Earth WorksAn enemy should break on ramparts like waves on the shore.
The ancient Celts created a wide variety of earthworks to aid the defence of their territory. Some, like hill forts, were used to improve the defences of a settlement and could cover an area of nineteen hectares. Mounds and long barrows, on the other hand, were much smaller and used specifically for burials. The purpose of some earthworks, like henges and stone circles, remains mysterious even today, although it is widely believed that had a religious, ritual purpose.
Node SetTier 1
- -3% building construction costs (all regions)
- +1 growth in all provinces per turn (all provinces)
- -2% provincial capital and minor settlement main chain construction costs (all regions)
|Requires Technologies||Sheep Husbandry|
|Enables Technologies||Under Floor Drainage Raised Site|