Category:Language

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This category contains pages about language families, languages, and dialects.

  • Celtic (Items marked as "Celtic" belong to a Celtic language (mainly Lepontic or Cisalpine Gaulish), but are too unspecific to decide which one.)
  • Cisalpine Gaulish (We consider Cisalpine Gaulish a local Gaulish dialect of Northern Italy.)
  • Etruscan (Although Etruscan is not within the scope of Lexicon Leponticum, some Etruscan inscriptions contain Celtic elements.)
  • Latin (Some of the Celtic inscriptions of Northern Italy are (partially) written in Latin, or present a clear Latin morphology.)
  • Lepontic (We consider Lepontic a separate Celtic language of Northern Italy closely related to Gaulish.)
  • Ligurian (Although Ligurian is not within the scope of Lexicon Leponticum, some Ligurian inscriptions contain Celtic elements.)
  • Raetic (Although Raetic is not within the scope of Lexicon Leponticum, some Raetic inscriptions contain Celtic elements.)
  • Venetic (Although Venetic is not within the scope of Lexicon Leponticum, some Venetic inscriptions contain Celtic elements.)
  • unknown (This page is needed to link to in the case of incomplete data.)

Pages in category "Language"

The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.

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