Proto-Maritime : a linguistic overview

Reconstructing an ancient tongue.

The Proto-Maritime language, 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 some three thousand years before the present (BP). Until that point, the islands were the sole preserve of two groups of the Yelé people.

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