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András Róna-Tas University of Szeged Department of Altaic Studies H-6722 Szeged Egyetem u. 2 Hungary

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  • Aalto, P. (1955): Fragmente des mongolischen Subhāṣitaratnanidhi in Quadratschrift. Mitteilungen des Instituts für Orientforschung 3, pp. 279–290.

    Aalto P. , 'Fragmente des mongolischen Subhāṣitaratnanidhi in Quadratschrift ' (1955 ) 3 Mitteilungen des Instituts für Orientforschung : 279 -290 .

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  • Aalto, P. (1959): Zu den Berliner Turfan-Fragmente T III D 322. JSFOu 61/6, pp. 1–20.

    Aalto P. , 'Zu den Berliner Turfan-Fragmente T III D 322 ' (1959 ) 61/ JSFOu : 1 -20 .

  • Bosson, J. E. (1961): A Rediscovered Xylograph Fragment from the Mongolian’ Phags-pa Version of the Subhāṣitaratnanidhi. CAJ 6, pp. 85–102.

    Bosson J. E. , 'A Rediscovered Xylograph Fragment from the Mongolian’ Phags-pa Version of the Subhāṣitaratnanidhi ' (1961 ) 6 CAJ : 85 -102 .

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  • Brockelmann, C. (1964): Mitteltürkischer Wortschatz nach Mahmud al-Kāšγaris Diwan Luγat at-Turk. Budapest (BOH I).

  • Chingeltei (2002a): Qidan xiaozi shidu wenti [Problems of the decipherment of the Khitan small script]. Peking.

  • Chingeltei (2002b): On the Problems of Reading Kitan Characters. AOH 55, pp. 99–114.

    'On the Problems of Reading Kitan Characters ' (2002 ) 55 AOH : 99 -114 .

  • Clark, L. V. (1980): Turkic Loanwords in Mongol I. The Treatment of Non-initial s, z, š, č. Central Asiatic Journal Vol. 24, pp. 36–59.

    Clark L. V. , 'Turkic Loanwords in Mongol I. The Treatment of Non-initial s, z, š, č ' (1980 ) 24 Central Asiatic Journal : 36 -59 .

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  • Gabain, A. v. (1974): Alttürkische Grammatik mit Bibliographie, Lesestücken und Wörterverzeichnis, auch Neutürkisch. Leipzig.

  • Gombocz, Z. (1912): Die bulgarisch-türkischen Lehnwörter in der ungarischen Sprache. Helsinki.

  • Janhunen, J. (1977a): Samojedischer Wortschatz. Gemeinsamojedische Etymologien. Helsinki.

  • Janhunen, J. (1977b): Samoyed-Altaic Contacts. Present State of Research. In: Janhunen, J. (ed.): Altaica. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Meeting of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference Held in Helsinki 7–11 June 1976. Helsinki, pp. 123–129.

  • Kane, D. (2009): The Kitan Language and Script. Leiden-Boston.

  • Kara, G. (1972): Review of Starikov et al. 1970. AOH 26, pp. 155–157.

    Kara G. , 'Review of Starikov et al. 1970 ' (1972 ) 26 AOH : 155 -157 .

  • Kara, G. (1975): A propos de l’inscription de 1150 en écriture khitane. Annales Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinensis, Sectio Lingustica 6, pp. 163–167.

    Kara G. , 'A propos de l’inscription de 1150 en écriture khitane ' (1975 ) 6 Annales Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinensis, Sectio Lingustica : 163 -167 .

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  • Kara, G. (1986–1987): On the Khitan Writing Systems. Mongolian Studies 10, pp. 19–24.

    Kara G. , 'On the Khitan Writing Systems ' (1986 ) 10 Mongolian Studies : 19 -24 .

  • Kara, G. (1996): Siniform Scripts in Inner Asia: Kitan and Jurchen. In: Daniels, P. T. - Bright, W. (eds): The World’s Writing Systems. Oxford.

  • Kiyose, G. N. (1977): A Study of the Jurchen Language and Script. Reconstruction and Decipherment. Kyoto.

  • Ligeti, L. (1964): Le fragments du Subhāṣitaratnanidhi mongol en écriture’ phags-pa. AOH 17, pp. 239–292.

    Ligeti L. , 'Le fragments du Subhāṣitaratnanidhi mongol en écriture’ phags-pa ' (1964 ) 17 AOH : 239 -292 .

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  • Liu Fengzhu (1999): Seventy Years of Khitan Small Script Studies. In: Janhunen, J. - Rybatzki, V. (eds): Writing in the Altaic World. Helsinki (SO 87), pp. 159–169.

  • Menges, K. H. (1968): Tungusen und Ljao. Wiesbaden (Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes XXXVIII,1).

  • Miller, R. A. (2002): The Middle Mongolian Vocalic Hiatus. AOH 55, pp. 179–205.

    Miller R. A. , 'The Middle Mongolian Vocalic Hiatus ' (2002 ) 55 AOH : 179 -205 .

  • Mostaert, A. (1941–1944): Dictionnaire ordos. New York. (Second edition: 1968.)

  • Poppe, N. (1955): Introduction to Mongolian Comparative Studies. Helsinki (MSFOu 110).

  • Poppe, N. (1960): Vergleichende Grammatik der altaischen Sprachen. Wiesbaden.

  • Poppe, N. (1965): Introduction to Altaic Linguistics. Wiesbaden.

  • Rachewiltz, I. de — Rybatzki, V. (2010): Introduction to Altaic Philology. Turkic, Mongolian, Manchu. Leiden-Boston.

  • Róna-Tas, A. (1973): Did the Proto-Altaic People Know the Stirrup? Studia Mongolica 13, pp. 169–171.

    Róna-Tas A. , 'Did the Proto-Altaic People Know the Stirrup? ' (1973 ) 13 Studia Mongolica : 169 -171 .

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  • Róna-Tas, A. (1974): Obščee nasledie ili zaimstvovanija (K probleme rodstva altajskih jazykov). Voprosy jazykoznanija No. 2, pp. 31–45.

    Róna-Tas A. , 'Obščee nasledie ili zaimstvovanija (K probleme rodstva altajskih jazykov) ' (1974 ) 2 Voprosy jazykoznanija : 31 -45 .

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  • Róna-Tas, A. (1982): The Periodization and Sources of Chuvash Linguistic History. In: Róna-Tas A. (ed.) Chuvash Studies (1982) pp. 113–169.

  • Róna-Tas, A. (1992): Reconstructing Old Tibetan. In: Tibetan Studies. Proceedings of the 5th Seminar of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, Narita 1989. Narita, pp. 697–703.

  • Róna-Tas, A. (1996): Ugor, Ogur or Ugur? Remarks on the Name “Finno-Ugrian”. In: Mészáros, E. (ed.): Ünnepi könyv Mikola Tibor tiszteletére. Szeged, pp. 265–269.

  • Slater, Kaith W. (2003): A Grammar of Monguer: A Mongolic Language of China’ Qinghai-Gansu Sprachbund. London.

  • Starikov, V. S. — Arapov, M. — Karapet’jants, M. — Malinovskaja, Z. — Probst M. (1970): Materialy po dešifrovke kidan’skogo pis’-ma. Vols I–II. Moskva.

  • Starostin, S. — Dybo, A. — Mudrak, O. (2003): Etymological Dictionary of the Altaic Languages. Leiden-Boston.

  • Svantesson, J. O. — Tsendina, A. — Karlsson, A. M. — Franzén, V. (2005): The Phonology of Mongolian. Oxford.

  • Tenišev, Ė. R. (2001): Sravnitel’no-istoričeskaja grammatika tjurkskih jazykov: Leksika. Moskva.

  • Wittfogel, K. A. — Feng Chia-sheng (1949): History of Chinese Society Liao (907–1125). Philadelphia.

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