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Greek Stefano 14/10/11(Sat)14:12 No. 14441
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Hello there /hi/storians, I have a question for those of you who know Ancient Greek: how didi the people of Ancient Greece called the Latin language? I could't find a clear answer...


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theheirtoilium 14/10/15(Wed)05:07 No. 14442

It would depend on the era of Roman history in which you would be talking about. This however is a good question. I'm never come across an actual answer to this myself. I just know that throughout majority of their timeline majority of the people under Roman control spoke Greek. Even when Rome was still just a kingdom on seven hills.




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