Researchers in Spain have uncovered a new version of the Romance languages of Spain, the earliest known examples of which date back more than 2,000 years.
The team used high-resolution imaging and 3D reconstructions to reconstruct the language of the language family known as Proto-Indo-European.
The findings, published online on Nov. 30, 2015, reveal a number of important changes and new features in the language.
The researchers have identified a number more than 1,000 changes in the Proto-Indian language.
One of these is the use of a phoneme system called a diphthong, which is more complex than the system in Proto-Turkic, which has a syllable-initial consonant and vowel system.
The new Proto-Sanskrit language, called Proto-Armenian, has a more complex phonemic system, including a syllabic accent, which allows the words for both vowels and consonants to sound more like each other.
This unique phonemic arrangement, and the lack of consonants in Proto, is what allows the language to have two different grammatical genders, with the nouns “proto” meaning “one” and “armenian” meaning the “two.”
“This unique system enables Proto-Iranian to have a third gender, which was not possible with Proto-Arabic, and that is what we are now calling Proto-Bactrian,” said the researchers.
The researchers also noted that Proto-Elamite has a new phonemic feature that makes the word “elamite” sound more similar to the English “leather.” “
This distinction is not only an important difference, but it also means that this language is much more diverse than Proto-Aryan.”
The researchers also noted that Proto-Elamite has a new phonemic feature that makes the word “elamite” sound more similar to the English “leather.”
This is also not in Proto-, but Proto-Canaanite, a language in the same family.
“We also see that there are two more consonants than in Proto Indo-European, so there are a number different ways of writing and making the vowels in this language,” said Dr. José Manuel Martinez, who led the research.
He also noted some differences between the languages that were spoken by the ancient people and the language spoken by modern-day Iranians and Arabs.
“There is a difference between Proto-Asiatic and Proto-Persian, so that is a huge difference,” Martinez said.
In addition, the researchers found that there were a number changes to the spelling of Proto-European as well as to the names of some of the words that were in Proto.
The Proto-Greek and Proto