It would be too expensive and, like the ancient Kimmerian
language itself (as described in Morien's The History of Pontypridd and the Rhondda Valley), would need heavy subsidy to survive.
KD has been formed as an intracontinental basin after the closure of the Tethys Ocean following the Early Kimmerian
orogeny (Berberian and King, 1981; Raisossadat, 2004).
1971), the mysterious rock-cut monuments of Phrygia (excluding tombs) are scrutinized from all angles, with neither romantic bias nor the specter of a presumed Kimmerian
"To the Kimmerian
lands, and peopled cities Covered with close-webbed mist, unpierced ever With glitter of sun-rays Nor with stars stretched, nor looking back from heaven Swartest night stretched over wretched men there." (I/3) Pound seems to propose this image as a fore-shadowing of his contemporary London, of the 1920s' London, a lost city, a fallen city, abandoned by light and the gods.