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Romanian is not a Latin Language, rather Latin is a Romanian language

Micheal Ledwith is today the dean of St. Peter College, former chairman of the Conference of the Heads of Irish Universities and former member of the leadership of the European Universities Rectors Conference. As a former advisor to Pope John Paul the 2nd he had access to the vast library of the Vatican that also houses ancient texts which are not available to average historians. This is what he has to say: "... anyway even though Latin is the language of the Catholic Church and obviously the language of the Roman Empire much later and, as I suppose, people don't always know, Romanian is a Latin language I think what is not often remembered is that Romanian, or the ancestry of Romanian, is from where the Latin language came, not vice versa. In other words, Romanian is not a Latin Language, rather Latin is a Romanian language." (Source: YouTube video - History of DACIA part 3 Thracians - Istoria Daciei partea 3 Tracii )
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