Team of international archaeologists finds letter in a lost language in Peru

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Trinh Do  Identity Verified
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What a pity it's extinct. Sep 26, 2010

This is a big loss to the linguistics world. It would be interesting to have a look at that piece of paper, though, in Spanish and the language.


Tomás Cano Binder, BA, CT  Identity Verified
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Great! Sep 26, 2010

We constantly need new extinct-language projects onto which dump a pile of money of the taxpayer! It's great that they found another one!


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Thanks for posting this! Sep 26, 2010

Thanks for posting this news story - I love when new language are discovered. This one was particularly interesting to me because up until 9 months ago I was living in Peru, very close to where this paper was discovered! I think I'll do some more investigation about the paper and let my friends in Peru know about it! Thanks again for sharing thisicon_smile.gif


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