TABLE OF CONTENTS

Michael Lapidge: How ‘English’ is Pre-Conquest Latin
Peter Dronke Arbor eterna: A Ninth-Century Welsh Latin Sequence
Maria Amalia D’Aronco: How ‘English’ is Anglo-Saxon Medicine? The Latin Sources for Anglo-Saxon Medical Texts
David Luscombe: Roger Bacon and Language
John Marenbon: Robert Holcot and the Pagan Philosophers
David Rundle: Humanist Eloquence among the Barbarians in Fifteenth-Century England
Richard Sharpe: The English Bibliographical Tradition from Kirkestede to Tanner
Ceri Davies: Two Welsh Renaissance Latinists: Sir John Prise of Brecon and Dr John Davies of Mallwyd
Philip Ford: Scottish Nationalism in the Poetry of George Buchanan
Stella P. Revard: The Latin Ode from Elizabeth I to Mary II: Political Approaches to Encomia
James Binns: The Decline of Latin in Eighteenth-Century England
E.J. Kenney: ‘A little of it sticks’: The Englishman’s Horace
Christopher Stray: Scholars, Gentlemen and Schoolboys: The Authority of Latin in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century England
Jean-Noël Guinot: Importance culturelle et politique de la Britannia Latina dans l’antiquité tardive et le haut Moyen Âge