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How Did Cavemen Communicate? Home History Prehistory According to archaeologists, Neanderthal people, known colloquially as cavemen, lived in groups with simple social structures, had their own languages and communicated by speaking.

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Cavemen 'may have used language' Neanderthals may have had ... But some scientists have warned that it is not possible draw any conclusions about the Neanderthals ability to speak from the ...

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Smart News Keeping you current Cavemen Used Some of the Same Words We Do Our modern language still has some remnants of the grunting cavemen who came before us

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The Telegraph: “Cavemen ‘May Have Used Language’” Despite frequent caricatures of Neanderthals as mentally deficient, grunting cavemen, scientists continue to find evidence that Neanderthals were intelligent beings quite a lot like us.

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Best Answer: No. People didn't even speak English at the time of Christ, much less in 10,000 BC! English has only been around for about 1,500 years. Cavemen's language would have been more than grunts and head nods though. Man's brain was fully evolved 10,000 years ago and the cavemen would have had a fully ...

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How did the cavemen communicate or even understand each other without a proper language? ... Genetic evidence suggest they interbred and its hard to imagine taking a mate wo did not have language! would you? ... Can we use emotions in our language to talk to someone who doesn’t speak English, yet still they would understand us?

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Did Stone Age cavemen talk to each other in symbols? ... They seem to have found evidence that some form of written language was being attempted by our Stone Age ancestors, an idea that – if ...

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The largest group of languages are the Indo-European super family of languages. Some 3 billion people speak a language found in this family. Scientists have developed a proposed IndoEuropean protolanguage (Translation: "This is what we guess the original first language was like.") One could then say cavemen spoke IndoEuropean protolanguage.

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So you can't say "cavemen weren't really more X than we are", because it isn't clear which species "cavemen" refers to. Chrisrus 07:23, 8 November 2009 (UTC) Intro. A caveman or troglodyte is a popular stock character based upon popular concepts of the way in which early prehistoric humans may have looked and

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If this is when they developed language, were they changing from no language to modern language, or perhaps from 'protolanguage' to modern language? And if the latter, when did 'protolanguage' emerge? Did our cousins the Neanderthals speak a protolanguage? At the moment, we don't know. One tantalizing source of evidence has emerged recently.