Arcaicam Esperantom

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Arcaicam Esperantom is a fictional archaic dialect of Esperanto created for use in translating documents which call for a simultaneously modern form of the language and an ancient one. It was created by Manuel Halvelik after a proposal for the creation of such a language by Kalman Kalocsay.

The language is little used, but functional, providing transformation guidelines for modern Esperanto to create the " older " variety of the language. Wikipedia has several example texts as well as a handful of transformation guidelines, and links to further resources.

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