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The Imperial Market

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Year 300. Very exceptional date for whole Empire.


The Imperial market, as said before, was very exceptional festival. But nobody expected this amount of visitors.

More than 350.000 citizens, about one third of whole population of Optimia was present there at one moment.

One of the main centers of market was located just near the Optimian university, on the Quintus Scipio's square.


Men and women from whole empire traded there tons of very rare goods. Together visited market more than one million



Another part of market can be seen there, just near Trajan's colonade.


Most of Optimia's squares were crowded by market stalls and citizens, Athena's square make no exception.


Finally, there can be seen greater overview on the one of the parts of the market.


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If only there is a mod where you could get a mob of pedestrians to just randomly walk around the place... I would be in heaaaaven

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