The Florentine language is the language spoken in the Italian city of Florence. A received, pedagogical variant of this language (la "pronuncia fiorentina emendata") became the national language of the Kingdom of Italy when it was established in 1861. It is a form of Tuscan dialect.
- Cory Crawford. "A Brief History of the Italian Language". Retrieved 2007-01-15.
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