Arabismi siciliani tra Oriente e Occidente. Migrazioni nel Mediterraneo plurilingue

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[automatically translated] The complexity of the Mediterranean shows even more intricate when you look at the language with its strong dynamic variables. As has often been observed Giovanni Ruffino, for the linguist may be useful to adopt the formula "circular language / languages marginal" or, even better, the formula marginal currents and circular currents "of language and culture" (Ruffino and Thin 2015: 6) . And what to refer to a variety of linguistic and cultural conditions that have occurred in the Mediterranean since antiquity. On the one hand relations between greek, Latin and then Arabized Berber dialects; other relations between them and the Italian (with its dialects), Spanish, Catalan, French, the languages of the Balkans. A multiplicity of multidirectional crossings with different lines, different chronological heights, different areal implications: from north to south movements (such as the Norman conquest); movements from south to north and from north to south (as in the case of dall'afro-Berber paths to Mozarabic the Iberian peninsula that becomes many Sicilian landings filter). But there are examples of linguistic multidirectional movements, with multiple irradiation and circulation and circular sedimentation. I come in the article or presented several examples of Arabisms of agriculture many of whom, through Sicily, they have spread in the Mediterranean basin and Europe. movements from south to north and from north to south (as in the case of dall'afro-Berber paths to Mozarabic the Iberian peninsula that becomes many Sicilian landings filter). But there are examples of linguistic multidirectional movements, with multiple irradiation and circulation and circular sedimentation. I come in the article or presented several examples of Arabisms of agriculture many of whom, through Sicily, they have spread in the Mediterranean basin and Europe. movements from south to north and from north to south (as in the case of dall'afro-Berber paths to Mozarabic the Iberian peninsula that becomes many Sicilian landings filter). But there are examples of linguistic multidirectional movements, with multiple irradiation and circulation and circular sedimentation. I come in the article or presented several examples of Arabisms of agriculture many of whom, through Sicily, they have spread in the Mediterranean basin and Europe.
Original languageItalian
Number of pages0
JournalDIALOGHI MEDITERRANEI
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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