Romulus and Remus story

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  • Numitor
  • Amulius
  • Numitor is dethroned by his evil brother: Amulius and Sylvia is captured and taken to mars's temple (the god of war) so that Sylvia can not have children that can reclaim the throne.
  • But Amulius's plan does not work as, Sylvia and Mars get married and soon Sylvia gives birth to two baby boys, they name them Romulus and Remus.
  • whaaaaaaaaah
  • Soon enough Amulius discovers that his plan has failed, so he sends his henchmen to kidnap Romulus and Remus and throw them into the River Tiber.
  • So Amulius's henchmen throw Romulus and Remus into the River Tiber.
  • The hungry and tired twins's cradle finally comes to a stop and a female wolf hears them screaming, she slowly approaches them and follows her motherly instincts and carries them home bitting the edge of there swaddle cloth.
  • They had been living in a cave with the wolves for a few years, until one day, the boys were seen playing catch by the cave from the eyes of a childless shepherd named Fastulus and so that very night he took them from the cave and brought them home.
  • THE END!
  • The boys lived with the shepherd and his wife for many years, they helped the kingdom by stopping thieves, stories were told about all of the deeds the boys had done and one day their Grandfather (Numitor) heard the story and he sent his guards to find them.
  • The boys were told that Amulius was responsible for everything so they are told to take back the thrown and plan and then build a city. The boys each had a role at building the city but when the make the decision of the name this is when it gets difficult.
  • Romulus kills Remus and he becomes King.
  • So Romulus became King and the city was named Rome, Romulus ruled for over 40 years and then died. When he died he was sent to where the gods where because had done so many good things.
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