New: Bronze Age Early Levy Troops

More reinforcements for Sumerian armies are out today – Early Levy Archers, Slingers and Javelinmen.

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Settled or Nomadic Skirmisher Archers of the City-States of early Sumer and Syria. These figures are armed with a bow, and are dressed simply in a kilt made from felt, wool or leather. The archers of the early city-states of Makkan and Dilmun, on the eastern Arabian seaboard, would also have dressed similarly in the Early Bronze Age.

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Slingers levied into the regular armies of the Early Bronze Age City-States of Mesopotamia. These figures are armed with a sling and dagger, and are dressed simply in a kilt made from felt, wool or leather.

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Settled or Nomadic Javelin Skirmishers of the City-States of early Sumer and Syria. These figures are armed with a Javelins, and are dressed simply in a kilt made from felt, wool or leather.

The Sumerians referred to such levy troops as ‘Nim’ or flies which was also the term used to describe the people from both the lowland and highland states of Elam. As such, all of these figures are particularly suitable for Early Bronze Age Elamite armies, as well as all other all armies of the Early Bronze Age.