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Re: Our first Brithenig folk song
On Wed, 29 Apr 1998, Andrew Smith wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Apr 1998, Frank George Valoczy wrote:
> > That'd lead to...Vranian!!
> And where do we fit them in?
Well, Vranian is a descendent of Old Church Slavic; and it is spoken
*here* as the official language of the Kingdom of Vrania. But I made a
map a while ago (back when I first started working on Brzhonegh) of
Europe, and I put Vrania's borders as containing all of Bulgaria, Serbia,
Romania (excluding Transylvania) and Macedonia; European Turkey and the
very Eastern tip of Greece.
> - andrew.
> Andrew Smith <email@example.com>
> MAN, despite his artistic pretensions, his sophistication, and his many
> accomplishments; still owes his existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil
> and the fact that it rains.
> - Anonymous
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