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Buenas , estuve trabajando en posibles edificios para Arsácidas ; ( SON BOCETOS , así que serán moldeados en breve )   ALMACÉN; BARRACAS; CENTRO CÍVICO; CA

I think Parthians and Sassanids each need their own topics.

Como no encontré un edificio modelo para crear un "Centro Cívico Arsácida" , creé uno a raíz de la antigua ciudades de "Hatra" y "Ctesifonte" ;( espero que les parezca interesante y corrijan cualquier

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Buenas ;Les traigo vocabulario ;(idioma arsácida)


 (tiene varios fallos , pero espero que sirva como base orientativa)

Unidades ;(28)

Infantería ;(4)
(Reclutados en ;"cuarteles")
1.Lancero;-------------------------------------------------(Nizagan-î Eranshahr)
2.Arquero;-------------------------------------------------(Shivatîr-î Dêhbêd)
3.Hondero;------------------------------------------------(Shûbân-î Fradâkhshânâ)
4.Escaramuzador con hacha;----------------------------(Kôfyârên-î Verkhânâ)

(Reclutados en ;"cuarteles "y "centro urbano")
1.Lancero;-------------------------------------------------(Nizagan-î Eranshahr)
2.Arquero;-------------------------------------------------(Shivatîr-î Dêhbêd)


Infantería de élite (mercenaria) ;(2)
(Reclutados en ;"Embajada ")
1.Tureóforo griego ;-------------------------------------(Parthohellenikoi Thureophoroi)
2.Infanteria romana;------------------------------------(Nizagan-î  āyīg )


Caballería;(4)
(Reclutados en ;" establos")
1.Caballería ligera (con hacha , espada...);----------(Asabaran-î Pahlavânîg)
2.Arquero a caballo;------------------------------------(Shivatîr-î Pahlavânîg)
3.Escaramuzador a caballo;----------------------------(Asabaran-î  Hauravatish)
4.Dromedario arquero;---------------------------------(Uštaran-e Shivatîr )

(Reclutados en ;" establos"y "centro urbano")
1.Caballería ligera (con hacha , espada...);-----------(Asabaran-î Pahlavânîg)


Caballería de élite;(4)
(Reclutados en ;"fortaleza ")
1.Catafracto (con lanza);--------------------------------(Pahlavân-î Grivpanvâr)
2.Arquero catafracto ;-----------------------------------(Shivatîr-î Zrêhbârân )
3.Dromedario catafracto con lanza;-------------------(Uštaran-e Zrêhbârân)
4.Comandante catafracto;------------------------------(Pushtîghbânê Shâhigân-î Pahlavânîg)


Caballería mercenaria (no de élite);(2)
(Reclutados en ;"Embajada ")
1.Caballería persa ligera (con lanza);----------------------------(Asbaran-î pārsīg )
2.Caballería árbe ligera (con espada , hacha...);---------------( Asbaran-î  Tāzīg )


Civiles;(4)
(Reclutados en ;" centro urbano")
1. Mujer;-----------------------------------------------------------(Bānūg )
(Reclutados en ;"Mercado ")
2. Comerciante;---------------------------------------------------(Wāzāragān )
(Reclutados en ;"Templo ")
3. Sacerdote;------------------------------------------------------( āsrôn)
(Reclutados en ;" Centro urbano")
4.Dromedario logístico(como el elefante Maurya);---------(Uštaran-e peškār )


Armas de asedio;(1)
(Reclutados en ;" fortaleza")
1.Ariete;-----------------------------------------------------------(warzān)


Arma de asedio (mercenaria);(1)
(Reclutados en ;"embajada ")
1.Elefante maurya (indio) ;-------------------------------------(Pīlban hindūg )


Navíos ;(3)
(Reclutados en ;" Puerto")
1.Balsa pesquera;----------------------------------------------(Makôg )
2.Navío mercante;---------------------------------------------(Kaštig-īh)
3.Navío militar ;------------------------------------------------(Kaštig ardīkkar )


Héroes ;(3)
(Reclutados en ;"Palacio")
1."Mitrídates" primero de Partia ;------------------(Mihrdāt)
2."Tirídates" primero de Partia ;---------------------(Tīridāt)
3."Arsaces" primero de Partia ;----------------------(Aršak)

 

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Estructuras ;

Edificios comunes (15);
1.Centro cívico;------------------(šahryān ābag )-/Literalmente "La casa del governador"/
2.casas;----------------------------(Kadag)
3.Almacén;------------------------(Hamābēr)
4.Alquería;------------------------(āsyab)-/Literalmente es un "Molino de agua con noria"/
5.Corral;---------------------------(Pahast )-/Literalmente es un "Aprisco"/
6.Torre de defensa ;-------------(Burg )
7.Cuartel;-------------------------(Zay ābag)-/Literalmente "Casa de las armas"/
8.Herrería;------------------------(āhangar ābag)-/Literalmente "Casa del Herrero"/
9.Templo;-------------------------(Hēbedestān)
10.Muralla;-----------------------(Dēwār) 
11.Huerto;------------------------(ābādanīh)
12.Mercado;----------------------(wāzār)
13.Puerto;------------------------(Kaštig ābag)-/Literalmente " Casa de Navíos"/
14.Fortaleza;---------------------(Drubušt )
15.Torreta de defensa;---------(Gišnag  burg)


Edificios especiales (5)
1.Maravilla ;/palacio de Ctesifonte/;-----------------------( Tisifōn  darbās)
2.Mercado ruta de la seda;-----------------------------------(Caravasar )
3.Embajada;----------------------------------------------------(Bayaspānīh)
4.Establos;------------------------------------------------------(āxwarr)
5.Palacio;--------------------------------------------------------(Darbās)

fuente; 
  http://www.rabbinics.org/pahlavi/MacKenzie-PahlDict.pdf 
 

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Importantes líderes del Imperio Parto (Para la "IA");

   Nombre                                                        Fecha                                           Original(enpahlavi)                                   

1.     (Arsaces I )                                               (247 BC -217 BC)                          (Aršak)   
2.   (Tiridates I )                                             (246 BC-217 BC )                            (Tīridāt) 
3.    (Phraates I )                                           (176 BC -171 BC)                              (Frahāt)   
4.   (Mithridates I )"the Great"                   (171 BC -132 BC)                               (Mihrdāt) 
5.   (Artabanus I)                                           (127 BC -124 BC)                             (Ardawān) 
6.  ( Gotarzes I )                                            (91 BC-87/80 BC)                            (Gōdarz)  
7.   (Orodes I )                                               (80 BC-75 BC)                                   (Wērōd)  
8.   (Surena )"General"                                (84 BC - 52 BC)                           (Rustaham Sūrēn) 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Parthian_kings 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiridates_I_of_Parthia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surena
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surena
 

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24 minutes ago, Duileoga said:

Infantería de élite (mercenaria) ;(2)
(Reclutados en ;"Embajada ")
1.Tureóforo griego ;-------------------------------------(Parthohellenikoi Thureophoroi)
2.Infanteria romana;------------------------------------(Nizagan-î  āyīg )

They have been replaced in Europa Barbarorum II (I see you took your inspiration from EB1), now the Parthians and the Seleucids have access to:

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/europabarbarorum/images/a/ab/EB2_Persian_Heavy_Spearmen.png/revision/latest?cb=20160112103704

Payadag i Kardakan / Persian Heavy Spearmen

These men have been trained and carry uniform equipment, making them more reliable than other eastern infantrymen. Equipped with thureos shields and spears, they provide a strong infantry line, which levied men would not be able to hold against organised opposition.

Historically the Hakhamanishiya had always promoted a common education, in theory open to everyone, but only the nobility could truly afford it. All of this resulted in a comprehensive system, which provided future officials and administrators, but was also integral to the preparation for military life. Split in companies of 50 youths, led generally by the noblest of them, they followed a daily routine of exercises and studies. Specifically they were trained to increase their endurance through proper breathing techniques, but also how to resist the cold, heat and rains, to cross streams while keeping their clothing and armour dry, to tend to flocks and how to live outdoors all night, eating wild fruits like pistachios, acorns and pears. Moreover these youths ate and hunted together, while after their exercises they were instructed in the planting of trees, cutting and gathering of wood or roots and the making of weapons, hunting nets and linen clothing. All of this signified a rite of passage, because during this period the youths proved that they could be admitted to the adult part of society.

Even ancient authors noted the similarities to the Spartan Agoge and especially the Krypteia, however Strabon recorded how these youths were known as Kardaka, because Karda according to him meant manly and warlike spirit. This root word however, actually described those wandering or travelling, denoting the behaviours these youths had to learn. With the shortage of Hellenic mercenaries in the late 4th century BC, the Satrapal administration extended part of this system to young men in their dependencies, in order to develop a larger pool of trained infantry. This very infrastructure later allowed Alexandros Megas to muster and train Asiatikoi in Hellenistic warfare and indeed the practice was kept alive by the Seleukidai, who improved the Kardaka even further by furnishing them thureos shields.

EB2 Akkadian Elite Infantry

Erin-mesh Uriki / Akkadian Elite Infantry

These men are the closer order infantry of the Akkadian peoples of Mesopotamia. Many of them wear some armour, helmets and light thorakes, and all carry aspides to go with their long spears. The spears give them good length when defending city walls, fending off cavalry, running down light troops, or challenging sarissa-equipped phalanxes. The Erin-mesh Uriki are drawn from the citizen rolls of Akkadian cities, and were customarily employed as guardians of cities and temples and as emergency militia during wartime.

Historically, the heyday of Akkadian arms was well past, although the monuments of Babylon, Uruk, and other places stand as testament to the Akkadians of the power their forefathers once held. The Akkadians were well-accustomed, for many years, to both pitched battle in close order formation and to skirmishes against lighter troops from the Arabian desert to the southwest and the highlands to the east. In the Persian Wars, the Akkadians were marshalled together with the Assyrians and Arameans, and even then carried concave round shields comparable to the aspis, lengthy spears, and variations of the machaira (Hdt. 7.63). Akkadians fought at Gaugamela as well under the satrap Mazaios, but soon after found themselves under Makedonian rule. Six thousand were trained by Macedonian instructors and joined Alexander's army in Bactria as pantodapoi, while others continued to serve, probably in traditional panoplies, in garrison duty roles. Babylonian tablets provide strong evidence that Akkadians continued to play limited, mainly regional military roles. Babylonian troops suffered heavy casualties against Ptolemaic phalangites in defence of their city in 245 BC due to their lighter equipment, but managed to hold a few key sectors of the city.

EB2 Iranian Spearmen

Nezagdar / Iranian Spearmen

These men represent the lower ranks of retainers to the Azads and nobles who come to the aid of the Shahanshah. They are not wealthy enough to possess their own horse, but are still able to possess enough equipment to fight as line infantry instead of as skirmishers. Armed with spear and reed shields, they can hold a line against lighter foes, but are not able to hold their own for long against more heavily armed opponents.

Most of the men in this unit are dressed in everyday clothes, including cloth jackets, pants and leather boots or shoes. Many wear a Kyrbasia, a hat with flaps which can be tied under the chin, or around the back of the neck of the wearer. Often, the flaps could be used to cover the mouth and nose, useful when in arid conditions, where dust clouds from marching would otherwise make breathing hard. Others wear simple cloth caps. Some of them wear tube and yoke armour corselets, made from leather or hardened linen, sometimes with padding added for extra protection. Their reed shields would be made from long pieces of reed on a leather base, where the reeds were fastened by being pushed through holes made in the leather. In this manner, it was possible to render impressive geometric patterns without the need for any paint or other decoration. They carry spears equipped with a ball-shaped butt, which helps to balance the weapon while fighting.

Historically, the armies of ancient Iran consisted of generally mounted noblemen, accompanied by their retinue, and levies from their lands. The more elite warriors were often funded by the nobleman himself: the rest were generally civilians who followed their local noble. Although the most prominent section of an Azad's retinue was the armoured cavalry, a larger portion was made up of less well trained and well equipped men. Those peasants and townsmen who could not afford a war horse, but were wealthy enough to purchase armour and weapons would serve as the line infantry. Men like these would have made up the majority of the armies faced by Alexandros, and still during the age of Parthian, and even Sassanian, hegemony, such men would be the mainstay of the infantry forces in Iranian armies.

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Como no encontré un edificio modelo para crear un "Centro Cívico Arsácida" , creé uno a raíz de la antigua ciudades de "Hatra" y "Ctesifonte" ;( espero que les parezca interesante y corrijan cualquier error histórico-arquitectónico) ;

 

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Las dimensiones respecto a una persona no las puse , pero mi intención sería que tuviera un tamaño similar al "Centro Cívico Romano" . Para darle más vida sería interesante ponerle alguna decoración vegetal , jarrones , alfombras ...

 

Disculpen las molestias.

 

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Since there will be more than one type of cavalry archer for the Parthians, think this should be high time to implement the camel stench aura like in Delenda Est.

Suggest that the unarmored cavalry (axeman, skirmisher, archer, and camel archer) can be recruited from the Corral, like the Xiongnu faction, while the cataphracts from the Stable (a City Phase building). The Persian Kardakes hoplite, Persian archer, and camel cataphracts from the Fortress.

Had the Parthians actually recruited Roman mercenaries? Thought Rome was one of their traditional enemies. If not, the embassy can hire a Pontic phalangite alongside the Parthohellenic theurophoros swordsman and Hindu war elephants.

Expecting at least 7 champions for the Parthian faction.

On 9/10/2020 at 11:21 AM, Duileoga said:

4.Dromendario logistico(como el elefante Maurya)

Does the Spanish mean the trader (camel) the same stats as a Maurya elephant? Or there will be elephants as mode of transporting goods?

Here is my proposed breakdown (slight modified from @Duileoga's above, and friendly for non-Spanish speakers):

City Center

  • Persian spearman
  • Parthian archer
  • Cavalry skirmisher
  • Cavalry spearman? (Town phase)
  • Camel archer?

Barracks/Training Ground

  • Persian spearman
  • Eastern hillman (axeman)
  • Parthian archer

Corral

  • Cavalry axeman
  • Cavalry spearman?
  • Cavalry skirmisher
  • Cavalry archer
  • Camel archer?

Stable

  • Cavalry spearman
  • Cavalry archer
  • Cataphract lancer
  • Cataphract archer

Embassy (or swordsman and phalangite go to Barracks in City Phase, elephant in Fortress)

  • Parthohellenic theurophoros swordsman
  • Pontic phalangite
  • Hindu war elephant

Fortress

  • Persian Kardakes hoplite
  • Persian archer?
  • Camel cataphract (lancer)

 

On 9/9/2020 at 12:30 PM, Genava55 said:

They have been replaced in Europa Barbarorum II (I see you took your inspiration from EB1), now the Parthians and the Seleucids have access to:

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/europabarbarorum/images/a/ab/EB2_Persian_Heavy_Spearmen.png/revision/latest?cb=20160112103704

Payadag i Kardakan / Persian Heavy Spearmen

EB2 Akkadian Elite Infantry

Erin-mesh Uriki / Akkadian Elite Infantry

Which one of these can be the champion spearman? There's already the Parthohellenic swordsman, so the latter will suffice.

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On 9/26/2020 at 8:25 AM, Carltonus said:

Since there will be more than one type of cavalry archer for the Parthians, think this should be high time to implement the camel stench aura like in Delenda Est.

Suggest that the unarmored cavalry (axeman, skirmisher, archer, and camel archer) can be recruited from the Corral, like the Xiongnu faction, while the cataphracts from the Stable (a City Phase building). The Persian Kardakes hoplite, Persian archer, and camel cataphracts from the Fortress.

Had the Parthians actually recruited Roman mercenaries? Thought Rome was one of their traditional enemies. If not, the embassy can hire a Pontic phalangite alongside the Parthohellenic theurophoros swordsman and Hindu war elephants.

Expecting at least 7 champions for the Parthian faction.

Does the Spanish mean the trader (camel) the same stats as a Maurya elephant? Or there will be elephants as mode of transporting goods?

Here is my proposed breakdown (slight modified from @Duileoga's above, and friendly for non-Spanish speakers):

City Center

  • Persian spearman
  • Parthian archer
  • Cavalry skirmisher
  • Cavalry spearman? (Town phase)
  • Camel archer?

Barracks/Training Ground

  • Persian spearman
  • Eastern hillman (axeman)
  • Parthian archer

Corral

  • Cavalry axeman
  • Cavalry spearman?
  • Cavalry skirmisher
  • Cavalry archer
  • Camel archer?

Stable

  • Cavalry spearman
  • Cavalry archer
  • Cataphract lancer
  • Cataphract archer

Embassy (or swordsman and phalangite go to Barracks in City Phase, elephant in Fortress)

  • Parthohellenic theurophoros swordsman
  • Pontic phalangite
  • Hindu war elephant

Fortress

  • Kardakes persa hoplita
  • ¿Arquero persa?
  • Catafrasta de camellos (lancer)

 

¿Cuál de estos puede ser el campeón de lanza? Ya está el espadachín Parthohellenic, así que este último será suficiente.

Buenas , estoy abierto a todas sugerencias , a lo relativos a cualquier cambio , buscaré las traducciones en los diccionarios .Por ahora , lo que presento son bocetos , nada cerrado ya que mucha información está traducida del persa o el árabe al inglés y luego debo buscar su traducción al español (eso lleva tiempo y de seguro algunos errores de traducción)


La idea de la caballería en el corral es interesante , ya que tanto Arsácidas y Xiongnu tienen un origen nómada . Pero creo que esa particularidad sería mejor que quedara como algo único de los Xiongnu ( es solo una idea).


Roma y Parthia eran eternos enemigos , pero claramente hubo periodos de paz y los más importante , la Ruta de la seda , que llevó al intercambio de personas y mercenarias durante siglos.Por lo que no es descabellado pensar que hubo desertores que se pararon de un bando a otro o por otros motivos etc... (pero también sería más lógico un mercenario Póntico , Armenio ... entre otras posibilidades )


Respecto a los camellos (incluir también dromedarios bactrianos) ,debería haber camellos arqueros , camellos lanceros , camellos catafractos , camello mercader (como el camello mercader Persa) y un camello de logística (como el elefante maurya) ya que se cuenta que en batallas (como la de "Carrae" )y otros usos , los Arsácidas los usaron.

 

En último lugar , voy a hacer una traducción de su modificación de la plantilla de unidades al idioma Pahlava -hablado por los Arsácidas-(que no me parece mal ) haré algún cambio después si no le molesta .

¿Podría usted desarrollar más la idea de los campeones ?, no le entendí .

 

Disculpen me las molestias y gracias por la ayuda*

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Buenas , estuve trabajando en posibles edificios para Arsácidas ;

( SON BOCETOS , así que serán moldeados en breve )

 

ALMACÉN;

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BARRACAS;

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CENTRO CÍVICO;

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CASAS;

(4 MODELOS)

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CORRAL;

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GRANJA (MOLINO DE AGUA);

(también haré un molino de viento)

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MERCADO;

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PUERTO;

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HERRERÍA;

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INSPIRADOS EN;

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(TODAS SON DIFERENTES ALDEAS , AUNQUE PAREZCAN LA MISMA)

Son casas y aldeas datadas en fechas del Imperio Arsácidas (con apenas cambios desde entonces) y por eso las tomé como ejemplo , ahora hace falta añadir elementos persas , arsácidas y alguno helenístico.

 

Disculpen las molestias *

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Decidí no hacer todos los modelos para todos los edificios , porque no sabía si iban a ser aceptados , si lo son , continuaré y moldearé , encontré ruinas para el Templo , Fortaleza y Posible Maravilla.(con sus nombres originales)

 

-Elementos a añadir ; "iwanes" , columnas , columnas empotradas , arcos , arcos ciegos , celosías , mampostería , bajo relieves , terrazas , balcones , bóvedas de cañón y escalinatas entre otras ...(dejé los edificios en blanco sólo porque no sabía si iban a ser aceptado además de que no se aplicar del todo los colores:whistling:.

 

Posdata; También tengo ideas para el aspecto de las unidades (pero tengo todavía que trabajarlos y necesitaría algo de ayuda)Aún no domino la aplicación de diseño gráfico , pero estoy aprendiendo para reflejar más los detalles:sweatdrop:.

 

Disculpen las molestias *

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Buenas , esto lo estoy haciendo con la ayuda de "Lopess" al que le agradezco su apoyo .

También con "Lopess" trabajo en  "Lusitanos" y en menor medida" Mayas del Pre-Clásico". He visto que también se están haciendo intentos con las "Tribus germánicas " por parte de otros usuarios y puedo hacer bocetos en 3d si les interesa.

Sería genial traer al 0 A.D 24 nuevas civilizaciones como se hizo con el 0 A.D 23. ...traer a Arsácidas , Yayoi , Tribus germánicas , Lusitanos , Xiongnu , Mayas del Preclásico y o Chinos "Han"... , pero no como unos Mod's  si no como civilizaciones diferenciadas e incluidas al juego como los Espartanos .

 

Disculpen las molestias y gracias por el interés*

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Hace 6 horas, Genava55 Ella dijo:

Desarrollar a los Odrysians sería muy agradable. Este es un civ menos conocido con unidades muy interesantes.

 

Buenas , me hice un lío por la imagen ¿desarrolla a los" Odrysians"  o a los "Tracios"? A los Tracios le visto que la buena reconstrucción de fortaleza , hacer un boceto en 3d . Si no hay aún un diccionario para los Tracios no me es molestia buscar  . :D

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On 9/10/2020 at 3:24 PM, Duileoga said:

Como no encontré símbolos concretos para las características del juego me inspiré en un estandarte para conseguir un posible símbolo, y creé uno ;

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 Could also use a Griffin like in EB:

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Also my understanding is that Parthian domes were rarer than in later periods and used for more important buildings.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Persian_domes#Pre-Islamic_period

 

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10 hours ago, Ultimate Aurelian said:

 Could also use a Griffin like in EB:

turmoilinphlava.jpg
 

Also my understanding is that Parthian domes were rarer than in later periods and used for more important buildings.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Persian_domes#Pre-Islamic_period

 

Buenas @Ultimate Aurelian 

Para los Arsácidas/Arsacids tenía pensado un dragón como símbolo (ya que es histórico) y a la vez se evitaría usar otro diseño de otro juego ( porque si no daría la impresión de que se le esta copiando) , pero como también hay más símbolos (estandartes y banderas) no habrá problema en poner uno.

Las cúpulas las puse porque encontré muchas referencias , arquitectura datada de esa época y evidencias de su uso en esas regiones desde tiempo antes , ya en  el Imperio Aqueménida de forma aislada y no tan aislada dependiendo de la región . Los historiadores no tienen todavía suficientes hallazgos como para definir un Arte "Partho" y creo que las cúpulas junto a otros elementos dejarían una bonita y buena impresión en esta arquitectura y la haría distinta a las demás.

Solo me he limitado a incluir elementos de las distintas corrientes de  arte de aquella época y aún no lo incluí todo .Si cometo algún error , me encanta que me lo hagan saber para quitarlo/sustituirlo/mejorarlo ...

(Si las cúpulas suponen un problema , puedo hacer otros bocetos que no las incluyan en todos los edificios o en ninguno)

 

Disculpen las molestias *

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