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Categories: 1st-century BC establishments in the Roman Republic, Languages with Linglist code, 3rd-century disestablishments, Languages without Glottolog code, Latin language in ancient Rome
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classical Latin  Golden age of Latin literature  Classical Latin language  Classical Latinity  Golden Age Latin
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The language of educated people in ancient Rome WordNet 3.0
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Classical Latin is the form of Literary Latin recognized as a literary standard by writers of the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire. Wikipedia
The Latin language used by the ancient Romans Wikipedia Disambiguation
Literary Latin language of the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire Wikipedia Disambiguation
High-prestige form of the Latin language in the Roman Republic and Empire Wikidata
The Latin language as spoken and written in formal speeches, literature, the arts, etc., by the ancient Romans. Wiktionary
Latin language as spoken and written formally. Wiktionary (translation)
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Latin is a language as dead as dead can be. It killed the ancient Romans--and now it's killing me WordNet 3.0
There's a distinct difference in pronunciation between Classical Latin and Ecclesiastical Latin Open English WordNet
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