Pallottino offers a counterargument to the question of Greek influence on Roman civilization by evaluating the history of pre-Roman Italic cultural expressions present on the Italian peninsula such as Osco- Umbrian, Sabellic, Etruscan, Ligurian, Venetic and Samnite.
What does Ven stand for?
Ven stands for Venetic (linguistics)
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We have 19 other meanings of Ven in our Acronym Attic
- Volume Expiratoire Maximum Seconde (French)
- Vehicle and Equipment Management Support Office (US Air Force)
- Value Exchange and Marketing Technology (Netherlands)
- Visual Environment Maintenance Trainer (Royal Australian Air Force)
- Voluntary Environmental Mitigation Use Restriction (land use covenant; Arizona)
- Variable Exhaust Nozzle
- Vendredi (French: Friday)
- Venerdì (Italian: Friday)
- Venezuela (ISO Country code)
- Vermont Ethics Network
- Vietnam Economic News
- Village Ecotourism Network (Bali, Indonesia)
- Violent Extremist Network
- Virginia Education Network
- Vlaamse Ecologische Network (Dutch: Flemish Ecological Network; Belgium)
- Von Economo Neuron (cells)
- Value Enhanced Nutrition Assessment
- Industria Venezolana de Aluminio CA
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The main goal of the dictionary is to describe which roots and stems of the vocabulary of the Italic languages (encompassing, for Vaan's purposes, the language families of Sabellic, Latino-Faliscan, and Venetic, and excluding Messapic) are likely to have been inherited from Proto-Indo-European.
The final chapter of the book is devoted to the Trummersprachen: Phrygian, Thracian, Macedonian, Illyrian, Venetic, and Messapic.