Antiqua statuta

ANTIQUA STATUTA. In England the statutes are divided into new and ancient statutes; since the time of memory; those from the time 1 R. I. to E. III., are called antiqua statuta - those made since, nova statuta.

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Holkham Hall, MS 229 is a copy of the Magna Carta, Antiqua statuta and Nova statuta, copied in the early fifteenth century, with continuations to 11 Henry VI (1432/3), in Latin and law French.