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Thracian language: Quiz

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Question 1: In addition, Thracian lexical elements have been drawn from inscriptions in Greek or ________.
Roman EmpireLatinOld LatinVulgar Latin

Question 2: A third inscription is again on a ring, found in Duvanli, ________ district, next to the left hand of a skeleton.
PlovdivRuse, BulgariaVarnaSofia

Question 3: [4] Some Thracian tribes have probably been Slavicized, after the Slavic re-settlements to the south of the ________ river and eventually merged with the invading Bulgarian and Serbian peoples.
BratislavaViennaBelgradeDanube

Question 4: Including Dacian-Getian it was spoken in Romania, the region of ________, north - eastern Serbia, the Republic of Moldova, western-central Ukraine, and eastern Hungary and eastern Slovakia as well.
BessarabiaDobrujaByzantine EmpireIsaccea

Question 5: In addition there are many words and probable words extracted from anthroponyms, toponyms, hydronyms, oronyms and other lexical elements found in the primary sources (see also ________):
List of ancient cities in Thrace and DaciaList of rulers of Thrace and DaciaDaciansThracians

Question 6: The Thracian language was the Indo-European language spoken in ancient times by the ________ in South-Eastern Europe.
DaciansScythiansSlavic peoplesThracians

Question 7: Many Bulgarian Thracologists tend to consider Dacian and Thracian as distinct languages descending from an immediate common ancestor and group them together as ________ or Thraco-Dacian.
Thracian languageClassification of ThracianIllyrian languagesThraco-Illyrian

Question 8: Thracian language was spoken in substantial numbers in what is now most of Bulgaria, eastern Serbia, eastern Republic of Macedonia, Northern Greece, European Turkey and in parts of ________ (North-Western Asiatic Turkey).
CappadociaGalatiaBithyniaPhrygia

Question 9: Most of the Thracians were eventually Hellenized (in the province of Thrace) or Romanized (in Moesia, ________, etc.), with the last remnants surviving in remote areas until the 5th century.
RomaniaRomania during World War IDacia (Roman province)Dacia

Question 10: [3] It is not contested however that Thracian was an Indo-European language which had acquired ________ characteristics by the time it is attested.
Centum-Satem isoglossIndo-European studiesArmenian languageProto-Indo-European language







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