Once upon a time, there were to babies named Romulus and Remus who were brothers. Their mother, Rhea Siliva was married to the Roman god Mars and lived peacefully in their house.
One day, Rhea heard that there were plots by other gods to harm the boys and their parents. So Rhea, in a desperate glimpse of hope, cast them down the river of Tiber to save them.
They were taken in by a she wolf. The she wolf fed them with her own milk until a shepherd called Faustulus with his wife discovered the brothers and raised them. They turned out to be shepherds just like faustulus.
One day, they found out that they were the children of a god. So they worked together to build a city near the Tiber river where they were rescued by the she wolf.
Once they had finished building the city, they had arguments over who would rule. So finally, Romulus was so angry that he killed Remus with a rock.
From that day on, Romulus ruled the city of Rome and became its first king ever