Salvatore Dedòla is a graduate in linguistics with a degree in Germanic (Gothic language). For several years he has been comparing the Semitic with the Indo-European languages in order to identify the foundations of authentic Sardinian language. As part of his studies on the etymology of the Sardinian language origins, he has written the books "Toponomastica Sarda", "Flora sardōa", "The Bread of Sardinia", "The Flora of Sardinia", "The surnames of Sardinia", "The toponyms of Sardinia ", "Pre-Christian Monoteism in Sardinia", followed within a few months by "Economy and Society in Pre-Roman Sardinia". Starting from the book "The Bread of Sardinia" launched a series of Semitic Studies (a Semitic Series) within which he's merging all the etymological investigations conducted on the entire knowledge of the Sardinian language. In these translations it also has a part the coppersmith jargon of Isili and the translation of the Stele of Nora. This is the oldest document of the central-western Mediterranean. Here are no indicated the minor studies also conducted in the field of etymologies.

Dedola for several years took care of the farm sector of the Sardinian Region, and wrote the book "Agritourism in Sardinia."

Salvatore Dedola nourishes his studies on the Sardinian language by a live recording with a long-term investigation on his territory. It has been three times president of the regional Italian Alpine Club, and still runs through the mountains and all the natural sites of Sardinia. The investigations on natural Sardinian mountains gave birth to the book "Path of Sardinia, of Italy, of Europe" (when describing the longitudinal traverse of the island along the "Italic Path", he has studied, and later opened in 1995). He also wrote "A Journey into the Silence" (nature crossing of the island, from west to east).

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