Romulus and Remus
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Farewell my daughter.
King Proca had two sons Amulius and Numitor. Numitor was the older one and the rightful succesor to the throne.
Amulius siezed the throne, and sent Numitor to live on a small farm. Amulius killed Numerator's son's.
Amulius banished Numitor's daughter Rhea Silvia to the temple of Vesta.
Rhea Silvia vowed to be a Vestal Virgin for 30 years, however, she gave birth to twins, Romulus and Remus. The father of her children was Mars the God of war, who raped her.
King Amulius was furious at the news of the birth. He had his soldiers bring Rhea to his castle and decided to throw her and her twins into the Tiber River.
Rhea Silvia was unable to stay afloat, and soon her limp body was washed down the river. Somehow, though, floated down the river until it got stuck in some olive tree roots.
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