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As early as 1823, the German scholar Julius Klaprot proposed that there is a homology between the basic vocabulary of Chinese, Tibetan and Burmese, while Thai and Vietnamese are different. But then his work was forgotten, and it was not until the 20th century that scholars re-emphasized his research.

The popular classifications of the 19th century were generally based on ethnic considerations, such as the concept proposed by Nathan Brown in 1837 to represent all Eastern languages except the Altaic and Dalapi language, including Japanese and South Island.

The word "Chinese-Tibetan" was proposed by Puzulski in 1924.


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