- Cantabrian (cántabru, in Cantabrian) is a group of dialects belonging to Astur-Leonese. It is indigenous to the territories in and surrounding the Autonomous Community of Cantabria, in Northern Spain.
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Cantabrian is a group of dialects belonging to Astur-Leonese. It is indigenous to the territories in and surrounding the Autonomous Community of Cantabria, in Northern Spain. Traditionally, some dialects of this group have been further grouped by the name Montañés, La Montaña being a traditional name for Cantabria due to its mountainous topography.
"Current dialectology regards Cantabrian as a dialect of Spanish. Nevertheless, it is not surprising that Cantabrian Spanish, historically linked to the Astur‐Leonese dominion, possesses certain features that Castilian Spanish never inherited or were lost early in its formation process.
Cantabrian dialect, also known as montañés, a transition dialect between Asturleonese and Spanish, spoken in northern Spain Cantabri, the ancient Celtic inhabitants of Cantabria Cantabrian Wars, war during the Roman conquest of the ancient Cantabria and Asturias Cantabrian circle, a military tactic employed by ancient Cantabri horse archers
Cantabrian language may refer to: The modern Cantabrian dialect The ancient Celtic language of the Cantabrian people This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Cantabrian language.
The Cantabri or Ancient Cantabrians, were a pre-Roman people, probably Celtic or pre-Celtic European, and large tribal federation that lived in the northern coastal region of ancient Iberia in the second half of the first millennium BC. These peoples and their territories were incorporated into the Roman Province of Hispania Tarraconensis in the year 19 BC, following the Cantabrian Wars.
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