The Italian linguist Bonfante shows that Dodona was an Illyrian temple

The Italian linguist Bonfante shows that Dodona was an Illyrian temple

 The Italian glottologist, Guliano Bonfante, is one of the most important names of Indo-European linguistics.

Bonfante made linguistic exhortations that proved many of his assertions relating to Illyrians.

In his article 'Illyrian Elements in Greek Mythology', the Italian linguist pointed out the prominent presence of proto-Illyrians.

The Italian linguist Bonfante shows that Dodona was an Illyrian temple

Bonfante is one of the first to match the historic Pelasgians with this proto-Illyrian wave.

According to him, 'the Pelasgians belong to the Proto-Illyrian waves'.

For him, Dodona's hieroglyph was nothing but an Illyrian language territory.

The Konica.al Portal brings a fragment from Bonfante's article about one of the most famous Mediterranean temples in seniority:

"Dodona, in the place of Elopes, is in an entirely Illyrian language territory and, distinctly, Illyrian is also the term of Dodona (compared with Salôna, Narôna, etc., and H. Krahe, Die alten balkanill geogr Namen, Aid., 1925, p. 47 et al.). Regarding the proto-Illyrian term of Pelasgians (from Πελαγ + σκο-ί), I wrote somewhere else. "Bonfante wrote./Oculus News

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