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Northwestern Medieval Chinese

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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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Dunhuang, Northwest Medieval Chinese, Turfan, Dunhuang manuscripts, phonetic loans, Brāhmī, Manichean, Sogdian, Tangut, Tibetan, Uighur transcriptions, loan characters, dialect loans, bilingual manuscripts, multilingualism

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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.
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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.
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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.
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  author       = {Anderl, Christoph and Osterkamp, Sven},
  booktitle    = {The encyclopedia of Chinese language and linguistics},
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