A Handbook of Old Chinese Phonology

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Walter de Gruyter, 1992 - 922 páginas
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Introduction
1
The Middle Chinese phonological system
27
Rhymes as evidence in historical phonology
87
Traditional research on Old Chinese rhyming
139
an overview
175
medials and main vowels
235
codas and postcodas
291
The script and text of the Shying
343
New rhyme categories for Old Chinese
367
Appendix A Phonological changes from Old to Middle Chinese
565
Appendix B The rhymes of the Shijing
583
The rhyme words of the Shijing
745
Notes
813
References
867
Index
905
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