New Latin flōrilegiumflower-gathering (translation of Greek anthologionflower-gathering, anthology) from Latin flōrilegusgathering flowersflōsflōr-flowerflowerlegereto gatherleg- in Indo-European roots
20, 21; Demosthenes, In Timocratem, P. 744; Stobaeus, Florilegium, xliv.
the work is divided into three books, of which the first and second are generally called 'EKXoyai 4'vo-iKai Kai 170LKae (Physical and Moral Extracts), and the third 'Av90X6y.ov (Florilegium or Sermones).
Meineke, (1860-1864); Florilegium, ed.
Messingham's Florilegium insulae sanctorum (Paris, 1624); I.
He has conducted the ensemble florilegium, and more recently, the Norsk Barokkorkester at the Trondheim Festival.