Romulus and Remus, traditionally the twin brothers, sons of Rhea Silva and the God Mars, founded Rome as the myth goes, today on 21st April, 753 B.C. One of the most historically important cities of the world and the capital of one of the most dominant empire of modern times, ‘Roma’ was said to be built after Romulus killed Remus over an argument over the place of the new city and ultimately founded it on Palatine Hill with mostly landless refugees, most of whom were unmarried males. The women were ‘abducted’ from the neighbouring Sabines. Romulus’s inspired leadership together with a favour from the divine helped Rome into becoming a dominant force.