- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Abbreviations
- Notes on References
- Notes on Contributors
- 2 The Start of the Anglo-Latin Tradition
- 3 The 12th-Century Renaissance in Anglo-Norman England: William of Malmesbury and Joseph of Exeter
- 4 From Chronicles to Customs Accounts: The Uses of Latin in the Long 14th Century
- 5 Elephans in Camera: Latin and Latinity in 15th- and Early-16th-Century England
- 6 The Latin of the Early English Common Law
- 7 English Music Theory in Medieval Latin
- 8 Latin in Ecclesiastical Contexts
- 9 The Introduction of Arabic Words in Medieval British Latin Scientific Writings
- 10 ‘Go and Look in the Latin Books’: Latin and the Vernacular in Medieval Wales
- 11 Official and Unofficial Latin Words in 11th- and 12th-Century England
- 12 On Non-integrated Vocabulary in the Mixed-language Accounts of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1315–1405
- 13 Anglo-Norman, Medieval Latin, and Words of Germanic Origin
- 14 The DMLBS and the OED: Medieval Latin and the Lexicography of English
- 15 Making the Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources
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