Who drinks milk from the wolf in Rome/ Romulus and Remus?
Romulus and Remus, are the amazing organizers behind Rome. Generally, they were the children of Rhea Silvia, the little girl of Numitor, lord of Alba Longa.
Lupo Capitolina ( the wolf in Rome )
King Numitor is dethroned by his brother Amulius. At this time, these two grandsons named Romulus (Romulus) and Remus (Remus) were thrown into the river Bisbari in Rome. But these two children are saved by this wolf bee and they raise their own milk. Romulus and Remus are mentioned as the two who started the mighty Rome in the legends.
The first idol is said to be older than the 15th century. It can still be seen at the Museo Capitolini in Rome. It is made of bronze. But in addition to this, many replicas can be seen all over Rome. You can see this statue made of marble while crossing the Ponte Flaminio, which runs over the Batarian River through the Corso Francia.
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