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Delve into the fascinating story of Romulus, the legendary founder of Rome. Uncover the myths, history, and significance of this iconic figure in ancient Roman culture.
A painting of Romulus and Remus as adults and near the end of the foundation myth, as Romulus begins to draw his sword to strike down his brother in order to become the ruler of Rome. As Roma, Romulus Et Remus, Nicolas Vanier, Terra Nova, Italy History, Rome Antique, Greek Pantheon, Roman Gods, History Images

The best pictures of Romulus and Remus illustrate the passionate nature of the twin brothers who founded Rome. The first picture shows Romulus hurling a spear at Remus which kills him. Romulus kills Remus by Severino Baraldi The second picture shows Romulus about to kill Remus after their quarrel while overseeing the foundations of Rome. […]

Cari Bean
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According to mythology, the twin brothers Romulus and Remus were fathered by Mars, the god of war, but cast into the Tiber River after birth in 771 BC. They were rescued and suckled by a she-wolf, fed by a woodpecker and raised by a shepherd. In 753 BC, they quarreled and Remus was killed. Romulus […]

Kathleen Guy
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Romulus Augustus, often referred to as the last Western Roman Emperor, remains an enigmatic figure in the annals of history. Ascending to the throne at a time when the once-mighty Roman Empire was crumbling under the weight of internal strife and external invasions, his brief reign marked the end of

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