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This study is dedicated to the memory of József Herman who in 1983 first introduced 2 the idea of examining the possibility of a Vulgar Latin isogloss in the provinces of the Alps-Danube-Adria region, based on the historical analysis of Jürgen Unter

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In his study on the Vulgar Latin of Pompeian inscriptions, Väänänen dealt with the problem of the dropping of final - m in a peculiar way. 1 He grouped the omissions of final - m in three categories as follows: a) cases where the omission of - m

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Baal. Zeus/Jupiter, with an adjective from the name of Doliche emerged over the interpretatio Graeca and Romana . Where Dolichenus is called Dulcenus, Dulchenus, Dolychenus , etc, we can see a Vulgar Latin variant. In the next section, I will take

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shows in fact the presence of some uncertain forms (especially 〈per Pano〉). 1 Adams, J. N.: Social Variation and the Latin Language . Cambridge 2013, 37-70. 2 See e.g. Gaeng, P. A.: An Inquiry into Local Variations in Vulgar Latin, as Reflected in the

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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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, 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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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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