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and Vulgar Latin - Latin vulgaire - latin tardif (for the criteria of receiving the prize, see http://lvlt13.elte.hu/ index.php/herman-award/). There were eleven candidates, and the first ever winner was Simon Aerts from Ghent University with his

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1 INTRODUCTION For more than one hundred years, curse tablets have been representing one of the main direct sources of Vulgar Latin. Besides being essential for scholars in field of ancient magic and religion, these small sheets of metal usually

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track down the progressive development of these forms and to compare previous phases with the current state of Romance languages. In our case, we will focus on the relationship between the Vulgar Latin of the province Lusitania and the modern Portuguese

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. Tübingen 1990, 10-28. 26 ADAMIK, B.: A Study on the Dialectology of Vulgar Latin Vocalic Mergers: The Interaction between Confusion of Vowel Quality, Syncope and Accent. In GARCÍA LEAL, A. - PRIETo ENTRIALGo, C. E. (eds): Latin vulgaire - latin tardif XI

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. Moreover, the semantics and functions of some prefixed verbs became blurred over the course of time. 13 In Vulgar Latin, we can notice a tendency to use prefixes excessively, and thus in many cases a verb’s prefixed form did not have any function apart

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eulycnia hat. 21 SOLIN, H.: Vulgar Latin and Pompeii. In Latin vulgaire - latin tardif VIII. Actes du VIIL col- loque international sur le latin vulgaire et tardif, Oxford, 6-9 septembre 2006 . Éd. par R. WRIGHT. Hildesheim - Zürich - New York 2008, 67

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attested in Late Latin, but may have occured early, in Early Vulgar Latin - as is clear from Plautinian evidence. In my opinion, the archaic gerund OLat. scrībundō [dat.] vs. Stand. Lat. scrībendō may be accounted for by a “vulgar” syntactic feature

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hypothesis, the group ‘a’ of the manuscripts using vulgar Latin forms can be much closer to the archetype than the other ones. The group ‘c’ using Classical forms can be explained by Carolingian corrections (despite the fact that Mommsen could not use the

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scioglimento delle abbreviazioni da parte degli editori. 11 Sulla omissione di - t nel latino e sul suo rapporto con gli esiti romanzi esiste un’ampia bibliografia impossibile da citare in questa sede. Cfr. tra gli altri, HERMAN, J.: Vulgar Latin

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, F. W.: Opuscula Philologica IV. (Ad epigraphicam et grammaticam Latinam spectantia). Leipzig 1878, 384–385. 5 HERMAN J.: Vulgar Latin. Pennsylvania 2000, 46. 6 Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum VI. 6. 3. Red. GORDON, A. E. Berlin 2006, 75, 81. 7

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