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The Story of Romulus & Remus.

Huntingdon, England

Long, Long ago there lived a king called Numitor and he had a daughter called Princess Rhea. Princess Rhea Silvia was having twin boys and the father was called Mars. Numitor remembered Rhea Silvia was a Priestess and Priestess are not allowed to be pregnant so she will be Buried alive.
"What about the babies" Said Mars.
"Oh what a shame" Said Numitor.

When the twins arrived they were Called Remus and Romulus and they got pushed down the river and Remus & Romulus started to cry, Suddenly a She-wolf came and wondered what that HORRIFYING noise was. So the She-wolf noticed the babies a took them to her cave.

Romulus & Remus started to argue about who should be in charge. So Romulus smashed a Boulder-(Giant Rock) on Remuses head and he dies. Finally Romulus became king and called it Rome, So he named it after his self.

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