23_1 Legends of Early Rome

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Chapter Twenty-Three Lecture One Legends of Early Rome
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Legends of Early Rome Venus the mother of Aeneas, the ancestor of the Roman people But Mars also was a progenitor Through Romulus and Remus Presided over war, a constant companion of Rome
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Legends of the Roman Monarchy Romulus and Remus
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Romulus and Remus Aeneas founds Lavinium (about 1200 BC) Iulus, his son, founds Alba Longa There follows a secession of kings 450 Romulus and Remus found Rome (about 750 BC) Recounted up by the historian Livy ( Ab Urbe Condita )
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Romulus and Remus King Proca Sons: Numitor and Amulius Numitor, the heir, driven into exile by brother Amulius kills all Numitor’s sons and forces his daughter, Rhea Silvia, to become a Vestal virgin
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Romulus and Remus Rhea Silva gives birth to twins by Mars, she said She’s imprisoned and the boys thrown into the Tiber in a basket Ficus Ruminalis Romular The she-wolf Faustulus
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