The Development of Old French Essay by Primo

The Development of Old French
This paper examines the development of the Old French language before and after the Oaths of Strasbourg.
# 5668 | 2,800 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2001 | US
Published on Feb 10, 2003 in History (European) , Language (French: General) , Linguistics (General)


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An insight into the history of Old French and how this language was developed and influenced by Latin. It examines the effect of the Oaths of Strasbourg on the growth of Old French as well as different considerations which effected Old French.

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"The evolution of Old French language began in 52 Before Christ when Julius Cesar held the power over the continents of the Gaul. According to Columbian Encyclopedia, Gaul was under the Roman Empire in the first and second century. With the strong influence it brought, Latin spoken by the Romans gradually replaced the Gaelic, a Celtic language as the Gaul's mother tongue, for a long time. Latin became the national language, spoken widely among people and became the root of recently spoken languages through Europe, including English (Le Tacon). "

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