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    ISBN: 9781299749443 , 9781107344150
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Series Statement: Cambridge classical studies
    Parallel Title: Druckausg.
    DDC: HIS002000
    Keywords: Acculturation History ; Languages in contact History ; Multilingualism History ; Ethnicity History ; Acculturation Gaul ; History ; Ethnicity Gaul ; History ; Languages in contact Gaul ; History ; Multilingualism Gaul ; History ; Electronic books ; Gaul History To 58 B.C ; Gaul History 58 B.C.-511 A.D ; Gaul Relations ; Mediterranean Region Relations ; Gaul Relations ; Rome Relations ; Gaul Relations ; Rome ; Mediterranean Region Relations ; Gaul ; Rome Relations ; Gaul ; Gaul History, 58 B.C.-511 A.D ; Gaul History, To 58 B.C ; Gaul Relations ; Mediterranean Region
    Abstract: The interactions and multiple identities of indigenous and Mediterranean communities in Southern Gaul come to life through sociolinguistics and archaeology.
    Abstract: Intro -- Contents -- Figures -- Maps -- Tables -- Preface and acknowledgements -- Notes on the text -- Abbreviations -- Part I Multilingualism and multiple identities: interdisciplinary methodologies -- 1 Multiple voices -- 1 Multiple voices -- 1.2 Identities and cultural contacts -- 1.3 The role of language in identities and cultural contacts -- 1.4 Interdisciplinary approach -- 1.5 Southern Gaul -- 1.5.1 Space and time -- 1.5.2 Languages and peoples -- 1.5.3 A brief history of Southern Gaul -- From 600 to the creation of Gallo-Greek -- From Gallo-Greek to Augustus -- Southern Gaul as Gallia Narbonensis -- 1.5.4 Historiography, the approved ancestry and new perspectives -- 2 Language contact and community dynamics -- 2.1 Contact linguistics and the ancient world: fashionable but not practicable? -- 2.2 Mixed languages: pidgins, creoles and bilingual mixed languages -- 2.2.1 Mixed languages in the ancient world? -- 2.2.2 Creole cultures and cultural creolization -- 2.3 Contact linguistics and models of community dynamics -- 2.3.1 The direction of change: shift or maintenance? -- 2.3.2 A model of contact linguistics and community dynamics -- 3 Bilingual texts and community dynamics -- 3.1 Bilingualism and the ancient world -- 3.1.1 Code-switching -- 3.1.2 Borrowing -- 3.1.3 Interference -- 3.1.4 Summary of key terms -- 3.2 Typology of bilingual texts -- 3.3 Interpreting bilingual phenomena -- 3.3.1 Bi-version bilingual texts -- 3.3.2 Texts displaying bilingual phenomena -- 3.3.3 Transliterated texts -- 3.4 A model of bilingual texts and community dynamics -- 4 Scripts as indicators of contact -- 4.1 Investigatory framework -- 4.2 Gallo-Greek -- 4.2.1 The circumstances of the initial adoption -- 4.2.2 The significance of the 'décalage' -- 4.2.3 Multiple origins, mechanisms of diffusion and 'strategic uses of literacy'.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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