Romulus and Remus in Wikipedia

Romulus and Remus are Rome's twin founders in its traditional foundation myth. They are descendants of the Trojan prince and refugee Aeneas, and are fathered by the god Mars or the demi- god Hercules on a royal Vestal Virgin, Rhea Silvia (also known as Ilia), whose uncle exposes them to die in the wild. They are found by a she-wolf who suckles and cares for them. The twins are eventually restored to their regal birthright, acquire many followers and decide to found a new city...

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Remus in Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology

the twin brother of Romulus. [See ROMULUS.] - A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology, William Smith, Ed.

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