Common Slavonic

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Early Slavs - Ethnogenesis - Linguistic Evidence
... Proto-Slavonic started to develop among the languages emerging through the disintegration of Proto-Indo-European, the reconstructed language from which a number of idioms spoken in Eurasia originated ... labialized velars), which may indicate a common "Proto-Balto-Slavic phase" in the development of the two branches of the Indo-European language family ... Kortlandt even places the territory where this common language was spoken near the Indo-European homeland itself "the Indo-Europeans who remained after the migrations became speakers of Balto-Slavic" ...

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