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Philological analysis of Archaic Latin works, such as those of Plautus, which contain snippets of everyday speech, indicates that a spoken language, Vulgar Latin (termed sermo vulgi, "the speech of the masses", by Cicero), existed concurrently with literate Classical Latin.
The informal language was rarely written, so philologists have been left with only individual words and phrases cited by classical authors and those found as graffiti.
Through the power of the Roman Republic, it became the dominant language, initially in Italy and subsequently throughout the western Roman Empire.
Vulgar Latin developed into the Romance languages, such as Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, French, and Romanian.
Late Latin is the written language from the 3rd century, and Medieval Latin the language used from the 9th century to the Renaissance which used Renaissance Latin.
In particular, Latin and Ancient Greek roots are used in theology, biology, science, medicine, and law.The decline of the Roman Empire meant a deterioration in educational standards that brought about Late Latin, a postclassical stage of the language seen in Christian writings of the time.It was more in line with everyday speech, not only because of a decline in education but also because of a desire to spread the word to the masses.As it was free to develop on its own, there is no reason to suppose that the speech was uniform either diachronically or geographically.On the contrary, romanised European populations developed their own dialects of the language, which eventually led to the differentiation of Romance languages.