Re: substrates and history
|From:||Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, March 22, 2001, 1:28|
> This should best be moved to the Conculture list. Frank,
> if you're not subscribed, you can subscribe to this list
> through egroups.com; as this is where those of us who
> have cultures with our conlangs discuss them. It's also
> where discussions of ill Bethisad's history and suchlike
> happen. Sporadic as they have recently been.
Then I'm off to subscribe =)
> >I would have a few questions now.
> >Secondly, historywise: the history of Dalmatia I presented goes up to the
> >end of the 1500's, as after that the history of Europe *here* becomes far
> >more confused what with international or even transcontinental politics
> >and events influencing even local histories. What happens *there* from
> >about 1600 to 1900? I think I recall, that the French Revolution did take
> >place *there*?
> If there was one, it was rather different. Or at least its
> effects were somewhat muted. Largely, I think History
> progressed more or less like *here*.
Hm, so then...
this'll be interesting =)
Ferenc Gy. Valoczy
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