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Romania submersa

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Romania submersa orbis Latini partes, quae imperii Romanorum casu linguam Romanam perdiderint, describit. Illis in regionibus, vulgari sermone Latino linguis barbaris substituto, lingua Romanica nulla temporibus recentioribus adhibetur. Inter quas regiones sunt:

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