Romulus and Remus - the founding of Rome

Romulus and Remus - the founding of Rome

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  • Sabine
  • Titus Tatius
  • Romulus saw a problem quickly forming before him: few of the foreigners had wives. Romulus needed to fill city with women as well.
  • Romulus decided to steal women from the Sabines, an Italian tribe. He proclaimed a festival and invited many Sabines to it.
  • While the attention of the men was elsewhere Romulus' men rushed in and carried off women, The Sabine men were furious and led by their king Titus Tatius, made war on Romulus.
  • When the fighting had reached its peak, the Sabine women rushed between the ranks and begged both sides to make peace.
  • Romulus and Titus Tatius ruled together over the two peoples until Titus Tatius was killed in battle. For the rest of his life Romulus ruled alone.
  • He did not die but disappeared one day in a violent storm. He hah been taken up to heaven.
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