For the first time in four thousand years the ancient language called PIE can be heard thanks to decades of research.
In a recording Dr Andrew Byrd, a linguistics expert from the University of Kentucky, reads the parable of the sheep and the horses in an ancient language called Proto-Indo-European, or PIE.
Even though there is no written record of the language, Dr Byrd has managed to recreate an approximate version based on knowledge of ancient texts in Indo-European languages, such as Latin, Greek and Sanskrit.
The Kurgan hypothesis is the most likely explanation for how culture and language spread across early Europe and Asia
The language was last spoken between approximately 4,500 and 2,500 B.C by our ancestors from all over Europe and Asia.
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