker to the listener? 

With the anatomical capability to speak, and having carried on very human daily activities, there’s no reason to think that they didn’t have languages, and since the most ancient are such as Semitic, Kushitic, and Ionian, those surely must have been the languages of the “cavemen,” because after all, if not those archaic languages, then what languages supposedly were their predecessors? 

The semitic alphabet is the most ancient, and guess where it originated?  See article #13 at http://GenesisVeracity.com to understand the origin of the recording of history, by eyewitnesses, in the hebrew language, with semitic letters, those letters later which would dominate the writing systems of hte post Deluge world, writing which was learned by many, but perhaps not be the “cavemen,” who were illiterate perhaps, but they could talk the talk, relating to http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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