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Romulus and Remus
Romulus and Remus
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Romulus and Remus's Police Reports
Numitor vs. Amulius
Case Description: Complainant (Numitor) accuses Defendant (Amulius) of theft and murder. When his brother, Amuluis, stole the throne of Alba Longa and killed Numitor's male heirs, Numitor was none...
Amulius vs. Rhea Sylvia
Case Description: Complainant (Amulius) accuses Defendant (Rhea Sylvia) of breaking her vows of chastity. When Amulius took Alba Longa from his brother Numitor, he forced his niece, Rhea Sylvia, to...
Romulus and Remus Commend Their Forest Friends
Case Description: Romulus and Remus commend the she-wolf who suckled them in the wilderness when they were lost little babies. They also give a special shout-out to the woodpecker that brought them...
Romulus and Remus vs. Amulius
Case Description: Complainant (Romulus) accuses Defendant (Amulius) of theft and murder. Once Romulus and Remus grew to manhood, they decided to set things right in Alba Longa.Case Status: Case clo...
Remus vs. Romulus
Case Description: Complainant (Remus) accuses Defendant (Romulus) of murder. The brothers decided to found a city of their own, but couldn't agree which hill to build it on. When Remus mocked his b...
The Sabines vs. the Romans
Case Description: Complainant (The Sabines) accuses Defendants (the Romans) of kidnapping and rape. Early Rome was short on women, so Romulus invited the neighboring tribe, the Sabines, over for so...
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