King Amulius became an Uncle around 750 BCE, which to most would seem great. However, he saw the children as a threat and attempted to kill the kids by throwing them into the Tiber River.
The 2 children ran down the river, alive but scared. Soon, a wolf heard their cries and took them in as her own.
The 2 children continued life, even though they were under the care of a different species. After finding their Grandfather, they were instructed to kill the same Uncle that tried to kill them.
The 2 children, now older and very, very strong, went out to kill their Uncle. They were successful, and the kingdom went back to their Grandfather.
The 2 brothers began to argue about what to name the land they were building a town on. Soon, arguing turned into a fight, and the animal instincts kicked in. Romulus killed his brother, and named the land "Rome".
Now a king, Romulus wanted to be the ruler that shaped his nation positively. He built an empire with a leading army for more than a century, and had very happy folk. Even after his death, people still tell his tale.