Schools & Libraries


Libraries - Before you can build a library, you must have 500 units of papyrus in a storage yard. After the library is built, it must have papyrus on site to function. Library can store 300 units. Each time librarian leaves the library, he takes some papyrus with him. A library can serve 1,000 citizens.


Scribal schools - When a school is functioning properly, teachers walk the streets tutoring students in their homes. Every time a teacher leaves a school to find his pupils, he brings 50 units of papyrus with him so students can practice their hieroglyphs. Each scribal school can store up to 300 units of papyrus.



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