Rome is the capital of the Roman Empire, one of the largest states in the world. The foundation of Rome is explained by a legend. Legend has it that two twin brothers, Romulus and Remus, founded the Roman city. These brothers are the children of Mars, the war god, and Rhea Silvia. Silvia was the brother of the king of Albologna who was dethroned by his brother. He's locked up in a temple so he doesn't have children. However, Silvia becomes pregnant with Mars, the god of war. The children born thereupon are left in the river. A female wolf rescues these children and nurses them. After that, Romulus kills his brother Remus and holds the throne alone. Thus Rome was founded. The wolf emblems and statues that you can see all over the city are the wolves in this legend.
Leaving aside the legends, the city's BC. It was founded in the 8th century. The city, the golden periods BC. 5th century - M.S. He lived in the 5th century, during the Roman Empire. Many important historical buildings you will see in Rome were built during this period. The course of the history of the city is in line with the course of the Roman Empire. After the Roman Empire was divided into two groups as Western Roman and Byzantine, the period of decline began in the city. When external disasters are added to natural disasters such as plague outbreaks and earthquakes, dark periods begin for the city.