Proponents of this hypothesis have buttressed their case with linguistic, literary and archaeological interpretations, though such views have been called "archaeologically unsupportable".
He states the main objection which can be raised against Gimbutas' scheme (e.g., 1985: 198) is that it starts from the archaeological evidence and looks for a linguistic interpretation.
Principally speaking, we are more interested in the diversity of the taxometric methodologies, the results and the linguistic interpretations which can be made from them.
Although these methods tend to produce more accurate comparisons, a lot of it depends on the analyst's domain knowledge and linguistic interpretation.
Unfortunately, the beginnings of utterances appear to be particularly unconstrained by either the acoustic material or the linguistic interpretation.
Hence, "rubbish in, rubbish out" in linguistic interpretation.
A purposive approach favors this latter linguistic interpretation.
Even the most damaging - as you called it the Aramaic scroll, was subject to the linguistic interpretations of antiquity.
Statutes may be interpreted according to different linguistic interpretations, reliance on precedent cases or other contextual factors including a particular judge's conception of fairness.
It has been suggested that this is unnecessary: there are linguistic interpretations, or we misunderstand the difficulties.