[Tibeto-burman-linguistics] a book on rhyming Chinese bronze inscriptions

Wolfgang Behr wolfgang.behr at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Mon Oct 24 17:50:57 UTC 2016

Dear Nathan,

the book is available for online reading on Duxiu (http://www.duxiu.com
/login.jsp) if your institution has a subscription for that.
Alternatively is is available through X-Asia if you have a German
account here:


However, the link only gives you access to online readable batches of
up to 50 pages from which you can only print out page by page (very
cumbersome system). Otherwise, it is probably easier to just buy or
copy the book (I can send you my paper copy). Aside: the identification
of rhymes in the book is quite problematic, but it is a nice collection
of materials. There are several other dissertations and MA theses from
Taiwan covering the same materials.


On Mo, 2016-10-24 at 06:47 +0000, Nathan Hill wrote:
> Dear Colleagues, 
> Perhaps this one is too far form Tibeto-Burman to be of much interest
> to this list, but if anyone is aware of a digital version of this
> book floating around, I would be most grateful. 
> Yang Huaiyuan 杨怀源, 两周金文用韵考, 北京 : 人民出版社 2014
> best, 
> Nathan
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  W o l f g a n g   B e h r (畢鶚)
  Traditional China Chair, Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies
  University of Zurich, Zürichbergstr. 4, CH-8032 Zürich, +41-44-63-43180
  President, Swiss Asia Society

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