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Talk:New research shows over 400 languages originated in Turkey

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Why should we advertise more for discover? Hmmm? --Brian McNeil / talk 09:56, 27 August 2012 (UTC)

...originated in Anatolia or Asia Minor not TurkeyEdit

Turkey is the modern country that is home to the majority of the ethnic group known as Turks. The area/peninsula Turkey is mostly situated on is called Anatolia or Asia Minor. Turks first came to Anatolia about 1000 years ago, while the languages the article speaks of, were used thousands of years before that by people who no longer exist ethnically. Turkish is, in fact, not an Indo-Euopean language. 205.142.197.33 (talk) 17:03, 28 August 2012 (UTC)

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