plural noun (often initial capital letter)
Origin of acta
Examples from the Web for acta
One of the earliest ancestors of the modern newspaper was the Acta Diurna Populi Romani, or “Daily Acts of the Roman People.”
Julius Caesar established the Acta Diurna to weaken his political opponents by revealing the proceedings of government.
Some artists have even represented her blind, but nothing in her Acta justifies this representation.
It must be connected with the other data and acta of our consciousness under the general laws of the operation of the mind.Edward Caldwell Moore|Edward Moore
These publications were called acta diurna urbis or acta diurna populi.Quintus Claudius, Volume 2 of 2|Ernst Eckstein
The text has been edited most completely by Bonnet, Acta Apostol.
A good instance of this is the well-known set of transactions which is almost invariably quoted as the Nova Acta.How to Catalogue a Library|Henry B. (Henry Benjamin) Wheatley