Romulus and Remus
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Romulus and Remus were born twins, sons of Mars (the god of war), and Rhea, daughter of Numitor (a Greek king).
But their great-uncle, Amulius, brother of Numitor, wanted Numitor's kingdom, so he sent Numitor out of the kingdom, took his throne and threw Romulus and Remus into the river Tiber, attempting to drown them.
Instead of drowning, the babies were discovered by a she-wolf who decided to raise Romulus and Remus as her own.
After a while, a shepard found Romulus and Remus. He helped them behave more like a human and cared for them so that they could grow up strong and brave.
Years later, Romulus and Remus found Numitor, whose throne they helped reclaim by stabbing Amulius in the chest.
Years later, the twins decided to build a city near where the she-wolf had found them. But how to decide what its name would be? Romulus wanted to have it named Rome, but Remus wanted it to be called Reme. So they decided to battle for the name. Romulus emerged victorious, but he fought too hard so Remus died in battle.
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