Garrison (Mary) (ed.), Mostert (Marco) (ed.), Orbán (Árpád P.) (ed.), Egmond (Wolfert S. van) (assist. ed.): Spoken and written language: relations between Latin and the vernacular languages in the earlier Middle Ages / edited by Mary Garrison, Árpád P. Orbán and Marco Mostert with the assistance of Wolfert S. van Egmond.
USML, 24. Turnhout: Brepols, 2013. ix + 364 pp.
Rev. by
Eleanor Dickey, in The Journal of English and Germanic Philology 113/4 (Oct., 2014), pp. 516-518.


Harvey (Anthony): The non-classical vocabulary of Celtic-Latin literature: an overview.
In Spoken and written language (2013), pp. 87–100.

Herren (Michael W.): The Cena Adamnani or seventh-century table talk.
In Spoken and written language (2013), pp. 101–112.

Hofman (Rijcklof): Latin grammars and the structure of the vernacular Old Irish Auraicept na n-éces.
In Spoken and written language (2013), pp. 185–198.

Wright (Charles D.): From monks’ jokes to sages’ wisdom: the joca monachorum tradition and the Irish Immacallam in dá thúarad.
In Spoken and written language (2013), pp. 199–225.
On the borrowing of motifs from medieval Latin scholastic and catechetical dialogues into the early Irish tradition.