mc2499 at mclink.it
Sat Jul 27 13:05:47 EDT 2002
>It was just a few
>months ago that we went around and around over the purported
>tehom/tiamat cognate, the place of Enuma Elish in the grand
>scheme of things, and all the rest.
"purported tehom/tiamat cognate"
I gather, Dave, that you are disputing that these are
cognates (despite the fact that most have recognized
the situation for over a century).
Why? Is there something in the comparative linguistics
which is not clear on the matter? Could you be precise
on your dispute?
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