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Toward Proto Pearic: problems and historical implications

@inproceedings{Ferlus2011TowardPP,
  title={Toward Proto Pearic: problems and historical implications},
  author={Michel Ferlus},
  year={2011}
}
The reconstruction of Proto-Pearic phonology allows us to consider the following hypothesis: the contrast /tense vs lax/ in Vietic, Katuic and Pearic was formed under the influence of Ancient Chinese along the trade route leading from North-Vietnam to the gulf of Thailand. 

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