Update: Sorry, I was a bit tired to do this last night. T99 - 400BC Spoiler : Hannibal is now dead - I made too many axes and took his three cities and then took a Barb city in the South. I waited until both Hannibal's 3rd city (Hadrumetum) and barb city were 2 pop in order to claim them. I am now going to consolidate and build settlers. Aksum Spoiler : Was stagnated @5 a and producing Axemen and Archers. I've now got Monarchy is in and I am going to grow the city on and pump settlers and workers from here for a while. I noticed that Stonehenge was only going to take 10 turns, so I went for it to let the city grow from 5 to 7. I thought it might get to 8, but I didn't and I need workers badly now. Gondar Spoiler : Currently building the Oracle, I don't think this was the best city placement, but I went for the blue circle. Might be OK after I get CS and can make farms instead of the Cottages I build.... Wine will be improved next for Happiness Utica Spoiler : First city I captured from Hannibal. Will be decent commerce I think, once I get calendar. Carthage Spoiler : GP farm without a doubt! Will take the Northern Corn for a city that will work the Gold ore just up the coast. Currently spreading Buddhism. I may convert later and go OR. Hadrumetum Spoiler : Only recently out of revolt - deer will be improved next (worker actually on it I think) Will be a production city I think. Phoenician Spoiler : Barb City still in revolt. Everything will take ages to build here, but it has 2 food and with a lighthouse library and harbour it will be a 2nd GP farm maybe. Not sure. At least I can whip it! Overall: Spoiler : Clearly I need workers! I only made 3, one was captured and I got 2 from Hannibal I have a lot of axes atm, but there is another Barb city to the N that I am on my way to check out and I can always delete a few. No one has anything to trade, and as I am worst enemy of DG, he won't be trading for a while. DG lost a city to some barbs a few turns ago, so I might be claiming that too.... A few city sites planned out.