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    Attica Means High Place Like Acropolis of Athens Root of Word Attic of Pelasgian Etruscans

    Wiki says the word attic is Latin for the high place of the inside of a vaulted ceiling house, but doesn’t it look like the word for the land of the Acropolis (meaning high place), Attica of pelasgian Greece?

    The ancient cyclopean wall remaining on the Acropolis was constructed by the Pelasgians, their “high place,” that same phrase later used by the Hellenes for it, Attica (the Hellenic language did not include double t’s in their words), so the Etruscans of Italy who were Pelasgians had brought that name for high place, the Latin use of it “in the attic.”

     

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