Author: Nagy, Naomi
Publisher: Lincom Europa
Publication date: 2000
Number of pages: 143 p.
Format: pdf (rared)
Size: 17,5 mb

Faetar is a Francoprovençal dialect spoken in two villages in Apulia (Faeto and Celle di San Vito), in Southern Italy. Faetar came to be spoken in these villages due to migration from southeastern France (département of Ain) around the 14th century. An unwritten language, it has incorporated aspects of Apulian Italian dialects during its 600 years of contact.


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