Twin babies named Romulus and Remus were sentenced to death by a king who believed that the two would overthrow him because they were descendants of Aeneas. They were sent away in a basket down the Tiber River by their human mother and their father, Mars, the god of war, so that they would be safe from the king.
A place like this? Haha! Brother, you are such a jest!
I propose that we build our city here. The place where the wolf rescued us.
Before the boys could die in the river's current, they were saved by a wolf that took care of Romulus and Remus as if they were her own pups. She took care of the twins for a few years until a shepherd encountered them.
The shepherd adopted the boys and he and his wife took care of them as if they were their own, as well. Many years later, Romulus and Remus had set out to overthrow the King who attempted to sentence them to death as infants. After they overthrew the frightened king, they traced back to where they first met the wolf and the shepherd and had an idea.
Romulus and Remus decided that they wanted to build a city where the wolf that rescued them and started planning. As all brothers do, they argued about each others' ideas and incidents escalated very quickly.
Out of rage, Romulus fought Remus for making fun of his ideas and killed him for it. Romulus instantly regretted it and buried him. He still had hate for his brother and continued building the city the dreamed of.
After years of building his city, Romulus became the first emperor of his city. He called it Rome, after himself.