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… habent insertum ∼ ab antecessoribus … habetur insertum ) or to have written a antecessores, which is a common process of haplography; indeed, a is a common abbreviation for ab, while ‘ a(b) + accusative’ is a common construction in vulgar Latin

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relación con los árabes y los beréberes . Madrid 1974. 5 WRIGHT, R.: Late and Vulgar Latin in Muslim Spain: The African Connection. In BIVILLE, F. – LHOMMÉ, M-K. – VALLAT, D. (eds): Latin vulgaire - latin tardif IX e . Actes du IX Colloque International

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evolutionary linguistics, theories of language change, and possibly for studies on Late and/or Vulgar Latin. Evident as it might sound, voices in favor of this idea have become more prominent only in the past decade. 2 DEBATES ON LINGUISTIC GENESIS AND THE

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intervocalic ( poplus > pop u lus ) and never when it is found in word-initial ( placet ) or post-coda positions ( templum ), cf. also de Groot (1921). 6 Furthermore, at a later stage, namely in the Vulgar Latin spoken in Gaul, Ségéral and Scheer (to appear

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exclusionary reason for interpretation, as in the present case in the last line (moreover, in Vulgar Latin such a difference has long since disappeared). Not being a native speaker , I myself left out the English translation from my earlier English version of

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