Old Frisian

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Old Frisian
RegionNetherlands, Germany, Southern Denmark
Era8th to 16th centuries
Anglo–Frisian runes
Language codes
ISO 639-3ofs
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Old Frisian was a language spoken between the 13th and 16th century, in the area between the Weser and the Zuiderzee. It is the common ancestor of the Frisian languages, Today, laws and deeds which use Old Frisian remain.

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