What were the Roman myths, the fantastic stories of gods and legendary figures that the Romans told their kids? Let’s take a look at these stories and their moral and civic lessons, from Aeneas and Romulus, to Tarpeia and Hercules, all of which focus on specific locations in Rome.
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