Ian is best known for his role in the Harry Potter franchise, portraying both Quirinus
Quirrell and Lord Voldemort in the Philosopher's Stone.
Christianity and Humanism: Studies in the History of Ideas, by Quirinus
of Jupiter and Dius Fiduius or Mars and Quirinus
, where all of them are
'He is Quirinus
Quirrell,' said user @RuzainRidzuan, referring to a school professor in the same series who was possessed by Voldemort, causing the latter's face to appear on the back of his head.
Perotti had associated Quirites with Curis in his commentary where he explains that 'Romulus Quirinus
est dictus: quod hastam ferre solitus erat.
Opsiphanes quiteria [marca] quirinus
Godman & Salvin, 1881 Subfamilia Satyrinae Boisduval, 1833 330.
To get a glimpse of what patience meant to the Christians and how it fit into their missional growth, we will look at two writings by Cyprian, bishop of Carthage in North Africa: his treatise On the Good of Patience and his catechetical program To Quirinus
This tells us that the book possibly belonged to the Benedictine Abbey of St Quirinus
, Tegernsee, in Bavaria, as its contemporary deerskin binding is stamped with Tegernsee's device of a heart transfixed with an arrow.
ibi allatis Iunio poeta, cuius epigramma elegans nuper primus protulit Ennius Quirinus
Visconti in libro docto: Lettera su due monimenti, ne' quali e memoria d'Antonia Augusta p.