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Bai, Guisi
Beckwith, Christopher
Beckwith, Christopher I.,
Pekwidŭ, C. I.
Pekwidŭ, Christopher I.
벡위드, C. I.
벡위드, Christopher I.
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Beginning a third century of Tibetan studies (17-04-1984 : Bloomington, Ind.)
Blondeau, Anne-Marie
Chŏng, Kwang
Indiana University
Indiana University Affiliation (see also from)
International Association for Tibetan Studies
Koguryŏ Yŏn'gu Chaedan
Medieval Tibeto-Burman Languages Symposium (Leiden, Netherlands) (2000)
고구려 연구 재단
鄭 光
10: 17–30. (japanese translation: 中央ユ−ラシアと東アジア内での満州語と満州族の民族 言語学的位置について。満族史研究 10 (2012): 1–15.)*beckwith (2012).
2006, 16: 199–234.*beckwith (2006). "the ethnolinguistic history of the early korean peninsula region: japanese-koguryoic and other languages in the koguryo, paekche, and silla kingdoms."
, 2006, vol. 2-2: 34–64.*beckwith, and [[gisaburo n. kiyose]] (2006): 'the silla word for "walled city" and the ancestor of modern korean.'
2008, vol. 2: 1–18.*beckwith (2009): [https://archive.org/details/empieresofthesilkroad
298.2: 535–548.*walter, michael l. and christopher i. beckwith (2010). “the dating and interpretation of the old tibetan inscriptions”
32: 287–327.*beckwith (2012). "on zhangzhung and bon." in: henk blezer, ed.
40.1: 124–140.*beckwith (2002):
54.2: 291–319.*beckwith (2011). "pyrrho’s logic: a reexamination of aristocles’ record of timon’s account."
acta orientalia academiae scientiarum hungaricae
archivum eurasiae medii aevi
brill academic publishers, 2004. isbn 90-04-13949-4. second edition, 2007. isbn 978-90-04-16025-5.*beckwith (2007) "on the proto-indo-european obstruent system."
. brill academic publishers. isbn 90-04-15014-5*beckwith (2006). “the sonority sequencing principle and old tibetan syllable margins.” in:
Empires of the Silk Road A History of Central Eurasia from the Bronze Age to the Present
Greek Buddha : Pyrrho's encounter with early Buddhism in Central Asia
halle: iitbs gmbh, 164–184.*beckwith (2012). "on the ethnolinguistic position of manchu and the manchus within central eurasia and east asia."
Introduction of Greek medicine into Tibet in the seventh and eighth centuries, The
journal of the economic and social history of the orient
Koguryo, the language of Japan's continental relatives an introduction to the historical-comparative study of the Japanese-Koguryoic languages with a preliminary description of Archaic northeastern Middle Chinese
. leiden: brill, 179–200..*beckwith (2006). "methodological observations on some recent studies of the early ethnolinguistic history of korea and vicinity."
. leiden: brill, 45–57.**beckwith (2006). “old tibetan and the dialects and periodization of old chinese.” in:
Medieval Tibeto-Burman languages
pan-asiatic linguistics: proceedings of the fourth international symposium on languages and linguistics, january 8–10, 1996. vol 3. bangkok: institute of language and culture for rural development mahidol university at salaya: 812–826.*beckwith (1998): "noun specification and classification in uzbek."
papers from the first annual meeting of the southeast asian linguistics society
philipp strazny, (ed.). new york: fitzroy dearborn, 771–774.*beckwith (2005): "on the chinese names for tibet, tabghatch, and the turks."
Phoronyms : classifiers, class nouns, and the pseudopartitive construction
]. princeton: princeton university press. isbn 978-0-691-13589-2.*beckwith (2010): 'could there be a korean–japanese linguistic relationship theory? science, the data, and the alternatives. a state-of-the-field article.' [[international journal of asian studies]] 2010, vol. 7, 2: 201–219.*beckwith (2010): 'old chinese loanwords in korean.' in: sang-oak lee, ed.
Proceedings of the international association for Tibetan studies 2006
. seoul: thaehaksa, 2010: 1–22.*beckwith and walter (2010). "on the meaning of old tibetan rje-blon during the tibetan empire period."
Silver on lapis Tibetan Literary Culture and History
study of the early medieval chinese, latin, and tibetan historical sources on pre-imperial tibet, a
Tibetan empire in central asia a history of the struggle for great power among tibetans, turks, arabs, and chinese during the early middle ages
turks in the early islamic world, the
Warriors of the Cloisters The Central Asian Origins of Science in the Medieval World
고구려어 : 일본 을 대륙 과 연결 시켜 주는 언어
Zugl.: Indiana University, Diss., 1977