Latin: Articles; items or heads. A term applied to some old English statutes, and occasionally to treatises. Articuli cleri. Articles of the clergy, (g. v.)Articuli de moneta. Articles concerning money, or the currency. The title of a statute passed in the twentieth year of Edward I. 2 Reeve, Hist. Eng. Law, 228; Crabb, Eng. Law, fAmer. Ed.) 167. Articuli Magnae Chartse. The preliminary articles, forty nine in number, upon which the Magna Charta was founded Articuli super chartas. Articles upon the charters. The title of a statute passed in the twenty eighth year of Edward I. st. 3, confirming or enlarging many particulars in Magna Charta, and the Charta de Foresta, and appointing a method for enforcing. the observance of them, and for the punishment of offenders. 2 Reeve, Hist. Eng. Law, 103, 233.