Medieval Latin as used in England.
Abbreviation: AL, AL., A.L.
Historical Examples

Anglo-Latin versions are numerous, the last having been published at Oxford in 1800.
A History of Bohemian Literature Count Ltzow

Aldhelm is the first of the Anglo-Latin poets, and he was a classical scholar at a time when to be so was a great distinction.
Anglo-Saxon Literature John Earle


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