Atlantean Vasconic Basque Language Substratum Ends North at Gymreag of Wales Then Fully Japhetic Eastward


What are called the Vasconic languages were spoken along the Atlantic seaboard of Europe during the iron age, such as Breton and Cornish, called Vasconic because a language like Basque is the substratum of those otherwise indo european (japhetic) languages, one still spoken today, Welsh, confirming that the Atlantean language was like Basque, and when the Ice Age had ended, such as  progeny of Gomer moved into the region where Gymreag (G-m-r), known as Welsh, was the result of japhetic vocabulary laid upon the Basque (hamitic) substratum.