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Neanderthal Language

John Hawks commenting on this account of a talk by Francesco D'Errico:

Given the confluence of the recent evidence from genetics, archaeology, and anatomy, I do not see how anyone can maintain the hypothesis that Neandertals (and presumably, other Late Pleistocene humans) did not have language.

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