A myth is a complex cultural phenomenon that can be approached from a number of viewpoints (“Mythology”). Mythological creatures are usually developed to explain something or to give a reason why something exists. Most Gods have a supernatural power or force, which makes them a God. Some mythological heroes are known as divinities, for the great things they have done. Romulus and Remus are two of the most well known mythological divinities, they were born
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fought with one another, and generally behaved like their human worshipers (Littleton 813). The people of Rome made up these creatures to give them answers but at the same time they gave the world one more great story. Romulus and Remus were strong heroes who built a great divinity out of nothing. In conclusion, Romulus and Remus were great names in mythology, were abandoned at birth and were the creators of the great city of Rome.