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When they were born in 753 B.C., twins Romulus and Remus were ordered to be drowned in the Tiber River by their father, King Amulius. To spare their lives, the servant ordered to complete this task put them in a basket to float down the river. They were later discovered by a she-wolf who nurtures them for a while.
Later on, Romulus and Remus are taken in by a shepherd and his wife and the twins become shepherds themselves when they got older.
Conflict arises one day when Romulus and Remus come across some of King Amulius' shepherd. A fight breaks out and Remus is captured by them. Romulus goes after them and gets his brother back, killing King Amulias in the process.
The brothers decide to build their own city and after a long disagreement about the location, the Palatine Hill is where it is established. Remus is angry that this is the location for he wanted it to be somewhere else and begins to anger Romulus. When Remus then jumps over Romulus' wall that he has built, Romulus kills him.
Rome is founded being named after Romulus but they find a problem when there is not enough women in the city. They decide to take the women from neighboring cities to fix this problem. The cities go to war but In the end they form a truce. Romulus vanished in a storm and was declared that he became a god.
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