followed by reconciliation, for the foreign god Quirinus
, taken as an
(85) 'Romulus was called Quirinus
because he had been wont to carry a spear, from which the Romans were called Ouirites'.
was one of these, a catechist who in the late 240s wrote to Cyprian asking for help.
Edwards, 1882, mientras que Opsiphanes quiteria quirinus
Godman & Salvin, 1881, Caligo uranus Herrich-Schaffer, 1850 o Itaballia pandosia kicaha (Reakirt, 1863) son exclusivos de la Sierra de Juarez.
"Celio Calcagnini (1479-1541)" by historian Quirinus
Breen in 1951.
Other lives The return to a mile has reinvigorated Quirinus
, who won his second race at that trip at Maisons-Laffitte in the space of three weeks when carrying Olivier Peslier to a narrow success last Saturday.
FEAST OF QUIRINUS
NEUSS 1853: Artist Vincent van Gogh was born in the Dutch village of Groot-Zundert.
In fact, some specific Christian traits like belief in Trinity, the institution of Papacy, Holy Mass, and the dating of Christmas all have their roots in Near-Eastern religions, e.g their concept of a divine triad (Osiris/ Isis/ Horus or Jupiter / Mars / Quirinus
), their title of pontifex maximus (for what today is the Pope), and their annual Saturnalia celebrations at what today is called Christmas time.
'Dreaming about Quirinus
: Horace's Satires and the development of Augustan poetry.' In T.
. 1994: Carvill's Hill 12- 11- 10, Quirinus
12- 11- 10 ( automatic top- weight), Run For Free 10- 11- 4 .