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This one is Template Tech tree for Antiquity Theme

Based in several Strategy games and 0.A.D Colony Concept is complement to A17.

My Technology tree, is incomplete because the other part is the Official Tech Tree (A17 Release) and are missing some Special Technologies for each Faction and Civilizations because is generic have Basic Technologies for every Civilization in Ancient Time Frame (Bronze and Iron Late Antiquity)

I was posted here becasuse Im not sure if Devs are interesting in or some Modders. Can be Adapted to Medieval nd other Ages.

Civic Centre Technologies

Craftmanship Artists
Villagers construct buildings 20% faster
Phase: 3/4
Cost200 Wood, 300 Food
Research Time: 50s
Civilization(s): All
Illustration: mason and carpenterstools
Source:AOE andAOK

Local Laws / Legal Documentation
Civil Buildings cost -15% wood, Vilagers 10% Health
Phase: 2
Cost 50 food, 25 metal 25 wood
Research Time: 100s
Civilization(s): All (Local Law for Celts,Iberians and Legal for the others )
Illustration: papyrus scroll / Stonerunes
Source: RTW II

Colony Law / Provincial Law/SatrapyLaw/ King'sWill
Civil Buildings cost -15% stone, Vilagers 10% Health +2 terrtory influenceforhouses
Phase: 3
Cost 50 food, 25 metal 25 wood
Research Time: 100s
Civilization(s): All
Illustration: godess justice/ Stonerunes/ Persian Symbol/Mauryan Symbol
Source: RTW II
Needs: Local Law

Village Watch
Phase: 1
Improves Buildings +25% Line-of-Sight LOS
Research Costs: 100 Food
Research Time: 20s
Civilization(s): All
Illustration: a torch or militia walking
Source: AOEO, AOK

Town Watch
Phase: 2
Cost300 Food, 200 metal
Research Time: 50s
StatsBuilding LOS +4 except Ouposts
Civilization(s): All
Illustration: a torch or militia walking
Source: AOEO, AOK


Concil of Elders
Research -15% time +20% cost
Phase: 3
Cost 1000 Food 1000 metal
Research Time: 100 sec
Civilization(s):All

House Technologies

Tailors/ Tailoring
Village/Female Villagers HP +15 Armor+1
Phase: 2
Research Costs: 100 Food
Research Time: 10s
Civilization(s): All
Illustration: fabric or scissors
Source: Caesar 4 based

Corral Technologies



Herding Dogs
Increases Villager & Cavalry gathering rate from Animals.

+50% Speed Herding


Phase: 1
Research Costs: 150 Wood, 50 Gold
Research Time: 30s
Civilization(s): All
Needs Hunting Dogs


Illustration: dog
Source: AOM, AOE III

Farmstead Technologies
Hunting Dogs
Increases Villager gathering rate from Animals.

+10% Speed Herding
+50% Speed Hunting

Phase: 1
Research Costs: 150 Wood, 50 Gold
Research Time: 30s
Civilization(s): All

Illustration: dog
Source: Caesar 4 based


Dock Technologies

Net Lures

Improves Fising neat
+20% Gathering Rate
+25% Carry Capacity

Research Costs: 75 Wood, 50 food
Phase: 1
Research Costs:
Research Time: 30s
Civilization(s): All




Temple Technologies


Philosophy / Folklorik Inheritance/ Concillors
Reduces upgrades research time at Buildings.
-40% Research Time
Phase: 2
Research Costs: 100 Food, 200 metal
Research Time: 30 sec
Civilization(s):All

Illustration Papyre Scroll / Celtic symbol / Iberian Symbol / Indian Symbol

Statal Religion/ Natural Gods
Increaseshealer speed +20%
Phase: 2
Research Costs: 100 Food, 200 metal
Research Time: 30 sec
Civilization(s):All


Illustration Papyre Scroll / Celtic symbol / Iberian Symbol / Indian Symbol

Worship toAres/Mars/Kartikeya/Andarta/Belatucadros/Chi You/Anhur/Laran/
Cariocecus/Ishtar/Anat (War God)
Phase: 2
BuildingTemple
Cost120 metal
Stats Melee Attack, Speed, and Hit Points increased 10%
Research Time: 30 sec
Civilization(s):All Diferent names for ech one

Worship toCeres/Demeter/Baal/Damara/Osiris/Bhūmi/Anahita/Damona/Lurbira(Fertilygod)
-5 cost farm +25% Farmnig rate
Phase: 2
Cost120 metal
Research Time: 30 sec
Civilization(s):All Diferent names for ech one
Source: Caesar 3 based



Prophet/Augure/Oracle/Divine visions
+50% HP to Healer
Phase: 2
Cost120 metal
Research Time: 100 sec
Civilization(s):All
Source: EE I & aoeo

Astrology / Astronomy
temple generates 20 metal per minute
Phase: 3/4
Cost 600 metal
Research Time: 120 sec
Civilization(s):All
Source:RTW 2 & AOE I

Market Technologies

Tax Collectors
Market use bart cost reduced to 15%.
Phase: 2
Cost 300 Food 100 metal
Research Time: 60 sec
Civilization(s):All
Source:AOM

Common Weights and Measures
Improves trade 25%
Phase: 2
Cost 200 Food 200 metal
Research Time: 30 sec
Civilization(s):All
Source:RTW II


Common Currency
Improves trade 25%
Phase: 3
Cost 200 Food 200 metal
Research Time: 90 sec
Civilization(s):All
Source:RTW II

BlackSmith Technologies

Wicker Shield / Wooden Shield
InfantryUnits 10% pierce armor
Cavalry 15% pierce armor
Hero 25% pierce armor
Phase: 2
Cost150 Wood
50 metal
Time30
Civilization(s):All
Source: AOM



Bronze Shields
InfantryUnits melee10% pierce armor
Cavalry melee 15% pierce armor
Hero 25% pierce armor
Phase: 2
Cost150 metal
Time30 secs
Civilization(s):All Except (mauryans and Persians)
Source:AOM

LeatherArmor
Infantry units 20% hack armor
Cavalry units 15% hack armor
Hero units 25% hack armor
Phase: 2
Cost150 Food
Time30 secs
Civilization(s):All Except
Source:AOM, AOE I


forge
Increases melee damage for all Military units. except Elephants andSlingers

+20% Melee-Infantry Damage
+15% Melee-Cavalry Damage
Research Costs: 150 Wood, 150 Gold, 75 Stone
Research Time: 60s
Civilization(s): All





Outpost Technologies


Signal Fire
Phase: 1
double arrows for outpost
+1 range
+2 LOS Towers, Outposts, Turrets
Cost wood 100
Research Time: 10 sec
Civilization(s):All
Source:AOM


Fortress Technologies
BoilingOil

Removes the minimum firing range of defensive buildings.
Phase: 3
Cost 300 Wood 100 Food
Time 40
Research Time: 100 sec
Civilization(s):All
Source:AOM

Barracks Technologies
Physical Conditioning
Effect: Decreases Training time for all Infantry units
-20% Training time

Phase: 2
Research Costs: 150 Food, 100 Metal
Research Time: 20s
Civilization(s): All

Illustration: body muscles toned

Source: AOEO


Combined Arms
Decreases Training time for all Infantry units

-30% Training Time
Phase: 3
Research Costs: 300 Food, 200 Metal
Research Time: 40s
Civilization(s): All
Source: AOEO
Illustration: Spear and Sword


Close Combat Expertise / Martial Arts
Improves for all Infantry units
needs Physical Conditioning

+15% Health
+15% Damage
Phase: 3
Research Costs: 900 Food, 600 Metal
Research Time: 80s
Civilization(s): All
Source: AOEO
Illustration: hand and fisting pounch

Heated Shot
Ranged Infantry +20% against Buildings
Tower attack against Ships +125%, Castle +25% attack against Ships.
Phase: 3 or 4

Cost350 Food,
100 Metal
Research Time: 80s
Civilization(s): All
Source: AOK based
Illustration: arrow with fire




Bracer
Cost: 300 Food, 200 Metal
Improves Archers, Cavalry Archers, Fortress, Civic Centers, Towers, Ouposts,Ships+1 attack, +1 range
Phase: 1
Research Time: 40s
Civilization(s): All
Source: AOK based
Illustration: Bracer
Needs: Leathecraft


Mounted Training
+10% Movement Speed.
Phase: 2
Research Costs: 150 Food, 100 Gold
Research Time: 20s
Civilization(s): All
Source: AOEO

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Concept of Technology in 0 A.D:

The span of our game is not thousands of years. Technological advancement is not based on technology evolving over time, but instead we are looking at the civilizations at their pinnacle of existence. The evolution of the technologies will be contingent on the local evolution of the city growth instead. Therefore, we should make our tech requirements based on what structures are constructed, and what technologies are currently researched. This removes us from the time concept (ages).

-wiki trac

This way the technologies are elements local improvements like a Tailor a mason how provide new stuff to local settlement allowing population growth and development of the different capacities of the villagers and the military. this allows a humble farming village into a prominent metroplis of your empire.

taking this a basic concept , several technologies based on situations and human needs were taken to inspire some names of them, the collection of these was done through technological research tree like other video games.

took into consideration also cultural beliefs and the traditions that are common to all civilizations, such example is the worship of a god of war and other fertility, as well as meet the need of human beings to have laws and rulers that meet civil disputes and administer the recent colony founded territories, these abstract ideas become cultural bonus for the villagers as well as the territorial influence in a battle map.

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A list of phoenician gods

I don't think so. Maybe they had adopted some Greek influences or sychretized some beliefs but Phoenicians had a whole pantheon of their own, being Baal the most popular god and El the supreme deity (also mentioned in the Old Testament as one of the "names" of the Judaist god - though Yaveh seems to have been first a secondary divinity and not the same one). It seems that Melkart, god of the seas, was the most popular in Carthage and Gadir.

Anyhow a simple search in the Encyclopedia Mythica http://www.pantheon.org

gave me all these divinities (I deleted a few not actually related):

1. Adon

A Phoenician dying and rising god associated with crops and the seasonal agricultural cycle. Popular during the Hellenistic period, the cult of Adon rose to prominence circa 200 BCE and persisted into Christian times, circa 400 CE. Major cult centers...

2. Anat

The name Anat occurs in several forms in Ugaritic, Hebrew, Akkadian, and Egyptian. In the Ugarit V Deity List it is spelled da-na-tu to be pronounced 'Anatu'. Otherwise in Phoen�

3. Horon

The Phoenician god of the Underworld.

4. Aleyin

A Phoenician god of springs and vegetation.

5. Baal-Malage

A Phoenician (west Semitic) local tutelary god.

6. Kothar

The Phoenician god of arts and crafts and the builder of the palace of Baal.

7. Aion

The Phoenician god of time and passing of life.

8. Yamm

The Phoenician god of the sea. Yamm was the original head god of the pantheon but was driven from the role by Baal.

9. Al Ait

The Phoenician god of fire. His worshippers were called Alethai.

10. Abadir

'Mighty Father', a Phoenician name for the highest deity.

11. Baal-Qarnain

The Phoenician mountain-god, named 'lord of the two horns' after the two mountains with the same name in the Gulf of Tunis.

12. Mikal

A Phoenician god who was revered on Cyprus. He may have been a god of plague and pestilence.

13. Siga

The name of a goddess of probably Phoenician origin. She can be compared with Minerva.

14. Baal-Addir

The Phoenician god of fertility and the underworld. He is the patron deity of the city-state Byblos (near Beirut) and from there his cult spread all the way to Carthage. The Roman troops stationed in North Africa called him Jupiter Valens.

15. Baal-Samem

The chief Phoenician god, the 'lord of the sky' and master of the stars, rain and thunder. His cult was spread over Carthage, Cyprus, Syria and northern Mesopotamia. He is depicted holding a sun with seven rays in his hand and he has a (half) moon on...

16. Baal-Hammon

The chief deity of Phoenician Carthage and a fertility god. His cult spread to Malta, Sardinia and Sicily, and sacrificing children played an important role in this cult. His names means something like 'lord of the incense-altars'. The Greek equated ...

17. Melqart

The chief god of the Phoenician city of Tyre, but also venerated in Carthage and Gadir (C�diz Spain). Melqart, also called the Tyrian Baal, is connected with the sea and sea-faring and on coins he is portrayed riding on a sea-horse. Under the name

18. Astarte

The Phoenician goddess of fertility and reproduction and the principal deity of the port city of Sidon. As Astarte she was worshipped as far west as Carthage, Sicily, Sardinia and Cyprus. She was also the sister and co-consort of Baal, sharing t...

19. Dagon

Dagon was the principal deity of the Philistines, whose ancestors migrated to Palestinian shores from Crete. He was the god of fertility and crops. Dagon also figured prominently in the Philistine concepts of death and the afterlife. In addition to his ..

21. Misor

The Semitic (Phoenician) god who discovered salt.

22. Shadrapha

A Phoenician god of healing.

23. Taautos

The Phoenician precursor of the Egyptian god Thoth.

24. Saps

The Ugaritic, and later also Phoenician, sun-goddess who is called 'light of the gods'. She is similar to the Akkadian sun-god Samas.

25. Gad

A Semitic (Canaanite, Phoenician, etc.) deity who personifies good fate and fortune. This female deity protects people and places. The name means literally 'good fortune'. Gad is also a certain Nabataean god.

26. Asertu

A west-Semitic goddess who is identical to the Phoenician-Ugaritic goddess Atirat. Among the Hittites she is Aserdus, the consort of Elkunirsa.

27. Ugar

The ancient Syrian and Phoenician god of agriculture. He is also the messenger of the god Baal, together with the god Gapn. The city of Ugarit is named after him.

28. Sadrapa

The Phoenician god of healing who was worshipped in ancient Carthage. The Syrians also worshipped him, mainly in Palmyra. Sadrapa is the protective deity of small insects and snakes. His Greek name is Satrapes.

29. Rephaim

Ancient Syrian and Phoenician chthonic beings, associated with fertility and the underworld.

30. Eljon

An ancient Syrian/Phoenician sky deity. He belongs to the first generation of gods and fathered the sky god Epigeus with his wife Beruth, the mother goddess. Eljon's name is derived from alaj ('rising'). He is also known as Elioun and Eliun.

31. Baal-Gebal

The supreme goddess of the Phoenician city Byblos around 3000 BCE. Her name means 'lady of Gebal', which the city was called in those days. The ruin of the temple once dedicated to her can still be found in the village of Djebail (some 30 km. north-e...

32. Eshmun

'The holy prince'. The god of the Phoenician city of Sidon, and a god of health and healing. He was known in Tyre, Cyprus, and Carthage, but not in Ugarit. In the 5th century CE, Damascius identified him with the Greek god Asclepius. Possibly a versi...

33. Resef

The Ugaritic and Phoenician god of lightning and pestilence. His name means 'fire' or 'plague' and he spreads plagues and death. The Egyptians saw in him a god of war. He is portrayed with a shield, a club and a bolt of lightning. His symbolic animal...

34. Ashtoreth

Also Astarte or Ashtar. The supreme female divinity of the Phoenician nations, the goddess of love and fruitfulness. She symbolized the female principle, as Baal symbolized maleness. The Babylonian and Assyrian counterpart of Ashtoreth was Ishtar.

35. Clio

The Muse of historical and heroic poetry. With Pierus, the king of Macedonia, she is the mother of Hyacinth. She was credited for introducing the Phoenician alphabet into Greece. Her attribute is usually a parchment scroll or a set of tablets. ...

38. Baal

The antiquity of the worship of the god or gods of Baal extends back to the 14th century BCE among the ancient Semitic peoples, the descendants of Shem, the oldest son of Biblical Noah. Semitic is more of a linguistic classification than a racial one...

40. Beruth

Earth mother goddess of the Phoenicians. Today's Beirut is her city

41. Arsay

'She of the earth', 'daughter of ample flows'. Baal's daughter.

42. Atik

The 'calf of El', an enemy of Baal. Slain by Anat.

43. Arsh

The 'darling of the gods', a monstrous attendant of Yam, slain by Anat. Arsh lives in the sea.

44. Elsh

He is the steward (carpenter?) of El and of Baal's house. His wife is the stewardess of the goddesses.

45. Asherat

A fertility goddess and goddess of the sea of ancient Syria and Palestine. The consort of Il. Probably another variation of the goddess Ashtart.

46. Mot

The god of death and sterility, and the arch enemy of Baal. He fought Baal each year and slew his brother only to see Baal rise from the dead to rejuvenate the lands for cultivation.

47. Tarhun

The weather god of Hatti or the Hittites. The brought fertility each season by bringing rain to the dry Anatolian uplands and through this he was seen to bring authority to the king.

48. Baalat

Baalat is queen of the gods. She is associated with books, libraries, and writers. She was worshipped primarily in the city of Byblos (which is the original source of papyrus) and Byblos is what the Greeks called papyrus and, eventually, books.

49. Athirat

also Asherah, Ashtartian - 'the Lady of the Sea', Elat - 'the goddess'). El's loving consort and is protective of her seventy children who may also be known as the gracious gods, to whom she is both mother and nursemaid. Her sons, unlike Baal initial...

50. El

Leader of the gods. The first Canaanite god, El dwelt on Mount Saphon, and it was under his aegis that Baal married Anat, defeated the sea god Yam and the death lord Mot, and was installed as the divine bestower of life-giving rain. Represented as ...

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15 hours ago, Lion.Kanzen said:

Craftmanship Artists

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There is a more complete tool, but can not find it on the net, tomorrow I enclose a picture of what I use at olive grove and vineyard, I keep it in the hut up in the mountain.
It is a type bipenna ax but has a different side to dig the wood.

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