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Romulus & Remus 100
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Romulus and Remus were the direct descendants of Aeneas, whose fate-driven adventures to discover Italy are described by Virgil in The Aeneid. Romulus and Remus were related to Aeneas through their mother's father, Numitor. Numitor was a king of Alba Longa, an ancient city of Latium in central Italy, and father to Rhea Silvia. Before Romulus' and Remus' conception, Numitor's reign was usurped by Nimitor's younger brother, Amulius. Amulius inherited control over Alba Longa's treasury with which he was able to dethrone Numitor and become king

Background: Romulus and Remus are the two legendary characters that are associated with the myth regarding establishment of Roman civilization. The legend has it that they were twin brothers, born to Rhea Silvia, daughter of Numitor, who was the king of Alba Longa (present day central Italy). Numitor was deposed by his brother, Amulius and all his male heirs were killed. Silvia conceived twins (Romulus and Remus) by god of war, Mars. According to Roman mythology, they were abandoned as infants and a series of miracles helped them survive

As adults, Romulus and Remus were two natural born leaders and in a fight killed King Amulius and reinstated Nimitor as king of Alba Longa. Seeking to establish their own settlement, Romulus finally built a wall around the Palatine Hill, the location he had chosen for the founding Rome. Remus wished to start the city on the Aventine Hill, while Romulus preferred the Palatine Hill

The sculpture shows a she-wolf suckling the mythical twin founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus. They were rescued by a she-wolf who cared for them until a herdsman, Faustulus, found and raised them.

Romulus and Remus were twin brothers and, according to Roman legend, the founders of the city of Rome. While it is based in Roman mythology, there is ongoing debate over the historical basis for the story. According to the legend, Romulus and Remus were twin brothers, descendants of Greek and Latin nobility on their mother’s side. They were born in Alba Longa, to Rhea Silvia, the daughter of the former King Numitor

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Recreate the Romulus and Remus story with a storyboard! Lesson plan activities include discussing the impact of the myth on Rome and new vocabulary for students. The Romulus and Remus story is an important foundation myth for Rome. Romulus and Remus were two brothers, born of divine parentage. Their mother, Rhea Silvia, was a descendant of Aeneas, great hero of the Trojan War and son of Venus. Romulus gave his name to the city of Rome, and connects the great city with Mars, Aeneas, and Venus. Student Activities for Romulus and Remus Include: Create a Storyboard.

Romulus and Remus were then discovered by Faustulus, a shepherd of Amulius, who brought the children to his home. While Romulus was engaged in some sacrifice, some of Numitor’s shepherds attacked Remus and some of his friends and a battle broke out. Numitor's shepherds prevailed and took Remus as their prisoner. When Numitor took Remus to his home for punishment, he was amazed at the young man's stature and strength of body.


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