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The article seems to be written from some sort of Celtic POV :) Haukurth 22:12, 25 May 2005 (UTC)

the stub at Lesbian Greek should probably be merged here. dab () 09:02, 7 September 2005 (UTC)

One of the hazardsEdit

Often the books and theories of the 19th century and before are classics of prose and treasures of scholarship, but one of the hazards of working from the 1911 Britannica and Google Books is that from time to time you encounter material that is badly out of date. You just have to know which is which. Here the theory of the origin of the Aeolians and the Aeolic dialect(s) is just such a case. There were no Aeolic speakers on the plains of central Europe waiting to wave in on Greece. I would immediately tend to this myself but right now I am busy on Ionian and other articles. I thought I would give a heads up on it for when I or someone DO get to it.Dave (talk) 20:29, 9 February 2008 (UTC)

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