The Magna Carta Project

XII. A late thirteenth, early fourteenth-century statute book: Trinity College Cambridge O.76, fos.6-11.

by Professor David Carpenter

The first part of the copy is lost. It begins just before the start of chapter 2. The chief interest of the copy is that is it in French. In chapter 2, the earl is to succeed to ‘une counte enter’ and the baronial relief is to be 100 marks

The Copies of Magna Carta