Originally Posted by Kadazzle
I had a look at the map, and I'm a little surprised at your tactics. Even though you revealed the extra clam with your warrior, what's the merit in losing all your hammers in your capital? The only hill you kept was covered in trees, meaning you'd need BW to improve it. You need hammers to get Workboats + Lighthouse to improve the clam. You're IMP - you get a settler production bonus off of hammers, not food. You're the Romans- Praets rushing is an easy way to get a couple early cities if you lag behind quickly. It just seems completely counter-productive to move AWAY from the production in this situation.
Also, your tech path needs refining. I like your start, Ag -> BW, but you should have taken time to analyze what to do next. Your capital is on the coast, whether you SIP or settle 1SW, and you have no immediate happy/military resources you can connect. You don't need pottery ATM - you're not about to whip, and you have no ideal locations for cottages, so why even research The Wheel now?
By the time you research AG -> BW, you should have had a decent amount of time to explore the land, meaning you probably uncovered the cow and the shape of your peninsula + some other islands from culture expansion + exploration (remember, I'm trying to go off the theoretical info you would've had at the time). With islands, and the only other food resource needing AH (and with no visible military resources at this time), it seems the only two tech options you have for 3rd tech that I'd choose is Sailing or Animal Husbandry. Like TMIT said, The Great Lighthouse looks excellent on this map (being familiar with map types helps as well - there is normally ALWAYS an island cluster on Terra maps, and your capital city's cultural border expansion uncovered it).
From there, it all depends on what develops throughout the game, and what you want to do. TGL + island abuse is an option. If you settle your first city near Antium to kind of counter-balance Thessalonika, then settle your second to it's west near the sugar, you should have more than enough time to block a bit more of the jungle from Cathy, and if you do that, you can easily settle 10 cities on your peninsula + the surrounding islands.
Good luck though!