Amulis and his brother, Numitor. Numitor at the time was a great king, until his brother, Amulis, kicked him off the throne.
Amulis then stole Numitor's sister, Rhea Silvia, and locked her away in a tower to secure his rule.
When Amulis found out about the twins, he threw them into the Tiber river!
Mars, the god of war, came down to Rhea Silvia , and together they had two twin boys, Romuls and Remnus.
The Origin of Rome!
The boys were saved by a shewolf, and then raised by a sheperd. It wasn't long into their adult life when they learned that their right to throne had been stolen. They headed off to town, and killed their uncle.
After reclaiming their heritage the boys fought over which hill to build their city on, Aventine hill or Palentine hill. Romuleus and Remus built each of their cities on seperate hills with walls surrounding their outer edge. Remeus hoped over Romules' walls and taunted him, and as a result, Romuleus killed his brother.
Romuleus builds his city, and later names it Rome!