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The European lexicography of Chinese language and the development of Chinese bilingual dictionaries

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Presented at Chinese/Japanese Lexicography session
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Chinese linguistic studies are characterized by one of the most ancient and impressive lexicographical tradition in the world, but bilingual lexicography has been scarecely represented until the end of Ming dynasty, with the important exception of a few Tang dynasty Chinese-Sanskrit dictionaries. The European bilingual lexicography flourished in China at the end of in the XVIth century and has had a massive impact on autochthonous linguistic studies, influencing the new development of Chinese...

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University of Naples, Italy
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Oriental Studies
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University of Grenoble, France
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uuid:21c3932d-aae5-4418-a9b4-6fefabad7654
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