Proto-Maritime : a linguistic overview

Reconstructing an ancient tongue.

The Proto-Maritime language, the ancestor of the Maritime language family, was spoken by the Proto-Maritime people who lived on the islands of Mohai and Pheku off the north-east coast of Aheku.

The language arose as a result of the mixing of two cultures in the years after Omu Hemwã -186X (equivalent to around 1500 B.C. in Earth terms, or 3,500 years ago). Until OH -186X, the islands were the sole preserve of two groups of the Yelé people.

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