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A BOOK OF THE BEGINNINGS

 

 

'There is a continuity in language which nothing equals; and there is an historical genuineness in ancient words, if but rightly interpreted, which cannot be rivalled by manuscripts, or coins, or monumental inscriptions.'

 

Max Muller
Chips From a German Workshop
, vol. 3, p. 256 (1876 ed.).

 

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