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Phonological Study on Sino-Japanese as Recorded in Sinsenjikyo
This project selects the phonetic notes, known as Fan-chie and Jr-in, in Shinsenjikyo to do a phonological analysis in order to reconstruct the phonological system of Sino-Japanese pronunciations of the 9th century. Before the phonological analysis, a complete critical check and comparison with other ancient documents on these phonetic notes are made, in order to decide which of them were made by Japanese and which of them were come from China. And this is the end of the first half of this project.
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