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and mixed with the natives of Lepenski Vir. So they cannot be Indo-Europeans. B.B.: What do linguistic cues lead to? B.H.: Tens of words that appear in Petar Skok’s Etymological Dictionary of Croat or Serbian were labeled as “pre-Indo-European”. Some of these substratum words were explicitly designated as “proto-Mediterranean”. There is a strong probability that they belonged to the vocabulary of the Vinčans, if not even to a wider population of Old Europe. At the same time, these pre-Indo-European words occur in the present-day Basque, of unknown