In section 1 of this chapter we shall consider the position of object clitics in the varieties of Albanian spoken in southern Italy, or Arbëresh, paralleling the discussion of Romance dialects in Chapter 1. In Arbëresh dialects, object clitics precede the finite non-modal verb while the imperative is characterized by enclisis of the dative and accusative clitics, and mesoclisis of the Person clitic. In negative imperatives clitics are generally preverbal; however, in the dialect of S. Marzano accusative and dative clitics are doubled, appearing both before and after the verb.