1645 AD
The Wall of Eridu

The teeth of a man serve as a fence.

(Wolof proverb, Senegal)

Eridu is the key to Persia. As long as Eridu holds, no land invasion is possible from Persia. And Eridu can hold a long, long time. 

Shaka's Shield.


1675 AD

If you want something, you must work for it.
(Tupuri Proverb)

After some expense from the treasury, Eridu is a modern city just as we enter the Modern Age (1695 AD). A Marketplace will make the people happy, and is already in the building queue. 



1675 AD
Waste and Corruption

If you do not seal the holes, you will have to rebuild the walls.
(Swahili proverb)

Eridu is at the farthest point from a Palace, but it still produces eight shields. The nine commerce cover most of the fourteen gold for city maintenance. It is but a small pittance to pay for the loyalty of our valiant defenders of Eridu. .


1705 AD
People of Eridu

Eridu is composed of people from all over the world, China, Japan, Old India, Babylon and Zululand. There are some complaints about overcrowding, but at least most of the people have jobs, and everyone has access to exotic luxuries. 


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