Middle Gan

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Middle Gan (中世贛語, Zung-si Gon-ngi) corresponds to the Gan language from the Tang Dynasty to the Song Dynasty. The last time of large-scale settlement in Jiangxi by people from Zhongyuan took place due to the An Shi Rebellion and Gan language also became stabilized since the period.

Research on the rhyming system of Jiangxi poets of this period is made in order to study the linguistic form of Middle Gan. Scholars find out the Modern Gan languages still keep many linguistic characteristics of this historical layer.[1] For example:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Du Aiying & Lu Guoyao

References[edit]

  • Liu Lunxin (劉綸鑫), On the history of Gan-Hakka (客贛方言史簡論)
  • Du Aiying (杜愛英), On the rhyming system of Jiangxi poets of Song Dynasty (宋代江西詩人用韻研究)
  • Lu Guoyao (魯國堯), On the rhyming system of Jiangxi poets of Song - Yuan Dynasty (宋元江西詞人用韻研究)