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Has recently been revived, now with detailed pho netic and morphological arguments, by Rasm ussen (1992). 5 There is wide disagreement on the date o f this innovation. For example, Zamboni asserts that “Aquileia in fact offers the oldest example o f sonorization, accebit (ca 8 2 -8 3 AD), and in Pola in the 5th century we have Zebide (probably Gepidae)" (1987: 240). 1. Romance-Slavic contact 53 not inconsistent with the view that the Slavic speech territory eventually cut off contact with the Romance-speaking world, leaving direct communication only through Istria (Bierbrauer 1984).
A historical phonology of the Slovene language by Marc L Greenberg