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flo·ru·it

 (flôr′yo͞o-ĭt, -o͞o-, flŏr′-)
Abbr. fl.
Used to indicate the period during which a person lived or a school or movement was most active or flourishing.

[Latin flōruit, third person sing. perfect tense of flōrēre, to flourish; see flourish.]
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floruit

(ˈflɒruːɪt)
vb
(he or she) flourished: used to indicate the period when a historical figure, whose birth and death dates are unknown, was most active. Abbreviation: fl. or flor.
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flo•ru•it

(ˈfloʊ ru ɪt; Eng. ˈflɔr yu ɪt, ˈfloʊr-, ˈflɒr-)
Latin. he or she flourished. Abbr.: fl., flor.
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floruit

A Latin word meaning he (or she) flourished, used to state when a person in history was most active, especially when the person’s dates of birth and death are not recorded.
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This method allows one ultimately to establish a chronology regarding the textual development and transmission of these reports by reconstructing older versions and dating them on the basis of the floruit of the earliest common transmitter (the so-called common link, CL).
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Tras el floruit vivido entre el final de la Republica y los julioclaudios--cuando multiples y concatenados proyectos arquitectonicos monumentalizaron la ciudad y la mantuvieron 'en obras' durante un siglo y medio, en particular gracias a la riqueza de su rico distrito minero, la activa munificencia de sus elites y la capacidad inversora del ordo local (Ramallo, 2011; Noguera y Madrid, 2014: 24-42, con bibliografia anterior)--, el registro arqueologico y epigrafico proporciona pruebas sobre construcciones de nueva planta, dinamicas inversoras (en tiempos de Adriano), programas de marmorizacion y resistematizacion de edificios publicos, actividad de cualificados talleres ...
In their floruit, Templargnostic insights go back to the mystery religions and syncretistic thinking characteristic of the earliest beginnings of Christianity and of spiritual movements competing with it.
C'est le cas de Diogo de Napoles, dont nous allons parler plus loin, ou des Comtes de Coculim pour ce qui est de l'aristocratie, mais c'est aussi le cas d'un public appartenant a la bourgeoisie, qui s'interesse a la peinture bien qu'il possede des collections vraisemblablement moins fournies ; en font partie des personnalites comme Antoine Mengin (1690-1772), graveur de la Casa da Moeda, Jose Antonio da Silva (floruit : 1725-1748), imprimeur de Y Academia Real, Monsieur Bellegarde (floruit : moitie XVIIIe siecle), marchand francais, ou d'autres personnalites dont l'identite n'a pas encore ete saisie.
240: lyuede in erpe: L floruit 'flourished'; four score: L nonagegesimo, i.e.