European goth dating

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The language survived as a domestic language in the Iberian peninsula (modern Spain and Portugal) as late as the eighth century.Gothic-seeming terms are found in manuscripts subsequent to this date, but these may or may not belong to the same language.In particular, a language known as Crimean Gothic survived in the lower Danube area and in isolated mountain regions in Crimea.Lacking certain sound changes characteristic of Gothic, Crimean Gothic cannot, however, be a lineal descendant of Bible Gothic.Only a few documents in Gothic survive, not enough for completely reconstructing the language.

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