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10 05, 2015

Introduction (Occitan)

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The Occitan language, or “language of Oc”, usually referred to by its French name Langue d’Oc, is a neo-Latin language spoken in a specific area of southern Europe known as Occitania, which is not defined by political boundaries and is roughly identified with southern France. In Italy the Occitan language is sometimes called an Alpine Provençal language as it is also spoken as an autochthonous language in a strip of territory in Piedmont along the Cottian Alps and the Maritime Alps. Langue d’Oc was the [...]

21 03, 2015

Roche – 1967

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Complete prose translation of the Divine Comedy into Provençal (La Divino Coumèdi) by Jean Roche (Marseille 1899 – Saint-Rémy-de-Provence 1986), French government official, an expert scholar of the Occitan language. Translator of Petrarca and Boccaccio as well. Edition published at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in 1967. Frontespizio dell'Inferno Incipit dell'Inferno