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Northwestern Medieval Chinese

Christoph Anderl UGent and Sven Osterkamp (2017) The encyclopedia of Chinese language and linguistics. 3, Men-Ser. p.218-229
abstract
This article deals with the history of research of Northwestern Medieval Chinese (NWMC), a dialect spoken in the area in Dūnhuáng and neighboring areas between the 10th and 12th century. The emphasis is on the description of research results concerning the phonological characteristics, reflected in transcription and bilingual material of manuscript texts, as well as in the use of dialect loan characters.
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author
organization
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type
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published
subject
keyword
Dunhuang, Northwest Medieval Chinese, Turfan, Dunhuang manuscripts, phonetic loans, Brāhmī, Manichean, Sogdian, Tangut, Tibetan, Uighur transcriptions, loan characters, dialect loans, bilingual manuscripts, multilingualism
book title
The encyclopedia of Chinese language and linguistics
editor
Rint Sybesma, Wolfgang Behr, Yueguo Gu, Zev Handel and C.-T. James Huang
volume
3, Men-Ser
pages
11 pages
publisher
Brill
place of publication
Leiden
ISBN
9789004186439
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B2
additional info
The paper is also published in a digital version (2016)
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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8050275
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8050275
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http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/entries/encyclopedia-of-chinese-language-and-linguistics/northwestern-medieval-chinese-COM_000215
date created
2016-08-17 16:55:15
date last changed
2017-08-25 12:27:55
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  author       = {Anderl, Christoph and Osterkamp, Sven},
  booktitle    = {The encyclopedia of Chinese language and linguistics},
  editor       = {Sybesma, Rint and Behr, Wolfgang and Gu, Yueguo and Handel, Zev and Huang, C.-T. James},
  isbn         = {9789004186439},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {218--229},
  publisher    = {Brill},
  title        = {Northwestern Medieval Chinese},
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  volume       = {3, Men-Ser},
  year         = {2017},
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Chicago
Anderl, Christoph, and Sven Osterkamp. 2017. “Northwestern Medieval Chinese.” In The Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics, ed. Rint Sybesma, Wolfgang Behr, Yueguo Gu, Zev Handel, and C.-T. James Huang, 3, Men-Ser:218–229. Leiden: Brill.
APA
Anderl, C., & Osterkamp, S. (2017). Northwestern Medieval Chinese. In R. Sybesma, W. Behr, Y. Gu, Z. Handel, & C.-T. J. Huang (Eds.), The encyclopedia of Chinese language and linguistics (Vol. 3, Men-Ser, pp. 218–229). Leiden: Brill.
Vancouver
1.
Anderl C, Osterkamp S. Northwestern Medieval Chinese. In: Sybesma R, Behr W, Gu Y, Handel Z, Huang C-TJ, editors. The encyclopedia of Chinese language and linguistics. Leiden: Brill; 2017. p. 218–29.
MLA
Anderl, Christoph, and Sven Osterkamp. “Northwestern Medieval Chinese.” The Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Ed. Rint Sybesma et al. 3, Men-Ser. Leiden: Brill, 2017. 218–229. Print.