Occitan, also known as Gascon, is a Gallo-Iverian member of the Italic subgroup of the Indo-European language family spoken by approximately 255,000 people principally located in the Béarn region of France with a smaller population in Spain.
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Information on Aranese, a variant of Occitan spoken in the Aran valley in the Catalonian Pyrenees (Spain). [PDF]
Descriptive Grammar of the Occitan Language
Provides a linguistic overview of the alphabet, pronunciation and accentuation, and morphology of the language.
Euromosaic - Occitan
Sociolinguistic study of the use of Occitan, a major regional language in southern France, as well as the language of small minorities in Italy (in the northwest and in Calabria) and in Spain (Aranese). Bilingual site (English and French).
Articles and resources dedicated to the linguistic study of the Occitan language.
Occitan Verb Conjugations
Provides ten complete verb inflectional paradigms for Medieval Occitan, the language of troubadours in Southern France.
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