Why would they be speaking Italian at all? Surely Friulian would make more sense, what with being in Friuli? And no mention of the Aquileian rite? Deiniol 13:50, 14 April 2007 (PDT)
- I'm inclined to agree to a certain extent. I say that the majority are Friuli speakers by birth, but most, if not all, are also fluent in Italian, as they are part of said nation. Seth
- Well, Italian is the national language of Italy, so in dealing with the rest of the country, Italian makes the most sense. Friulian is a local language, so it would indeed be the native language of the majority of the population. The population of Aquilea is almost all adult and involved in the church, and with Latin being the operational language thereof, most Aquileans are at least conversant in the language. Basically, Aquilea is a church town.
- "National Languages" in Ill Bethisad aren't really as significant as they are *here*. I would heavily push for regional languages in Italy being much stronger than they are here, as it's just a general IB principle. Deiniol 15:09, 14 April 2007 (PDT)
- Sounds fine to me. I'd prefer it if regional languages in the "real world" were as important as they are in IB. Sectori 17:26, 14 April 2007 (PDT)