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Mon Dec 7 23:28:29 GMT 2015
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On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 4:49 PM, Max Mallmann <maxmall at uol.com.br> wrote:
> I’m Brazilian TV writer and novelist. Not famous, but relatively
> well-known in my country. I have written many TV shows and published six
> books. The most recent two, “O centésimo em Roma” e “As mil mortes de
> César”, are the first volumes of the Publius Desiderius Dolens saga. The
> main character is a melancholic Roman centurion who drinks a lot, acts on
> impulse, and fights like a tiger.
> Well… some chapters of “A prole da Loba”, the upcoming third volume of my
> historical novels, take place in the first century Roman Britain. I know at
> that time the Britons spoke Common Brittonic, a language extinct today,
> from which Cornish descends closely. I would very much like to use Cornish
> in a few lines of dialogue, given the impossibility of fully reconstituting
> the Common Brittonic.
> Could you help me?
> Max Mallmann
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