Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Quirinus


In Roman mythology, Quirinus is a god of the Roman state and community, representing martial strength, public security, and civic responsibility. As one of the archaic triad gods, Quirinus symbolizes the growth of the early Roman community and its values, reflecting the importance of collective identity and the protection of the common good.

Themes: “community”, “strength”, “security”, “identity”, “protection”

More in: “The Gods of the Romans” by Michael Grant.

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