|Date:||Saturday, April 16, 2005, 7:34|
Ray Brown wrote:
> On Friday, April 15, 2005, at 07:45 , Thomas Wier wrote:
>> Jesse wrote:
>>> From this point on the language was heavily
>>> influence by Spanish. About 150 years later their descendants began to
>>> emmigrate to South America where, after some oppression and a few
>>> failed revolutions, they eventually got their own state speaking their
>>> offshoot of Greek, now called Costanice ( < konstantinike:).
>> Why didn't this group of people simply become assimilated to
>> the local culture, as the real Greeks who fled to Italy did?
> ..and also, sadly, the real Welsh who settled Patagonia which is now part
> of Argentina.
I don't know about all of them. I'm pretty sure there's still a
minority of Welsh-speakers in the Chubut Valley.