Age Sanctuary Admin
posted 04-06-10 02:17 AM EDT (US)
The alpha version of The Ancient Age (TAA) is now available for download. For those of you who are unfamiliar with TAA, it is a total conversion mod for The Asian Dynasties made by Tilanus Commodor and Ca Putt. The mod introduces 5 playable ancient cultures - Carthaginians, Celts, Hellenes, Persians and Romans - of which only the Hellenes and Romans are available in the alpha release. Click the image below to begin downloading the mod.
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[This message has been edited by NerVe_Viper (edited 04-06-2010 @ 02:34 AM).]
posted 04-07-10 01:13 AM
1 / 3
Its fun - worth a download.
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posted 07-17-21 12:08 PM
3 / 3
Were any scenarios ever made for this Mod? I am guessing that the answer is No.
I found a download called "Roman Army Background info" by Egel, which he called "Helpful for the Ancient Age guys." https://aoe3.heavengames.com/downloads/showfile.php?fileid=1599
Do you know of any AOE3 scenarios made about the 1st-2nd centuries AD?
Some of the scenarios about the pre-Columbian Amerindians might be, I suppose. They could be considered to be "ancient" civilizations in the Americas.
The Zapotec are one of the Native tribes in the game.
Wikipedia's entry on the Zapotecs says:
Although several theories of the origin of the Zapotec peoples exist, including some possibly influenced in the post-conquest period, scholars largely agree the Zapotecs inhabited the Central Valley of Oaxaca as early as 500–300 BCE, during what is considered the Monte Alban I period. During this period, the Zapotecs established a significant system of governance over the population of the region. The Monte Alban periods, of which five have been categorized, lasted from 500 BCE to the time of conquest in 1521 AD. Yet archaeological evidence from the site of Monte Alban, "the first city in ancient Mesoamerica" has revealed settlement of the region as far back as 1150 BCE. Scholars have been able to correlate with the Formative, Classic, and post-Classic periods of civilization in the region within the greater Mesoamerican history through these discoveries. The Formative stage, from about 500 BCE to 200 AD of which the periods of Monte Alban I and II are attributed to, is characterized by a shift to sedentary settlements and the practice of agriculture for subsistence.
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