Everyone's heard the story of Romulus and Remus, but there is another founding story of Rome. When Rome was under Etruscan rule, benefiting from their art, culture, and architecture, a certain nobleman's wife, Lucretia, was sexually harassed by an Etruscan prince. She was so conservative and ideally Roman in her beliefs that she committed suicide before defiling herself. Her death spurred Rome's first struggle for independence. Thoughts? Do you know any other founding myths of Rome?