1 INTRODUCTION The study of Vulgar Latin has increasingly focused on geographically defined corpora and their specifics, such as an area and city. 1 In this wake, my paper searches to establish a grammar of the Vulgar Inscriptions of Trier, one of
The aim of the project entitled “Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age” (
) is to develop and digitally publish a fundamental computerized historical linguistic database that incorporates and treats the Vulgar Latin material of the Latin inscriptions from a specific group of the European provinces of the Roman Empire in the first phase. This will, on the one hand, allow for a more thorough study of the regional changes and the diversity of the Latin language of the Imperial Age. On the other hand, it could also serve as a basis for subsequent international co-operation, in the course of which further work on the computerized historical linguistic database may be executed. This paper intends to present the past and the present, as well as the future possibilities of this Database.
, 302–316 = Burgus building inscriptions of Commodus from Pannonia. SEBarc 6 (2008) 125–138.
Kovács 2009 = P. Kovács : Marcus Aurelius’ Rain Miracle and Marcomannic Wars. Mnemosyne Suppl. 308. Leiden-Boston 2009
contributions of the Hoyto-Tamyr (Taihar Čuluu) Inscriptions to Turkic vocabulary] .’ In: Hatice Şirin User and Bülent Gül (eds.) Osman Fikri Sertkaya Arma ğ anı [Festschrift for Osman Fikri Sertkaya] . [ Turkish Culture Research Institute Publications
could be due to the inability of the inhabitants of Sardinia to perceive the opposition between the long and short counterparts of the phonemes. For this reason it is interesting to verify whether the Latin inscriptions from the island foreshadow this