Question submitted by Roger Evans, Gwent. July 1, at am. Languages can literally die overnight when the last of their speakers dies, but the death of Latin was very different. After the fall of the Roman empire in the west in AD , Latin evolved into a wide variety of regional dialects now known as Romance vernaculars. In the early 14th century the Florentine poet Dante Alighieri reckoned that more than 1, such dialects were spoken in Italy.
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Q&A: When did Italian replace Latin as the language of Italy?
Latins: Indo-Europeans migrated to Italy after collapse of Bronze Age
The Latins Latin : Latini , sometimes known as the Latians , were an Italic tribe which included the early inhabitants of the city of Rome. Their language, Latin , belonged to the Italic branch of Indo-European. Their material culture, known as the Latial culture , was a distinctive subset of the Proto-Villanovan culture that appeared in parts of the Italian peninsula in the first half of the 12th century BC. These included common festivals and religious sanctuaries.
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The Language of the Roman Empire
The Latins Latin: Latini , sometimes known as the Latians, were an Italic tribe which included the early inhabitants of the city of Rome. Their language, Latin, belonged to the Italic branch of Indo-European. Their material culture, known as the Latial culture, was a distinctive subset of the Iron Age Villanovan culture that appeared in parts of the Italian peninsula after BC. Although divided from an early stage into communities which mutated into several independent, and often warring, city-states, the Latins maintained close culturo-religious relations until they were definitively united politically under Rome in BC, and for centuries beyond.
The Latins were originally an Italic tribe in ancient central Italy from Latium. As Roman power and colonization  spread Latin culture , Latins came to mean mostly unified Italic people and the Latin -speaking people of Dacia , Iberia , Illyria , and Gaul whose land was settled by Latin colonists see Latin peoples. In the late 15th—16th centuries, a millennium after the fall of the Western Roman Empire , Portugal and Spain began to create world empires. In consequence, by the midth century, the former American colonies of these nations became known as Latin America and this region's inhabitants as Latin Americans. Although they lived in independent city-states, they spoke a common language Latin , held common religious beliefs , and shared a sense of kinship, expressed in the myth that all Latins descend from Latinus.