Lowena wrote:Learn Akkadian with me and we could start one!
I really want to learn Akkadian, but am having trouble getting motivated with it.
Lowena wrote:EDIT: Hmm, it seems we couldn't make one. Read the "Other discussion" on this page.
Lowena wrote:We could make an off-site one though, like what Prussian has. Ours wouldn't look messed up though.
Luke wrote:Native speakers? There are wikipedias in artificial languages, Latin, Sanskrit, Old English, Gothic, and not to mention the wikipedias in most small languages are written by non-native speakers anyway. Even having native speakers doesn't guarantee anything, I've encountered countless articles on the English and Spanish wiki written like crap.
ceid donn wrote:No, there is not much in the way of extent Aramaic texts. Aramaic thrived when the Jewish world was becoming more and more Hellenized, and thus, as you would expect, it only lived a very short life as a literary language, quickly being replaced by Greek.
księżycowy wrote:Having a hard time figuring out what you did to the list, Luke.
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