carusu_babaluciu wrote:Now on to the "conlang" aspect. I was wondering who in here knows much about the extinct Continental Celtic languages. I speak Scottish Gaelic and Welsh fluently but from what I understand these languages lacked a few significant features of the Insular Branch, like conjugated prepositions and consonant mutation which makes the issue of just how the grammar would be set up significantly different.
Jarhead wrote:The only thing I may suggest is that, since in the years BC the great majority of people had really low-level culture to no culture at all, mankind wasn't ready to develop small territorial independent societies, so there was the need of a great centralized power.
linguoboy wrote:It's not possible for a human society to have "no culture at all" (at least according to the usual definition of that term in the social sciences)
so I'm not sure what you're attempting to say here.
There were "territorial independent societies" in Europe long before the Romans. In fact, the Romans would never have been able to accomplish what they did without borrowing extensively from pre-existing cultures, notably the Greeks and the Etruscans.
Jarhead wrote:linguoboy wrote:It's not possible for a human society to have "no culture at all" (at least according to the usual definition of that term in the social sciences)
I didn't say that societies didn't have a culture. I said PEOPLE didn't have a culture.
jarhead wrote:Like in the sentence: you are an idiot without culture (not a reference to anybody in this thread).
Jarhead wrote:And I'm not sure what you are doing here, as you never seem to help anybody in anything, but only belittle others who are trying to help, but I don't express my feelings in that regard.
jarhead wrote:If I can recall well, both Greeks and Etruscans had a particular type of society - they didn't have a centralized power but every city was independent.
jarhead wrote:What leaves me astounded is that you can never contribute positively to any topic, but only look for something to deny in other people's posts. Please. Get a life.
Two weeks ago, jarhead wrote:Now I understand better! Thanks for the explanation. You made it very clear ;) Furthermore, your link about thematic relation made me think about my case system. Maybe I'll rewrite them to fit them better xD
Jarhead wrote:linguoboy wrote:I await your clarification.
Await long, I'm not wasting my time with you anymore.
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