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Surely no historian - linguistic or other - would accept this strong claim, yet in many 42 COMPARATIVE HISTORICAL DIALECTOLOGY investigations of the origins of voicing in Western Romance, its tacit, perhaps unconscious, acceptance seems to have been widespread until the appearance of Wright's Late Latin and Early Romance in Spain and Carolingian France (1982). " An example he cited was the once fairly common assumption that the spelling of Late Latin texts represents something in the realm of direct transcription of speech.
In a strict substratum perspective, the wholesale reduction of 26 COMPARATIVE HISTORICAL DIALECTOLOGY There is no evidence for the first condition and considerable indication that it is not to be considered seriously. In universal terms, a phonological system with voiced stops but no voiceless ones would be marked in the extreme, and it appears that no Celticist proposes such a system, on either philological or methodological grounds. Tovar's own inscriptional evidence shows considerable use of graphemes representing voiceless consonants in Celtic inscriptions written in Latin and Greek characters, in the same sources that have voiced representation where expected from internal reconstruction of Celtic.
15 As mentioned before, evidence of weakening in insular Celtic, as used in Ascoli's comparison of Welsh and Romance, is no indication that any form of Continental Celtic had similar lenition in effect at the time of Celtic-Latin bilingualism. The precursors of modern insular Celtic speech types almost certainly split from Continental Celtic before Roman occupation, and the relative chronologies reconstructible for the modern Celtic languages indicate that the phonetic weakenings in at least Goidelic and Gaulish - assuming it existed in the latter - are best explained as independent convergent developments (Schmidt 1979:202).