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1700 to 1900 Expansion of the Štokavian vernacular influence Illyrian movement, final scriptory reform and language unificationThrough the major part of the 18th century two seemingly contradictory processes had been under way: envigoration of literary activity in two Croatian dialects, Kajkavian (in the north-western part of Croatia) and Štokavian (in the rest of Croatia and in Bosnia); also, penetration of Štokavian influence on Kajkavian writers and local idiom.
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1500 to 1700 Modern Croatian language Turkish invasion and migrations Renaissance and Baroque regional literatures and standardizationDuring 16th and 17th centuries occurred many processes that shaped the profile of future Croatian standard language: the Ottoman invasion and permanent warfare, followed by mass depopulation and migrations have had at least four lasting consequences:
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1100 to 1500 Church Slavonic literature, dialectal differentiation and vernacular literacy Cyrillic and Latin ScriptHowever, the luxurious and ornate representative texts of Croatian Church Slavonic belong to the later era when they coexisted with the Croatian vernacular literature.
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History: 600 to 1100 Latin and Church Slavonic literacy Glagolitic Script as the medium of Croatian Church Slavonic7th to 9th century. First Croatian “official” language was Latin and Croatian name is recorded in Latin inscriptions of Croatian rulers (dukes and kings) in the 9th century.
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