frequentia

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t[em]p[or]is & frequentia actuu[m] inducit tacitus [con]sensus,
XVI, <<Et coram angelorum credentiumque frequentia sedem patriam repetivit.
inter haec triclinii valvas lictor percussit, amictusque veste alba cum ingenti frequentia comissator intravit.
This entails a certain loss of seven things which had previously been enjoyed--not a total loss, but a diminishment of their frequentia vel affluentia.
Here the ~official' vita is at least extended to include a period of solitary life in Rome, which is not known from elsewhere, although Fulcard, following Bede, seems to imply periods of retreat during Lent at a place on the Tyne ~quod a populari frequentia locus remotior erat'.
Stantem refugit maesta frequentia, auersa uultus, ne petulantius quisquam uerendum conspiceret locum.
Riteneua alcuni altri la frequentia della citta, & Ia congregatione quasi di tutte Ic geti, quasi che la citta di Vinegia fosse il mercato comune del mondo" (IIIr).