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    But, his brother, named Amulius was jealous, and overthrew and banished him. He also killed Numitor’s sons. There was still Rhea Silva, the daughter, who was not a threat to him, but if she had babies, then Amulius would be in trouble. So Amulius ordered Rhea Silva to go to the temple of Mars, so she would not have babies. But later on, Mars sneaks in and gives Rhea Silva twin boys, and named them Romulus and Remus. It did not take long for Amulius to figure out. So Amulius ordered the babies to

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    just a minute. Um, their mother was Rhea Silvia, daughter of Numitor, King of Alba Longa. Before their conception, Numitor’s brother, Amulius, had seized power, killed Numitor’s male heirs and forced Rhea Silvia to become a Vestal Virgin, sworn to chastity. Rhea Silvia conceived the twins by the God Mars or by the semi-God, Hercules. Once the twins were born, Amulius had them abandoned to die in the River Tiber. They were saved by a series of miraculous interventions. First of all, the river carried

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    became a king named Numitor. But the rightful ruler's rule was taken by force by his brother, Amulius. Amulius decided to assure that no descendants of Numitor could challenge him, so he forced Rhea Silvia, the daughter of Numitor, to become a vestal virgin. Vestal virgins tend to a sacred flame that symbolized the

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    a deposed king, Nimitor. The man who took her father's kingdom was his younger brother Amulius. Amulius forced her to become a vestal virgin (women who served the goddess Vesta and weren't allowed to have children) to make sure there was nobody who could challenge him. Rhea Silva, while she was a priestess, became pregnant with children of Mars and because she had broken her vows, was sentenced to death. Amulius being too afraid of the gods wrath, decided not to kill the mother and her twin children

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    Latium there lived a king named Numitor who was dethroned by his evil brother Amulius who also kidnapped Princess Silvia(Numitor's daughter) and locked her into the temple of "Mars". Amulius hoped that Princess Silvia wouldn't give birth to any child/ren who could reclaim the kingdom/throne.However his plan failed as she married Mars(god of war) and gave birth to twins "Romulus and Remus"(1717BC). When the evil king "Amulius " found out he sent his slave to kill the twins by throwing them into the sea

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    Remus Romulus and Remus were twin brothers, the sons of a virgin named Rhea Silvia ( also called Ilia) and the god Mars, according to legend. The grandfather, Numitor, and the great-uncle, Amulius, who between them divided the wealth and kingdom of Alba Longa, a city founded by Aeneas’ son Ascanius, but then Amulius seized Numitor’s share and became sole ruler. To prevent retaliation by offspring of

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    1. King Numitor of Alba Longa was captured by his younger brother Amulius, and sent to prison. To make sure that there would be no retaliation, Amulius murdered Numitor’s sons and forced his daughter, Rhea Silvia, to become a vestal virgin. But the god of war, Mars, became obsessed by her beauty and had his way with her while she slept. Rhea Silvia gave birth to twin boys, Romulus and Remus, as a result. Amulius in a rage, threw Rhea Silvia into the Tiber river. Servants took pity on the twins, so

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    Romulus And Remus Story

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    king of alba longa who was made a vestal virgin by amulius brother of nimitor . The god of the tiber river tibernus who carried them to a fig tree then they were found by Lupa the mother wolf and fed by a woodpecker named picus. Then the twins were found by a sheperd named Faustulus who took care off them when they grew they became shepperds like their adoptive father one day while they were herding sheep they met the shepperds of king Amulius and they started fighting and they captured Remus and

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