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The Indo-European languages consist of Latin, Greek, Hittite, Sanskrit, French, German, Latvian, English, Spanish, Russian and dozens of others, many have become extinct meaning no known native speakers are alive today. What is called Proto-Indo-European (PIE) is the lost ancestral language from which the Indo-European languages ultimately derived from.
- Main Article: Tower of Babel
The Tower of Babel (Hebrew: מגדל בבל, Migdāl Bāḇẹl; Arabic: برج بابل, Burj Babil) (built Tammuz 1762 AMJuly 2241 BC
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Tammuz 1762 AM) was the first building project attempted by humans after the global flood. The approximate date of its building is given by James Ussher, who in The Annals of the World cites Manetho's Book of Sothis, as translated by Georgius Syncellus, as stating that the Babel Incident took place five years following the birth year of Peleg.