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Antakya - regional overview
« on: 01 February, 2020, 11:49:15 AM »


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For a long time Antioch has been the second city of the Roman Empire, due to its size and importance for trade, faith and worship and from a strategic point of view.
The region is favorable for growing linen and cotton, because it is unusually rainy.
In order to exploit the saltern, workers need a pickaxe and should have good strength and constitution.
Please see the wiki for details.
Byzantium: glory, commitment, burden

"It was the eternal scene of mankind - the minions of violence, the victim and forever the third, the spectator, who does not raise his hands, does not defend the victim, does not try to free him, because he fears for his own savety and whose own savety is therefore threatened forever." Remarque

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Re: Antakya - regional overview
« Reply #1 on: 01 February, 2020, 11:50:09 AM »
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Byzantium: glory, commitment, burden

"It was the eternal scene of mankind - the minions of violence, the victim and forever the third, the spectator, who does not raise his hands, does not defend the victim, does not try to free him, because he fears for his own savety and whose own savety is therefore threatened forever." Remarque

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Re: Antakya - regional overview
« Reply #2 on: 01 February, 2020, 02:48:27 PM »
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the theme of Antiochia
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Byzantium: glory, commitment, burden

"It was the eternal scene of mankind - the minions of violence, the victim and forever the third, the spectator, who does not raise his hands, does not defend the victim, does not try to free him, because he fears for his own savety and whose own savety is therefore threatened forever." Remarque