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The Founding of Rome By G.W.
This is Romulus, founder of Rome
A long time ago, Romulus and his twin brother Remus were thrown into the Tiber. Luckily, they washed up near a fig tree, where a she-wolf fed them. A shepherd found the boys and raised them well.
The boys grew to be strong men and decided to build a city. Soon, however, an argument ensued between them and led to Romulus killing Remus
With the death of Remus, Romulus built the city and named it Rome, after himself.
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