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While etymological nasals in inherited /VN.T/ sequences are normally noted in Hispano-Celtic homoörganically to the heterosyllabic plosive, two other orthographic practices are attested in the corpus: (a) the nasal is not noted at all; (b) the nasal is noted heteroörganically to the plosive. These practices have always been treated as discrete phe- nomena. In this paper, all three practices are united as symptoms of a single phonological process whose varying outcomes are the product ofdoi:10.36707/palaeohispanica.v0i2.351 fatcat:xl7x4vucq5ftbfa6wg6f45dwpa