Sometime in a mythical approximate 8th century BCE, two brothers floated down the Tiber River in Italy, wailing into the hot sky. A usurper king had wanted the boys drowned, leaving their mother Rhea no choice but to swaddle her babies in a wicker basket and let them drift down current. When a passing she-wolf heard the wailing, she stopped their craft with her nose, gathered their ankles in her teeth, and laid Romulus and Remus on sun-dried grass. In …
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