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by Ji Xianlin,Xianlin Ji
Author: Ji Xianlin,Xianlin Ji
Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton; Reprint 2011 ed. edition (August 14, 1998)
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Ji Xianlin (Chinese: 季羨林; pinyin: Jì Xiànlín; August 6, 1911 – July 11, 2009) was a Chinese Indologist, linguist, paleographer, historian and writer who has been honored by the governments of both India and China.
Ji Xianlin (Chinese: 季羨林; pinyin: Jì Xiànlín; August 6, 1911 – July 11, 2009) was a Chinese Indologist, linguist, paleographer, historian and writer who has been honored by the governments of both India and China. He published a memoir, The Cowshed: Memories of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, about his persecution during the Cultural Revolution.
In 1998, Chinese linguist Ji Xianlin published a translation and analysis of fragments of a Tocharian a discovered in 1974 in Yanqi. Tocharian script probably died out after 840, when the Uyghurs were expelled from Mongolia by the Kyrgyz, retreating to the Tarim Basin. This theory is supported by the discovery of translations of Tocharian texts into Uyghur. During Uyghur rule, the peoples mixed with the Uyghurs to produce much of the modern population of what is now Xinjiang. 1 The Tocharian Script.
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Another consequence is that a case can be made for clause-initial aphaeresis which triggered the loss of the labiovelar onsets in unde and ente/äntā(ne), thus pointing to the existence of wh-movement and clause-initial wh-words in both Latin and Tocharian (§ .
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Fragments of the Tocharian A Maitreyasamiti-Nâtaka of the Xinjiang Museum (China). Transliterated, translated and annotated by Ji Xianlin, in collaboration with Werner Winter and Georges-Jean Pinault, Berlin-New York, Mouton de Gruyter (Trends in Linguistics
Fragments of the Tocharian A Maitreyasamiti-Nâtaka of the Xinjiang Museum (China). Transliterated, translated and annotated by Ji Xianlin, in collaboration with Werner Winter and Georges-Jean Pinault, Berlin-New York, Mouton de Gruyter (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 113), 1998, 392 pages, 88 planches de photographies. Chrestomathie tokharienne. Textes et grammaire, Leuven-Paris, Peeters (Collection linguistique publiée par la Société de Linguistique de Paris, t. XCV), 2008, 692 pages. Dictionary and Thesaurus of Tocharian A. Volume 1: a-j.
Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, 11. vii, 392 pp. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1998. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. DM 428. J. C. Wright. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 February 2009. Your name Please enter your name. Who would you like to send this to?
Fragments of the Tocharian A Maitreyasamiti-Nâtaka of the Xinjiang Museum (China).
Ji, Xianlin (in collaboration with Werner Winter and Georges-Jean Pinault): Fragments of the Tocharian A Maitreyasamiti-N! "aka of the Xinjiang Museum, China, Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 113) 1998, VII, 392 pp.
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