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Romulus and Remus were twin sons. They were born to Princess Rhea Silver.
The King of the place where Romulus and Remus lived feared that one day the twins would overthrow him and become kings. So he ordered his soldiers to throw the babies into the Tiber River, thinking that they would drown.
Instead of drowning, the twins floated down the river, where a she-wolf. She took them in, and cared for them, teaching them to be like wolves. One day, a shepherd took the boys home and raised them as his own.
One day, Remus was captured and taken to the King. Romulus gathered up shepherds and killed the King.
The boys wanted to build a civilization. They both wanted to put it on hills, but they were two different hills. So they waited for a sign from the gods. Both claimed to have won. Romulus started to build a wall around a hill, but Remus was jealous and made fun of the wall. He jumped over the wall, showing how easy it was to get past, so Romulus killed him.
With his criticizing brother dead, Romulus went on building his city. He named it Rome, after himself. The city grew and became prosperous. Rome would become one of the most powerful cities in the world. The End!
The King of Rome
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