What language did Otzi the Iceman speak?
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- Answered Nov 7, 2017
- Dated to 3300 BC?
Too late to be sure it was Hebrew (since after Babel, technically, 3300 BC would be the Byzantine year of the Flood, but by carbon rise, a sample really from Flood would be dated much older and a sample carbon dated to 3300 BC is more like from 2000 BC, from times of Abraham).
Too early to have a certainly recognisable Etruscan or Rhaetic or Italic or Germanic or Celtic language.
So, clear conclusion : we don’t know.
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