Romulus and Remus born in the ancient city of Alba Longa. Their parents were princess Rhea and the god Mars.
Romulus and Remus were seen as a threat to the throne of Alba Longa. They were ordered to be abandoned at the river to die. They were saved by the god of rivers. They were taken to the sight which was believed to be the location of the creation of Rome.
Romulus and Remus were suckled and raised by a she-wolf in a cave named Lupercal. They were eventually adopted by a shepherd farmer named Faustulus.
For the rest of their childhood, Romulus and Remus were sheep herders. They began gaining supporters and followers because of their natural leadership
Romulus and Remus had a dispute on to where to build. The dispute furthered when they approached the gods in guidance. After disagreeing with the god's advice, there was a fight between Romulus and Remus and their supporters. Romulus killed Remus in rage during the dispute.
Romulus then went on to found the city of Rome, its institutions, government, military and religious traditions. He reigned for many years as its first king.