MintCoins are far easier to carry and spend than goats, as any trader will tell you.
Examples of Celtic coins have been found in Britain dating back to the 2nd century BC. The Celts tended to mint their coins by casting gold, silver or bronze into moulds of burnt clay; each coin was then hammered between two stamps to give it its distinctive design. Just like any other rulers, Celtic leaders had coins minted with their names and faces on. Examples of these have been discovered, including coins minted for Cunobelinus, leader of the Britons, and the mighty Gaul Vercingetorix.
Node SetTier 2
- -2% corruption in your provinces
- -2% agent action costs (all characters)
- +2% tax rate
|Requires Technologies||Knowledge of the Smoke|
|Enables Technologies||Cupellation Furnace|