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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Indo-European Speakers and Eurasian History Although we cannot precisely locate the Indo-European homeland, it is certain that speakers of Indo-European languages spread over Eurasia in the second and first millennia B. c.E., carrying their languages into regions where people spoke other vernaculars. Indo-European languages gradually came to dominate Eurasia. The earliest definitive evidence&nbsp;of an Indo-European language is from what is now Turkey, where, as we saw in Chapter 2,&nbsp;a people called the Hittites had established a powerful state by 1800 B. c.e. whose official&nbsp;court language was Indo-European Hittite. In Greece, evidence of Indo-European first&nbsp;appears in Linear B tablets from 1500 to 1200 b. c.e. that include Greek words. It is possible&nbsp;that Indo-European speakers lived in both Turkey and Greece for many centuries before&nbsp;they started to write.\n \nThe presence of Indo-European languages farther west and north in Europe is clear from the earliest wri') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Indo-European Speakers and Eurasian History Although we cannot precisely locate the Indo-European homeland, it is certain that speakers of Indo-European languages spread over Eurasia in the second and first millennia B. c.E., carrying their languages into regions where people spoke other vernaculars. Indo-European languages gradually came to dominate Eurasia. The earliest definitive evidence&nbsp;of an Indo-European language is from what is now Turkey, where, as we saw in Chapter 2,&nbsp;a people called the Hittites had established a powerful state by 1800 B. c.e. whose official&nbsp;court language was Indo-European Hittite. In Greece, evidence of Indo-European first&nbsp;appears in Linear B tablets from 1500 to 1200 b. c.e. that include Greek words. It is possible&nbsp;that Indo-European speakers lived in both Turkey and Greece for many centuries before&nbsp;they started to write.\n \nThe presence of Indo-European languages farther west and north in Europe is clear from the earliest wri') AND id != 28065 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 16:10:30' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5