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Old Tibetan refers to the period of Tibetan language reflected in documents from the adoption of writing by the Tibetan Empire in the mid-7th century to works of the early 11th century.
In 816 CE, during the reign of Sadnalegs, literary Tibetan underwent a thorough reform aimed at standardizing the language and vocabulary of the translations being made from Indian texts, and this resulted in what we now call Classical Tibetan.
- Classical Tibetan, the classical language used also as a contemporary written standard
- Standard Tibetan, the most widely used spoken dialect
- Tibetan alphabet
- Old Tibetan (Wikipedia) - for more information
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