Who owns the names Numitor, Amulius, Rhea Sylvia, Romulus, Remus? What is known about them from the legend of the founding of Rome?

Numitor is the king of the Latin city of Alba Longa. He was overthrown by his own younger brother.
Amulius is Numitor’s younger brother who seized power. He forcibly made the daughter of the deposed king Numitor Rhea Sylvia a vestal – a priestess of the goddess of fire and the hearth of Vesta.
Rhea Sylvia is the daughter of Numitor, who, according to legend, gave birth to twins Romulus and Remus. She claimed that the father of the boys was the god of war Mars himself.
Romulus and Remus are the legendary founders of Rome. After birth, at the behest of Amulius, they were to be drowned, but miraculously the basket with the babies did not drown, falling into shallow water and catching on a branch. According to legend, Romulus and Remus were fed by a she-wolf, found and raised by the shepherd Faustul. Growing up, Romulus and Remus returned power over their hometown to their grandfather, King Numitor, and they themselves decided to found a new community. Not agreeing on a place for the city and on the division of power, the brothers quarreled. As a result, Romulus killed Remus. After that, Romulus founded a city named after him by Rome, and became its first king.

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