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Latino sine Flexione

Author: G. Peano

Date: 1903

Type: A Posteriori (Source: Mostly Latin or mix of European languages)

Sample Translation
Linguas de Europa, ab Anglo ad Italo, ab Hispano ad Russo, habe magno vocabulario commune, cum origine in Latino, in Graeco, in Indoeuropaeo. The languages of Europe, from English to Italian, from Spanish to Russian, have a great common vocabulary, with its origin in Latin, in Greek, in Indo-European

Miscellaneous Information:

Giuseppe Peano was a respected mathematician. He introduced Latino sine Flexione in an article which began in classical Latin. Then, as he introduced grammatical simplifications, he incorporated them into the text, so by the end of the article he was writing in Latino sine Flexione.

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