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The abbreviation '''fl.''' stands for the [[Latin]] term "floruit" ("flourishing"). It is used to denote the time during which an artist created most of his or her works. It is particularly relevant to [[medieval]] artists (writers, composers, [[List of poets (600-1600)|poets]], [[scribe]]s, etc) as we seldom know anything about them other than some of their creations.
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The abbreviation '''fl.''' stands for the [[Latin]] term "floruit" ("flourishing"). It is used to denote the time during which an [[artist]] created most of his or her works. It is particularly relevant to [[medieval]] artists ([[writer]]s, [[composer]]s, [[List of poets (600-1600)|poets]], [[scribe]]s, etc) as we seldom know anything about them other than some of their creations.
 
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Latest revision as of 04:46, 13 July 2007

The abbreviation fl. stands for the Latin term "floruit" ("flourishing"). It is used to denote the time during which an artist created most of his or her works. It is particularly relevant to medieval artists (writers, composers, poets, scribes, etc) as we seldom know anything about them other than some of their creations.