Sanskrit linguistically

Sanskrit linguisticaly


When comparative linguistics started, the majority opinion was that the original homeland of the language family had to be India. This had an ideological reason,That Enlightenment philosophers such as Voltaire were eager to replace Biblical tradition with a more distant Oriental source of inspiration for European culture,China was a popular candidate, but India had the advantage of being linguistically making it the homeland of the European languages or even of the European peoples, would be helpful in the dethronement of Biblical authority, but by no means far-fetched.


Moreover, there was also a seemingly good linguistic reason for choosing India the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit, was apparently the closest to the hypothetical Proto-lndo-European language from which all existing members of the language family descended. It had all the grammatical categories of Latin and Greek in the most complete form, plus a few more, e.g. three numbers including a dualis in declension and conjugation, and all eight declension cases. Apparently, Sanskrit was very close to if not identical, 
In reality, there is no necessary relation between the linguistic antiquity of a language and its proximity

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