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A Journey Through Albania, and Other Provinces of Turkey in Europe and Asia, to Constantinople
It must be impossible to fix the precise period when the distinction between the vulgar and Hellenic Greek began to be generally acknowledged and distinguished by the invention of a new term. The transfer of the Empire to Byzantium, the irruptions of the Goths and other barbs rians. And the settlement of the Sclavonians and Franks in Greece, introduced, as has been observed, a variety of new words; but a complete mixture must have taken place between the natives and the Barbarians, before the written, or even the colloquial language, underwent in its idiom and structure such a material change, as was na cessary to form the Roma'ic out of the original Greek.