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Coin Maker Antony's Rome (Imperator Augustus)Antony's Rome (Imperator Augustus) Industrial Level 2

Coin Maker

"He wants Pluto on the next batch? And what will Jupiter make of that?"

Silver mining was a difficult and dangerous business. The work was left to slaves who would often die after two or three years underground from lead poisoning. However, silver was so valuable it was thought to be worth the risk and even associated with divine powers because of its reflectivity and resistance to rust. It was also known for its health benefits. Although not exactly understanding its scientific properties, the Romans knew that dropping a coin into wine would make it safer to drink. Silver coins were minted as early as 600BC by the Greeks and the silver denarius of Rome is perhaps the most recognisable coin of the ancient world.

Industrial

Suburbia
Suburbia
(rome_industry_1)
Industrial Level 0
Amphora Maker
Amphora Maker
(rome_industry_amphora_2)
Industrial Level 1
Amphora Kiln
Amphora Kiln
(rome_industry_amphora_3)
Industrial Level 2
Amphora Factory
Amphora Factory
(rome_industry_amphora_4)
Industrial Level 3
Coin Maker
Coin Maker
(rome_industry_coin_2)
Industrial Level 1
Mint
Mint
(rome_industry_coin_3)
Industrial Level 2
Tresviri Monetales
Tresviri Monetales
(rome_industry_coin_4)
Industrial Level 3
Jeweller
Jeweller
(rome_industry_jeweller_2)
Industrial Level 1
Enameller
Enameller
(rome_industry_jeweller_3)
Industrial Level 2
Goldsmith
Goldsmith
(rome_industry_jeweller_4)
Industrial Level 3
Coin Maker

Building Name

Coin Maker

Level Name

rome_industry_coin_2

Building Chain

Industrial

Building Level

2

Create Time

3

Create Cost

1500

Effects

+5% wealth from manufacturing (industry) (regions_in_this_province)
150 wealth from local commerce (this_building)
-2 public order per turn (squalor) (this_province)

Provides Garrison Army

No Garrison Units

Recruitable Units

No Recruitable Units