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Oscan language

LC control no.sh2001007071
LC classificationPA2450 PA2459
Topical headingOscan language
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Variant(s)Samnite language
See alsoItalic languages and dialects
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Found inWork cat.: 2001054487: Buck, Carl Darling. A Vocabulary of Umbrian, 2001.
Oxford class. dict., 1996: p. 1080 (Oscan and Umbrian are the principal representatives of a group of closely related languages belonging to the Italic branch of Indo-European. Oscan was spoken over a large part of S. Italy down to the 1st cent., BC. The best evidence comes from Campania, where it was the language of the Samnites ...)
Encyc. langs. and linguistics, 1994: v. 4, p. 1792.