I have a request from a builder from another country. He has been contracted to build
an army road and would like you too investigate if there are any other roads can be
reference regarding how it is paved.
Martinengo in this town is also a builder and might be able to help you.
Step 1 - As Caesar famously said...:
[Athens Martinengo Estate] - talk to Martinengo
Among military roads, perhaps the most famous are the paved roads of the Roman Empire.
Caesar himseld said "All roads lead to Rome," and this road system whole-heartedly encompassed that idea. The roman roads connected a number of important cities together. I guess they run to Naples too?
Step 2 - The oldest of roads:
[Naples Archives] - talk to the Scholar
The oldest of the roman roads, the Appian Way, runs through the north of our town. It hasn't been used very much since the fall of the Roman Empire, however.
I sometimes take a stroll along it, and have to admit it is inspiring to think of all the great men who passed along it before me; Hannibal, Scipio, Caesar.
Final Step - Roads of ancient Rome:
[Naples Outskirts] - near northern Flower - Red
In the north of Naples there is a paved road that was built during the Roman Empire.
It hasn't been used much since the fall of the Empire, but it should offer some clues on building roads. After all, it was a military thoroughfare that has supported a history of war. Head north to the outskirts of Naples and see the road for yourself.