Wed, 28 Sep 94 15:10:21 EDT
What is the problem with provences that have high civ levels? I thought
that the open-ended-ness of Olympia would allow for a noble to build as
big an empire as he could - both in quantity of provences controlled as
well as quality of provences controlled. If he is putting in the money
and time to build structures (occupied directly by him or not) he should
be able to benefit from the taxes and other revenue it brings him.