i believe i have successfully established that extensive areas of western europe, northwest africa, and various atlantic archipelagos were occupied by a type of modern man distinguished markedly from other "eastern" groups inhabiting the bulk of europe, asia, and the remainder of africa. this type is known to anthropologists as cro-magnon man.
i have demonstrated that there were four cro-magnon "invasions" of the continents from the west during the upper paleolithic age (the last of these "intrusions" being coincident with the sinking of atlantis), that the cultures and technologies introduced to the mainlands by these people were considerably advanced by comparison, and finally that the above assertions are amply supported by archeological, anthropological, linguistic and ethnographic data.
i have also discovered and identified a language complex, peculiar to the western portions of europe and africa only, being markedly different from and unrelated to any other on those continents. also, that this language dates back to upper paleolithic times contemporaneous with the time of atlantis. finally, that the area of this language complex corresponds exactly with that occupied by paleolithic cro-magnon man. this distinctive linguistic artifact i have labeled the berber-ibero-basque language complex.