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This study attempts to determine the common features and differences between the Latin language of the inscriptions of Aquincum, Salona, Aquileia and the provincial countries of Pannonia Inferior, Dalmatia and Venetia et Histria, compared with each other and the rest of the Latin speaking provinces of the Roman empire, and we intend to demonstrate whether a regional dialect area over the Alps-Danube-Adria region of the Roman empire existed, a hypothesis suggested by József Herman. For ourdoi:10.1556/068.2017.57.1.7 fatcat:zx2wn4ac2zbulpy2ffpe2ne3fy