The Legend of Romulus & Remus

The Legend of Romulus & Remus

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  • Hello from the other side? More like good bye!
  • WAAHH!
  • Wheek
  • She doesn't even speak english!
  • Can I be the dad?
  • Is he dead?
  • Looks alive to me
  • The man you see is dead. ---Love, Common Sense
  • No Clue.
  • Romulus and Remus were two twins. Their mother was a princess and their father was a Roman God named Mars. The current king of their home town was afraid that one of the twins would take his throne, so he put them in a basket and set them off on Tiber River to die.
  • I have an idea! Why don't we build it on Aventine Hill? It's way better than that crummy ol' hill behind you!
  • No way man, are you kidding? Palatine hill is way better than Aventine hill!
  • Romulus and Remus were then found by a female wolf. The boys saw the wolf to be their protection from wild animals. She became very close to them, until one day a sheperd found the twins and raised them as his very own children. 
  • This is totally 100% Heaven
  • Tee hee hee, he fell for my trap now didn't he?
  • Remus was soon captured by Roman's and taken to the king. Romulus went off to save his brother, but also killing the king in the process. The twins then set out and tried to find a perfect spot to build a brand new city.
  • The twins then found a place in Rome that is still standing to this day. They both were flattered by the area, but were also indecisive on which hill they wanted to choose. Remus wanted the city to be located on Aventine hill, while Romulus wanted the city to be on Palatine hill.
  • Romulus then began building the wall around Palatine Hill. However, Remus had gotten jealous and started to make fun of Romulus' wall. He then jumped over it just to show how simple it was to cut across. Romulus soon became furious and stabbed Remus.
  • After his brother's death, he began to build his city. He named it Rome after himself. The city began to grow extremely, and for 1,000 years Rome would be one of the most powerful cities on Earth.
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