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tongues of Italy, prehistory and history.
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|LC Classifications||PC1075 .P8 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 465 p.|
|Number of Pages||465|
|LC Control Number||70091769|
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Italy’s linguistic history reaches back past the Stone Ages. Through the intervening centuries it has passed through a series of colorful, turbulent changes. It has been affected by such diverse factors as geography, climate, invasions, politics, religion, literature, roads, and colonies.
CHAPTER V. The Dialects of Italy; CHAPTER VI. The Italian Standard Language; CHAPTER VII. Language, Race, and Culture; CHAPTER VIII. Prehistoric Europe; CHAPTER IX.
Italy in the Stone Ages; CHAPTER X. Northern and Central Italy in the Metal Ages; CHAPTER XI. Southern Italy in the Metal Ages; CHAPTER XII. Linguistic Inferences and Conclusions.
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Italy in the Stone Ages --CHAPTER X. Northern and Central Italy in the Metal Ages --CHAPTER XI. Southern Italy in the Metal Ages --CHAPTER XII. Linguistic Inferences and Conclusions --CHAPTER XIII.
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This is not the case of Italy, as the country's long-standing linguistic diversity does not actually stem from Italian. Most of Italy's Romance languages predate Italian and evolved locally from Vulgar Latin, independently of what would become the standard national language, long before the fairly recent spread of Italian throughout Italy.
PROTO-LANGUAGES IN PREHISTORY character of its proto-languages at various chronological levels, the unwarranted alignment of cultural, ethnic, and linguistic data-applies mutatis mutandis also to the Indo-European tree; indeed, it does so even more egregiously since the chronological and geographic space between Proto-Indo-European and the.
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