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I thought that this book was very unimpressive. The writers point of view is too strongly represented within it's writing. The writer is writing from a very ethnocentric point of view, and even were she not she manages to make the subject matter quite dull and lifeless.

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Excellent scholarship shedding light on a decisive and formative historical period that formed our language and aspects of our culture. Non-archaeologists may want to skip over those parts that diligently cover technical details and read the book for the narrative of key cultural events and influences. An important book worthy of the highest rating. 

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by being an hobbyist Indo-European linguist, at first I was so eager to read this interesting book, but there it was!, the first mention of nonattested and fabricated geographical region of "Eastern Anatolia", popularized by pan-turkists and their cheap and quacky paid off poppet schoolars in west instead of historically attested and toponymically true and genuine "Armenian Highlands", I considered the rest of material in this book racist nonsense and I trashed it into the recycle bin!
funny thing is Mr. Anthony's hypocritical approach to others schoolar theorems in the section of Homeland of Indo-Europeans, shamelessly calling them racist and nationalistic!
 

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