Roman Mythology

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Roman Mythology When you write a report on Roman Mythology, there are so many subjects you can talk about. I chose to explain about the founders of Rome and how Romans first envisioned their gods. At first, the Romans looked at their gods more as powers than as persons. The myth of Romulus and Remus is best known from its account in the work of Livy, a Roman historian of the 1st Century B.C. Romulus and Remus were twins. The twins were the sons of the god Mars and a mortal woman named Rhea Silvia. When the brothers were just babies, their great uncle set them in the Tiber River to die. The great uncle had stolen power from the twins’ grandfather and did not want the boys to survive to challenge his right to power. While in the river, a she-wolf discovered the twins. She cared for them until a shepherd found them. The shepherd and his wife took the boys in and raised them as their own children. Years later, Romulus and Remus got their grandfather back to power and in his throne. So the brothers decided to found a city of their own. However, after many arguements the brothers quarreled. Sadly, after

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