italian bardiglio marble, alabama white marble, belgian black marble, yellow pine
58" high x 22" wide x 19" deep
THREE HILLS FOR REMUS
italian bardiglio marble,
belgian black marble
Romulus and Remus were twin sons of Mars, the god of War.
They were suckled by a she-wolf, and then as young men decided to found a city on the banks of the Tiber. Romulus killed Remus, and builds the city of Rome on seven hills. Romulus was later deified into a god, while Remus is all but forgotten.
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