Then, however, his glances strayed to the Quirinal, and there he could contemplate the new and neighbouring royalty.
The coffin was removed to the Quirinal and turned into a water-trough.
From the Quirinal came a pendant, with a picture of a boy's face set in diamonds.
Last night we went to our second court ball at the Quirinal.
Mons Capitolinus, north of the Palatine and southwest of the Quirinal.
This is at present in front of the Quirinal in Rome, and is the companion of the Sta.
It is in the Quirinal Palace that the later conclaves have always met for the election of the popes.
The Emperor Heliogabalus built on the Quirinal a meeting-place for this body.
No one can have any idea of the life and movement which reigns in this voluntary prison which lies over against the Quirinal.
The subject was suggested by Napoleon, who intended the work for the Quirinal.
royal palace in Rome, 1838, from Mons Quirinalis in Rome (one of the seven hills, site of a former Papal palace), from Quirinus, said to be the divine name of Romulus, but really one of the original trinity of Roman gods, representing Mars. His feast (Quirinalia) was Feb. 17. Used metonymically for "the Italian civil government" (1917), especially as distinguished from the Vatican.