It covers general works, general linguistics and related disciplines, Indo-European languages, Eurasiatic
languages, languages of mainland Southeast Asia, and sign languages.
The southern Apennines is a NE-vergent fold and thrust belt derived from the collision between the Adria and Eurasiatic
plates, which started in the Early Miocene (e.g., Cello and Mazzoli, 1999).
Rejecting the agreement and joining the Russian initiative, the Eurasiatic
Union, triggered a spiral of clashes which has ended with a political catastrophe in Ukraine and a geo-political cataclysm at the European geopolitical scale.
The study shows that Gephyrostegus is closely related to another group of Eurasiatic
and North American tetrapods called seymouriamorphs, also involved in debates about amniote ancestry.
Greenberg's (2005: 331) version of it, however, is slightly different, and called by him Eurasiatic
, which comprises the following: 1) Indo-European; 2) Uralic; 3) Altaic; 4) Yukaghir; 5) Gilyak; 6) Eskimo; 7) Korean; 8) Ainu; 9) Japonese.
The group of widespread taxa, although comprising a greater number of geoelements (Paleotemperate, Subcosmopolitan, Cosmopolitan, European, Eurasiatic
, Circumboreal, Paleosubtropical, Subtropical, Eurosiberian and Thermo-cosmopolitan), is in second place and is represented by just 86 taxa (39%).
Related to this Borean language family are Eurasiatic
, Afroasiatic, SinoCaucasian, Austric, and Amerind roots that form the basic languages of the Borean language family.
Originally interested in whether Indo-European might be related to Semitic languages, the author has since become a strong proponent of the theory that Indo-European is one of many daughter languages of a Nostratic macrofamily of Afrasian, Elamo-Dravidian, Kartvelian, and Eurasiatic
, in turn, includes Etruscan, Indo-European, Uralic, Yukaghir, Altaic, Chukchi-Kamchatkan, Gilyak, and Eskimo-Aleut.
In the course of his "Eurasiatic
language family" Joseph H.
The microfauna in Level K of the Gruta do Caldeirao (Povoas et al., 1993), with Allacricetus bursae, discovered in Portugal for the first time, demonstrates the extension of eurasiatic
steppes in the Iberian peninsula ca.