Romulus and Remus
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Thank you for saving me, brother!
The twins, Romulus and Remus, were born in 753 B.C., but were thrown in the Tiber River since they were born from a Vestal Virgin. As legends say, the river god, Tibernus, calmed the waters and let the basket get caught in the roots of a nearby fig tree. Later the twins were found by a she-wolf.
No, Romulus, the city would thrive over here!
We should have the city over here.
The boys were then raised by a shepherd whom they looked up to like an adopted dad. One day, however, they got in a fight with the shepherds from King Amulius.
In the process of the fight, to save his brother who was captured by the king, Romulus killed King Amulius.
After killing King Amulis, the boys rejected the crown of Alba Longa, they went out in searched for a city of their own. However, they never agreed on where the city should be.
Since they never could decide on where the city should be, they each took their own sacred ground. Romulus built a wall around his city and was continuously made fun of by Remus. When Remus made a bold move to jump the wall, Romulus killed him.
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