A Handbook of Old Chinese Phonology
William Hubbard Baxter, Associate Professor of Linguistics and Asian Languages and Cultures William H Baxter
Walter de Gruyter, 1992 - 922 páginas
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The Middle Chinese phonological system
Rhymes as evidence in historical phonology
Traditional research on Old Chinese rhyming
medials and main vowels
codas and postcodas
The script and text of the Shying
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