When was the Latin language created?


When was the Latin language created?


Latin is a dead language today, no longer conversationally spoken, but it remains influential. Latin was the language of the Roman civilization, spoken by people in Rome and then spreading throughout its empire.

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The first recognizable version of Latin we can definitively see, Old Latin, may have appeared as early as the seventh century BCE, although it becomes...

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The Latin Language: Origin, History & Influence


Chapter 1 / Lesson 8

What is Latin? What language did the Romans speak? Learn about Latin-based languages. Read about the history of the Latin language and the Roman language.

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