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Microvariation in the languages of the Iberian Peninsula
Ordóñez, Francisco; Roca Urgell, Francesc
This issue of the Catalan Journal of Linguistics was conceived with the idea to promote comparative studies of the languages spoken in the Iberian Peninsula. The importance of comparison in linguistics dates back to neogrammarians in the xix century due to their interest of discovering the common roots of most of the languages spoken in Europe. In order to get to that objective, comparison of phonological patterns were crucial to retrieve the common Indo-European origins
Ibèrica, Península -- Llengües
Iberian Peninsula -- Languages
Llenguatge i llengües -- Variació
Language and languages -- Variation
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Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

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