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The Legend of Rome
Romulus and Remus were the twin children of the war god Mars and the vestial virgin Rhea Silvia. Rhea's uncle, the evil king Amulius, had removed her father from the throne and if she had any children they would overthrow him.
When the boys were born, Amulius seized them, put them in a basket, and threw them in the Tiber river, hoping they would drown.
However, the boys did not drown, and were taken in by a she-wolf, who fed them and took care of them.
As they grew up, Romulus and Remus were found and taken home by a shepherd. The shepherd raised them to manhood, and they found out who they really were. After much consideration, they decided to kill Amulius and put their grandfather back on the throne.
Once they had completed their task, they both wished to make a castle, one wished to make a castle on one hill the other on another hill. Since they could not come to an agreement, they both made their own castles upon their own hills.
On day, Remus visited Romulus's Castle and made fun of his walls and mocked him, saying how easily they could be breached. Romulus was so angry he killed Remus, and said he would kill anyone who made fun of his city or tried to break through the walls of Rome.
The legend says Romulus became the first king of Rome in 753BC. THE END
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