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Farm Antony's Rivals (Imperator Augustus)Antony's Rivals (Imperator Augustus) Agricultural Level 2

Farm

There is simple Roman honesty in a farm.

Outside of cities in the ancient world most people made a frugal living through agriculture. Major crops included cereals such as wheat and barley, fruits such as apples, plums, peaches, cherries and always olives wherever they could be grown. Most farms were family-owned businesses but as the cities grew so did demands on the available fertile land. Despite rising prices, it became difficult for small farmers to survive. Wealthy Romans bought up vast areas creating huge estates, or latifundia, to increase production. Slave labour was brought in and water was fed through irrigation ditches supplied by small reservoirs. The writer Pliny eventually complained that large-scale industrial farming ruined Italy and her provinces.

Agricultural

Villa
Villa
(rome_agriculture_1)
Agricultural Level 0
Farm
Farm
(rome_agriculture_farm_2)
Agricultural Level 1
Irrigation Ditches
Irrigation Ditches
(rome_agriculture_farm_3)
Agricultural Level 2
Latifundium
Latifundium
(rome_agriculture_farm_4)
Agricultural Level 3
Grain Pits
Grain Pits
(rome_agriculture_granary_2)
Agricultural Level 1
Grain Silos
Grain Silos
(rome_agriculture_granary_3)
Agricultural Level 2
Horreum
Horreum
(rome_agriculture_granary_4)
Agricultural Level 3
Herding Ground
Herding Ground
(rome_agriculture_herd_2)
Agricultural Level 1
Cattle Pens
Cattle Pens
(rome_agriculture_herd_3)
Agricultural Level 2
Cattle Ranch
Cattle Ranch
(rome_agriculture_herd_4)
Agricultural Level 3
Farm

Building Name

Farm

Level Name

rome_agriculture_farm_2

Building Chain

Agricultural

Building Level

2

Create Time

3

Create Cost

1200

Effects

7 food (this_region)
60 wealth from farming (agriculture) (this_building)
-1 public order per turn (squalor) (this_province)

Provides Garrison Army

No Garrison Units

Recruitable Units

No Recruitable Units