CanalsTo bend water to our will is a great power indeed.
Water was sacred to the ancient Celts. Rivers, wells and springs were all thought to have both medical and magical properties, and were often the sites of great sanctuaries. Perhaps the most famous of these can be found in the English spa town of Bath. The ancient Celts worshipped at its hot springs and attributed them to the goddess Sulis. After the Romans invaded, they developed the springs further, turning them into baths and building a new temple to Sulis, who they equated with their own goddess Minerva. Over 130 lead curse tablets have been discovered within the springs, and it appears that theft was a common problem even then: many of the tablets curse the unknown thieves who took property whilst its owners bathed.
Water Level 0
Dry Stone Construction
Effects-3 food (this_region)
+10% wealth from agriculture (regions_in_this_province)
+2 growth per turn (this_province)
+2 public order per turn (sanitation) (this_province)
Provides Garrison Army
No Garrison Units
No Recruitable Units