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Mike Adams wrote:
> so therefore in ways vulgar
> latin in the area was more a creole/pidgin, than became the new lingo,
> post-roman romance lingo?

It has been hypothesized that Vulgar Latin came from a creolized form of
Latin, which makes sense given the rapid spread of Roman power, and the
fact that VL was spread largely by soldiers, most of whom were not
native speakers of Latin.

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