Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1971. — 172 p. — (Oriental Monograph Series No. 7). — ISBN 9780708104835.The ’Phags-pa script was invented by Bla-ma ’Phags-pa and was officially used by the Mongol Empire. The original plan of this script, mentioned in the Imperial decree that promulgated it in 1269, was to transcribe Mongolian and other neighbouring languages. As the time that the ’Phags-pa script was in official use was limited to the Mongol Empire, ’Phags-pa material at our disposal is extremely limited, and the only available material in the script is written in Mongolian, Chinese, and Tibetan. The Mongolian documents in the ’Phags-pa script are mostly inscriptions, and in conjunction with documents in the Uighur script, which was adopted by the Mongols after 1204, they are very important material for the study of the Mongolian language in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
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