Two enclaves of Greek speakers are found in Calabria and Apulia of present-day Italy. They are subsumed in E16/E17/E18/E19/E20/E21/E22/E23/E24/E25/E26's entry on Modern Greek [ell], noting, however that the “Greek of Italy and that of Corsica are probably distinct languages”. Indeed, especially the Apulian variety of Otranto is not intelligible to Greek speakers of Greece ( H. F. Tozer 1889: 37 ), and thus merits a separate entry. I owe this observation to Raoul Zamponi. See also: Modern Greek [ell].