Le 2013-12-25 à 00:00, AUXLANG automatic digest system a écrit : > Here are two more early documents relating to Latino sine Flexione, the > original Interlingua. > > "Manuale Practico de Interlingua" (1913). This is, or is nearly (I haven't > yet read it in detail), Peano's Latino sine Flexione, a little longer (40 > pages) than some of the early pamphlets: > > > Wilfrido Moeser: "Interlingua in forma di Semilatin illustrad per cento > exemplo." (1921) A variation, differing from Peano's LsF: > > > Some comments: > > 1) Because of their age, these two documents are clearly in the public > domain. The age of the document doesn't really matter. What matters is the death of the authors : more than 50 years ago in Canada, more than 70 years ago in Europe.