These are tentative maps of prehistoric languages of Eurafrasia, from the collection of Maps of prehistoric migrations.
For context and reference, please read the book on Indo-European and Uralic migrations.
The YouTube video offers a quick timeline of the evolution of prehistoric languages.
Click on each file to open or download the full version.
NOTE. Corresponding maps of cultures (with exactly the same size and drawn groups) are provided for comparison. You should check the prehistoric atlas for full, updated versions.
Old version: 2007
- Finno-Ugric languages (Finnish, Hungarian, Estonian, Saami)
- Turkic languages (Turkish, Azeri)
- Basque language
- Semitic languages (Maltese)
- Caucasian languages (Georgian, Kabardian, Chechen, etc.)