Commissioned by King Sancho VI. of Navarre: one of the oldest documents on the history of the Basque language

Lingua Navarrorum

1167

Lingua Navarrorum

Lingua Navarrorum

— 1167

  1. Spoken in the mountains of Northern Spain, Basque is the oldest and most isolated language in Europe

  2. The “Language of the Navarrese” was an expression used by King Sancho VI of Navarre (1132–1194)

  3. His term for the language of his country appears in a document from 1167 regarding the mayors of Zamarce

Lingua Navarrorum

Lingua Navarrorum – Catedral de Santa María la Real (Pamplona, Spain)
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Lingua Navarrorum (1167)
Lingua Navarrorum – Catedral de Santa María la Real (Pamplona, Spain)
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Lingua Navarrorum (1167)

1 volume: Exact reproduction of the original document (extent, color and size)
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Editorial Mintzoa – Pamplona, 2001
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365 copies
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1 volume by José Goñi Gaztanbide, José M. Satrustegi
Language: Spanish, English
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The parchment facsimile edition is presented in a frame, protected by a double layered glass. The main document comes with a translation into Spanish, Basque and English.
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