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Gershevitch, Ilya, A Grammar Of Manichean Sogdian
Gerschevitsch, Ilja A grammar of Manichean Sogdian. PhD thesis. The Manichaean texts in Sogdian which were discovered in Central Asia, are partly written in the ordinary Sogdian writingnotorious for the difficulties inherent in its historicla system of spellingwhich is used throughout in Buddhist and profane texts, partly in a special script, peculiar to Manichaeans, in which words are spelt phonetically. Although, at the time when our texts were written, the spoken language underlying these two spripts was, of course, the same, only the Manichaean script gives a true picture of its actual state.
A grammar of Manichean Sogdian
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