Quirinus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Roman god, often identified with Romulus
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pirius dedicates a temple to Quirinus, where he erects the first sund
a god and was called Quirinus .
gods, and was given the name Quirinus. CIL_14.2067
(early 1st cent.) -split Day. F Festival: of Quirinus. No Business;
(1st cent. A.D.) lic Holiday. Quirinalia. To Quirinus on the hill
worship, father Quirinus, and thee, Hora, consort of
old that after Heracles, Quirinus also ascended thither,
Then he looked at Quirinus and said, "Quirinus, it is not
of the same mind. Quirinus thereupon begged that he might
who sits over there by Quirinus because he rebuilt his
Pyrrhus at the Temple of Quirinus by Lucius Papirius Cursor when
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