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“Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age” and of the project entitled “Lendület (‘Momentum’) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology” (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of

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The aim of this paper is to bring into discussion some data concerning early Christian inscriptions from the Iberian Peninsula on the differentiation of Vulgar Latin, focusing on the several methods and procedures of collecting data (in corpora and databases), and the interpretation as regards Latin dialectology. The low number of specific dialectal traits in early Christian funerary epigraphy contrasts with specific local features that can be found when we put the epigraphic texts into their social and cultural context. We may conclude that Latin dialectal evidence in Late Antiquity should be evaluated according to its context. We can understand both common and specific traits of the written language from this perspective.

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://lldb.elte.hu/) and of the project entitled “Lendület (‘Momentum’) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology” (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). I wish to express my gratitude to Zsuzsanna Sarkadi for her help in the

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Dialectology” (Research Institute for Linguistics of the HAS), and was presented at the First International Workshop on Computational Latin Dialectology, Budapest, 7th April 2016.

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://lldb.elte.hu/) and of the project entitled “Lendület (‘Momentum’) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology” (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). I wish to express my gratitude to Nancy M. Balding, Latinist and

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Group for Computational Latin Dialectology at the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. 1 This Colloquium was realized as the thirteenth one in a series of Colloquia devoted to all linguistic aspects of Late and Vulgar

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coherent social, economic and political unit within the Roman empire, and Herman proposed that this region could be a good candidate as a larger geographic area for future research in Latin dialectology, since socio-political geographical units often shape

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” ( http://lldb.elte.hu ) e del progetto intitolato “Lendület (‘Momentum’) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology” (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Per la revisione del testo italiano, vorremmo

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westgermanische Form * leuwa– ins Gallische entlehnt wurde, wo wiederum die Form leuga durch Hyperkorrektion entstand. * Dieser Aufsatz ist im Rahmen des Forschungsprojekts „ Lendület ( Momentum ) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology “ zustande

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