The linguistic unity of Northern Italy and Rhaetia

historical grammar of the Padanian language: volume two: morphology and syntax, conclusion and corollary, toponymic list

Geoffrey Hull

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Abstract

Volume Two of the first comprehensive historical grammar of the Rhaeto-Cisalpine or 'Padanian' dialects native to Northern Italy and Canton Grisons in Switzerland, tracing the evolution of modern morphosyntactic structures from Vulgar Latin with a view to Celtic substratal and Germanic superstratal influences. Includes an experimental translation of a biblical text into a synthetic Rhaeto-Cisalpine koine, and a list of Padanian toponyms, hydronyms and choronyms.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSydney
PublisherBeta Crucis Editions
Number of pages591
ISBN (Print)9781549879982
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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