Constantium is a small yet important town in the heart of Sicily. It boasts a substantial inn/brothel, a weapons shop, and armor shop, and a small merchant's district selling assorted travel goods, household supplies, and food. The population is 93, but it produces some of the highest-quality barley on the island, and so is a renowned exporter of beer-quality grain. Romae once brewed an exclusive beer using only Constantium grain, and the local inn micro-brews a pair of highly regarded beers which are exported at exorbitant markups.

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