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Evolution of the Eastern Romance languages according to Brezeanu, Niculescu, Rosetti & Sanfeld

The Eastern Romance languages, in their narrow conception, sometimes known as the Vlach languages, are a group of Romance languages that developed in Southeastern Europe from the local variant of Vulgar Latin. Some classifications include the Italo-Dalmatian languages; when Italian is classified as Western Romance, Dalmatian generally remains in Eastern. This article is concerned with Eastern Romance in the narrow sense, without Italian.


Eastern Romance languages sections
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