Stone FootingSolid building starts with firm, durable foundations.
Many of the largest Celtic settlements were constructed close to rivers. The Arevaci capital Numantia, in modern-day Spain, was constructed overlooking the River Douro. This twenty hectare settlement was inhabited from ancient times but reached the height of its prosperity in the 3rd century BC. It contained both stone and timber buildings, both built on stone foundations. Little of the settlement remains today, as the Romans destroyed it and sold its occupants into slavery.
Node SetTier 4
- -5% building construction costs (all regions)
- +1 growth in all regions per turn (all provinces)
- +4% wealth from industry (all regions)
|Requires Technologies||Tax Labour|
|Enables Technologies||Dry Stone Construction|