King Amulius ordered his servant to throw the twins Remus and Romulus in the river while their mother was thrown away in prison.
No! Please don't take my babies I beg of you! Nooooooo!
Take them away immediately!
The servant showed mercy on the babies and safely places the twins in a basket to float down the river hoping that the river God Tiberinus calms the waters.
Be safe little ones.
The twins were found by a she-wolf who nurtured them as their mother could no longer do, and was later taken in by a shepherd who found them with the she-wolf in the cave.
The shepherd Faustulus then raised Remus and Romulus as shepherds along with his wife Acca.
Look at our sons they've grown up to be just like me Acca.
One day the boys get into an arguement with shepherds of King Amulius they take Remus and attempt to imprison, but than Romulus comes and rescues his brother resulting in the death of King Amulius.
I'm coming for you brother!
After Romulus and Remus returned back home they decided to build a city. While Romulus wanted to to build on Palatine hill Remus wanted it on Aventine hill. Romulus had already begin to build a wall and Remus began to belittle his wall and pushed Romulus to the edge killing his own brother.