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Baxter proposes a new phonological reconstruction system for Old Chinese, the Chinese language of the early and mid Zhou dynasty that is, approximately the 11th to the seventh centuries B.C. which he takes to be the ancestor of all attested varieties of Chinese, and the earliest stage of the Chinese language that can presently be reconstructed from
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