Bas relief on a pilaster of the façade of the amphitheater (arch 9)
In Roman mythology, Romulus is the founder and first king of Rome. According to the legend, Romulus and his twin brother Remus are the sons of the god Mars and the vestal virgin Rhea Silva. Abandoned at birth, they were taken care of and suckled by a she-wolf.
1. Bas relief 2. Molding 3. Drawing by J. Bonnet for The History of Nîmes, L. Ménard, 1758.