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Re: Trento birth records

Posted: 10 Jun 2013 9:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Jun 2013 9:37AM GMT
no idea how they would came to such knowledge ;)
would guess more you possible missunderstood some.
how i said tyrolean can never be "a blend of local dialects mainly German and Italian" as is a dialect of german and has nothing to do with italian language.

just at Trentino-Alto Adige meet two language areas - the german and italian. the province Trento/ Trient always was most italian-lingual and province Bolzano north of it most german-lingual. so also many people bilingual which speak both languages. and in documents, records you never will find a dialect of any language.
no attachment to see if italian or latin?
would guess more for latin that time....maybe.



SubjectAuthorDate Posted
cys56 10 Apr 2010 2:06PM GMT 
mpaloutz 14 May 2013 11:07PM GMT 
cys56 16 May 2013 2:01AM GMT 
Mohnbauer 9 Jun 2013 7:03PM GMT 
cys56 10 Jun 2013 3:47AM GMT 
Mohnbauer 10 Jun 2013 3:34PM GMT 
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