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.
41) He made note of the fact that some of Dollinger's writing had to be published under pseudonyms of Janus and Quirinus
292-293, where Iuppiter prophesies that Quirinus
and his brother will be together law-makers.
1994: Carvill's Hill 12- 11- 10, Quirinus
12- 11- 10 ( automatic top- weight), Run For Free 10- 11- 4 .
T62 1, 292: Remo cum fratre Quirinus
iura dabunt] id est leges Romuli perdurabunt.
Romulus est le premier roi de Rome, fondateur a la fois de la cite et de plusieurs de ses institutions, figure centrale aussi dans les mythes d'origine de plusieurs de ses fetes, identifie avec le dieu Quirinus
5: Sulpicius Quirinus
, governor of Syria, overtook the country of the Homonadeis, captured 4,000 of them, and synoecized ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
quirinalis (mons) El Quirinal: Una de las Siete Colinas de Roma, nombre en honor a Quirinus
, dios guerrero del lugar, mas tarde identificado con Romulo, luego de haber ascendido a los cielos.
Most recently, the Czech Quirinus
unseated his rider at the Chair in 1994.
To the best of our knowledge, very little information is available on the persistence of metsulfuron-methyl in tropical agricultural soils (Ismail and Quirinus
1997; Rahman et al.
Most recently, the Czech horse, Quirinus
, saddled with automatic top weight, unseated his rider at the Chair in 1994.