The Legend of Romulus and Remus
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Romulus and Remus were left to die on the Tiber River by their father.
The boys were found by a she-wolf. A woodpecker helped find food for them and eventually a shepherd took the boys home and raised them as his own children.
One day Remus was captured and taken to the king where he soon discovered his true identity.
The twins eventually came to the place where Rome is located today. They both liked the general area, but each wanted to place the city on a different Hill. Romulus wanted the city to be on top of Palatine Hill while Remus preferred Aventine Hill.
Romulus went ahead and started building a wall around Palatine Hill. However, Remus was jealous and began to make fun of Romulus' wall. At one point Remus jumped over the wall to show how easy it was to cross. Romulus became angry and killed Remus.
With Remus dead, Romulus continued to work on the city. He officially founded the city on April 21,753 B.C., making himself king, and naming it Rome after himself.
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