Romulus & Remus
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The boys are now teenage shepherds yearning for adventure. Remus, the most daring of the two, convinces Romulus to steal from robbers to show off to their friends.
Let us go Romulus! It shall be a hoot!
Mr. Numitor! This young man stole from me and your brother, the King, sent me to you to punish him
This young man looks oddly familiar... hmm. Could it be?
The robber apprehends Remus and takes him to King Amulius’s brother, Numitor who was exiled by Amulius. Faustulus and Romulus are not too far behind and Numitor instantly notices the strong resemblance of these boys to his late sister, Rhea.
Wait sir! Please! Please don't hurt my brother!
Numitor informs Faustulus and the twins about the truth of their mother and how he is the eldest and supposed to be the true heir to the throne, but Amulius stole it from him.
Numitor, Faustulus and the twins join forces and kill Amulius and Numitor the rightful king of Alba Long, tells the public of his brother’s crude and vulgar methods of maintaining power.
To reduce overcrowding, the twins built a new city. However, a major battle broke out between the twins and each of their followers, resulting in Remus’s death. The king of the new city was Romulus who named it Rome.
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