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 +'''Indo-European''' may refer to:
 +* [[Indo-European languages]]
 +** [[Aryan race]], a 19th century and early 20th century term for those peoples who are the native speakers of Indo-European languages
 +* [[Proto-Indo-European language]], the reconstructed common ancestor of all Indo-European languages
 +* [[Modern Indo-European (auxlang)]], the modern attempt to revive the Proto-Indo-European language
 +* [[Proto-Indo-Europeans]], an ancient ethnic group speaking the Proto-Indo-European language
 +* An older name for [[Indo people]], mixed-race people of Indonesian and European descent
 +==See also==
 +* [[Indo-European studies]], an academic field
 +* [[Proto-Indo-European religion]], the hypothetical religion of the Proto-Indo-Europeans
 +* [[Pre-Indo-European (disambiguation)]]
-The existence of similarities among the [[Deity|deities]] and religious practices of the [[Indo-Europeans|Indo-European]] (IE) peoples allows glimpses of a common '''[[Proto-Indo-Europeans|Proto-Indo-European]] (PIE) religion and mythology'''. Reconstruction is based on the [[comparative method]]. Archaeological evidence is difficult to match to any specific culture in the period of early Indo-European culture 
-in the [[Chalcolithic]]. 
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