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I believe lettera antiqua should be littera antiqua (Latin) or lettera antica (Italian), no? My references all use littera antiqua (as earlier in this article in the plural, litterae antiquae).
Also, is this the same as "Roman bookhand"? Other articles in Wikipedia use that term and perhaps should be linked to this one. - PKM (talk) 04:56, 2 February 2011 (UTC) (enthusiastic amateur but by no means an expert on this subject)