Italic languages are ‘sister lanaguages’ of Latin, that were spoken until 2000 years ago in Mid and South Italy. In this lecture we will look at the history and general characteristics of these languages and then we will have a closer look at amongst others Umbrian, Volscian and Oscan.
Your speaker this evening: Gabriël Bakkum
Your moderator this evening: Diederik Burgersdijk
Friday 4 March, 20:00.
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(This lecture is in Dutch)