Umbrian

  • (noun): An extinct Italic language of ancient southern Italy.

Some articles on umbrian:

Osco-Umbrian Languages
... Osco-Umbrian AKA Sabellian is a group of languages of the Italic language family of the Indo-European languages ... through inscriptions, principally of Oscan and Umbrian, though there are also some Osco-Umbrian loanwords in Latin ...
Elections In Umbria - Regional Elections - List of Previous Regional Elections
... Umbrian regional election, 1970 Umbrian regional election, 1975 Umbrian regional election, 1980 Umbrian regional election, 1985 Umbrian regional election ...
Ancient Peoples Of Italy - Italic People - Italics As Osco-Umbrians
... Further information Osco-Umbrian languages Within the narrower meaning, "Italics" are regarded, especially by linguists, as those belonging to the Osco-Umbrian or ...
Umbri - Archaeological Sites
... The towns of Chianciano and Chiusi (Umbrian Camars) near modern Siena contain traces of Umbrian habitation dating to the 7th or 8th centuries BC ... Perugia was an ancient Umbrian center until it was overrun by the Etruscans c ... Assisi, called Asisium by the Romans, was an ancient Umbrian site on a spur of Mount Subasio ...
Italian Diaspora - By Region of Origin - Umbria
... Before the 20th century, the Umbrian migratory flux was insignificant, never reaching more than 35-40 emigrants per year ... Emigrated Umbrian men predominantly worked as miners, owing to the experience that many accumulated in the sector by working in the Lignite mines near Spoleto, and possibly from a cultural influence from the ... The Umbrian contribution to the Italian settlements in Africa was also modest ...