Boltz, William G. 1994

Boltz, William G. 1994. The origin and early development of the Chinese writing system. (American Oriental Series, 78.) New Haven, CT: American Oriental Society. ix+205pp. (contents: Ch. 1. Writing in General. Definition of Writing. Forerunners of Writing – Pt. 1. The Shang Formation. Ch. 2. Writing in Chinese. Pictographic Origins. Logographs and Zodiographs. Graphic Multivalence. Determinatives. Ch. 3. The Multivalence of Graphs. Egyptian. Sumerian. Chinese – Pt. 2. The Chin-Han Re).

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