Many historical translators believe all human languages descended from the Garden of Eden.
Scholars across the globe once believed that all human languages were handed down from the language of Adam and Eve, a language referred to as Adamic.
“In the Sanskrit Language (1786), Sir William Jones proposed that Sanskrit and Persian had resemblances to classical Greek, Latin, Gothic and Celtic languages. From this idea sprang the field of comparative historical linguistics. Through the 19th century, European linguistics centered on the comparative history of the Indo-European languages, with a concern for finding their common roots and tracing their development.”
Operating from a biblical vantage point, some intellectuals accepted as truth that all human languages were the progeny of the language of Adam and Eve’s Adamic Language. Many of these learned men believed that the Hebrew Language was, in fact, the