Quirinal - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Hill - one of the hills of Rome
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between the Esquiline and the Quirinal hills was girt about by
on the hill now called Quirinal; and that Romulus had charged
(early 1st cent.) one of the 3 on the Quirinal, perhaps the one ded
nged to Tamphilus on the Quirinal hill, which was bequeath
from the sky. On the Quirinal hill blood drenched the earth.
the Esquiline and on the Quirinal hill at midday and were
of the enemy to the Quirinal hill, where having performed what
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