Romulus and Remus were twin brothers and are said to have founded Rome in 753 B.C.E. This picture represents the story told for generations about a pair of twins who were nursed by a wolf until found by a herder.
Undley Bracteate (c 450-480) Gold with runic writing. This medallion (bracteate) was made in or near southern Denmark, but found by a farmer in Suffolk in 1982. Archaeologists believe that it was brought to England by some of the earliest Germanic-speaking settlers. The bracteate depicts a helmeted head, a she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus, and an inscription written using runes. It bears the earliest known inscription that can be argued to be in Anglo-Frisian Futhorc/Old English.