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Calabrian Greek, a Language on the Brink of Extinction

There are two minority Greek languages officially recognized in Italy’s south. Greko and Griko — both spoken by the “Calabrian Greeks” — are both timeless testaments to the ancient Greeks’ colonization of southern Italy in the 8th and 7th centuries B.C., some 2,700 years ago. Now, both languages find themselves on the brink of extinction, […]

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