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Linguistic Area of Baltic-Slavic languages

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Source The Indo-European Languages, A G Ramat, P Ramat. Taylor & Francis, 1998. ISBN 041506449X. Archaeological cultures (labeled in white): From Trzciniec - Komarow - Sosnica. A Culture Cycle from the Early and Middle Bronze Age. Jan Dobrowski. Archaeologia Polonia. XVI, 1975
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