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  • Heresson
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    Ekhem Ekhem

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  • Mercator
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    winterfritz, read your PM's!

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  • Heresson
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    The country or dinasty

    Who cares? We are doomed anyway.

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  • St Leo
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    Bah, slavic languages have a lot of wonderful sounds that are missing from Latin. For example, they have a letter for the beginning of "cellar", "celebration", and "tzar". In Latin's defense, I would like to say that English sucks , blows, and stinks.

    Luxemburg!

    The country or the dynasty?

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  • winterfritz
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    Originally posted by Mercator
    And don't think you can escape, Mercator I haven't forgotten my request, although it has been buried under an avalanche of linguistic spam

    No need for a map anymore, by the way; I made my own. But I would very much like to get MapEdit working.

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  • winterfritz
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    Australians
    Not only do I happen to know Polish, but I'm an Australian, so watch out

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  • Case
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    Originally posted by ravagon
    Blimey. First the Finns now the Poles. Any bets on who's going to be next?
    Australians

    (G'day cobber, etc)

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  • Heresson
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    Luxemburg!

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  • ravagon
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    Blimey. First the Finns now the Poles. Any bets on who's going to be next?

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  • Heresson
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    The latin language would probably adopt our strange sounds and they would spread in RE...

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  • winterfritz
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    Me too - if only for the reason that the Poles could have had a pronouncable language based on Latin
    Yeah, like this

    poslusze?stwa!-us

    Polakoaustralijczyk-io

    Australijczeykiem-ium

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  • Case
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    Originally posted by St Leo
    You Poles really lucked out when the Romans stopped at the Danube

    Are you sure? I think Poles would have been much better off under Romans than under the Ostrogoths and Huns.
    Me too - if only for the reason that the Poles could have had a pronouncable language based on Latin

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  • Heresson
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    Are You sure Poles were ever under Goth rule? Goths marched through Poland most probably, but didn't settle there for long.

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  • St Leo
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    You Poles really lucked out when the Romans stopped at the Danube

    Are you sure? I think Poles would have been much better off under Romans than under the Ostrogoths and Huns.

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  • Heresson
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    I'm not quite sure what You mean...
    Anyway according to one megalomanic medieval cronicary, they didn't, and Poles were fighting as succesfully with G.I.Caesar
    as with Alexander the Great earlier
    Anyway, Romans did cross Danube and got as far as to Polish southern borders.
    Somehow they couldn't get further north

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