Quirinal   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Quirinal   Hill - one of the hills of Rome
Wikipedia entry
Cic:Rep_2.11   between the Esquiline and the Quirinal hills was girt about by
Cic:Rep_2.20   on the hill now called Quirinal; and that Romulus had charged
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   one of the 3 on the Quirinal, perhaps the one ded
Nepos:Att_13   nged to Tamphilus on the Quirinal hill, which was bequeath
Obseq_12   from the sky. On the Quirinal hill blood drenched the earth.
Obseq_13   the Esquiline and on the Quirinal hill at midday and were
ValMax_1.1.11   of the enemy to the Quirinal hill, where having performed what

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