Romulus and RemusEdit
The twin founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus, were abandoned at the river when they were born. Tibernius, god of the River, pitied them and washed them to safety, where they were found by the she-wolf, Lupa.
The river is currently, one of the most famous in Rome. The river marked the boundary between the land the the Etruscans to the west, the Sabines to the east and the Latins to the south.