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|Title:||On the place of Gascon among the Romance languages|
|Keywords:||Linguistics;Gascon language;Typology (Linguistics);Romance languages;Language and languages--Classification|
|Publisher:||University of Calgary|
|Citation:||Koutna, O. (1984). On the place of Gascon among the Romance languages. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 10(Summer), 9-44.|
|Abstract:||The Gascon language is spoken in southwestern France, in the region geographically limited by the Pyrenees, the Atlantic Ocean and the Garonne River (see Map 1). It has a number of peculiar linguistic features that set it apart from the other Occitan languages but are shared by the Iberian languages. Some medieval documents written by Provençal grammarians show that at the time Gascon was already regarded as a language independent from Provençal.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 10, Summer 1984|
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