Rick Mc Callister rmccalli at sunmuw1.MUW.Edu
Tue Feb 2 19:33:25 UTC 1999

Edgar Polome' has an article in "When Worlds Collide", an interesting and
eclectic book.

At 9:15 AM -0600 1/29/99, iffr762 at wrote:

>	I agree whole-heartedly with Rossi's speculations.  I don't think
>they are "provable" (an over-used word in this field), but I agree.
>Trojan <-> Etruscan/Tuscan <-> Tyrrhenian <-> Tursha.  They are all
>variants of the same word.  I just wonder whether "Tarsus" and "Taurus" go
>in there.

>	Polome (if that is what "Polomi" meant) did indeed do a study of
>non-IE substrate in Germanic.  I do not know precisely where.

Rick Mc Callister
Columbus MS 39701
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