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Romulus and Remus: The True Story
Rome traces its heritage to a pair of twins: Romulus and Remus.
According to legend, their grandfather Numitor ruled the area.
His brother Amulius, however, deposed him as king and ran him out of town.
In order to prevent a rightful heir to the throne, he forced Numitors daughter, Rhea Silva, to become a Vestal Virgin.
Although she was a Vestal Virgin (a priestess), she allegedly had an encounter with Mars, the god of war.
Because their mother, Rhea Silva, had broken her vow of chastity, she was executed after giving birth to the twins.
The two boys were then left by the river in a basket where a wolf nursed them.
Eventually, a shepherd found the two boys and raised them as his sons.
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