Late Common Slavic

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Proto-Slavic Language - Notation - Prosodic Notation
... For Middle and Late Common Slavic, the following marks are used to indicate tone and length distinctions on vowels, based on the standard notation in Serbo-Croatian Acute accent ( รก ) A long rising accent ... This occurred in the Middle Common Slavic period and earlier ... It occurred from Late Common Slavic onwards, and developed from the shortening of the original acute (long rising) tone ...

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