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According to legend, Rhea Silva, the daughter of King Numitor, was married to Mars, the Roman god of war. Rhea had 2 sons name Romulus and Remus. She loved them, but soon discovered that there were plots by other deities to harm their father and her sons.
To protect the boys, she set them adrift in a basket on the Tiber, hoping someone would find and care for them.
After a time, the boys were rescued from the river by a she-wolf who fed them with her own milk.
Until a shepherd named Faustulus and his wife found them and raised them. Eventually they became shepherds like Faustulus.
One day, the boys discovered who they really were. They decided to build a city on the banks of the Timber where they had been rescued by the she-wolf. Here they would rule as kings.
They both wanted to be sole king of the city. They argued and, in rage, Romulus picked up a rock and killed his brother. From then on, Romulus ruled as king, naming the city Rome after himself.
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