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Le cycle khmer des douze animaux : histoire d'un contact ancien entre Vietnam et Cambodge

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Il y atrois-quarts de siècle, George Cœdès a montré que huit des termes du cycle duodécimal khmer étaient apparentés aux noms usuels des animaux correspondants en muong (dialecte proche du vietnamien). Aujourd'hui, on peut affirmer que les douze termes du cycle entier, plus 'année', sont des emprunts au vietnamien ancien. Pour chaque terme, on compare les formes modemes, les attestations épigraphiques et les reconstructions dans les langues concernées. Des substitutions de noms d'animaux sont mises en évidence. Les plus anciennes attestations de mots vietnamiens se trouvent dans les anciennes inscriptions khmères.

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