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Eduardo Blasco Ferrer

Professor Eduardo Blasco Ferrer (of the University of Cagliari, Sardinia) is the author of several organic studies about the Sardinian language and is perhaps the one who re-ordered the entire matter.

His masterpiece, "Ello Ellus", is the most accurate Sardinian grammar.

Professor Massimo Pittau[?] (University of Sassari, Sardinia) has better oriented his study to the elements that connect the Sardinian language to Latin and Etruscan, passing through the language of the Nuragici people.

Professor Giovanni Lilliu[?], the archaeologist who discovered the Nuragic town of Barumini[?], is another appreciated bon savant and is one of the promoters of the regional law that officially recognised the Sardinian language.

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