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POLL: Which 3,000 B.C. Armies Do You Own?


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Sumer - Jemdet Nasr
3
1%
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Old Kingdom Egyptian
9
4%
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Middle Kingdom Egyptian
10
4%
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Nubian
8
3%
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Guti
1
0%
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Sumer - Early Dynastic Period
6
2%
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Sumer - Lagash Period
5
2%
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Elam
4
2%
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Bedouin
3
1%
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Dilmun
0
0%
 
Berber/Libya
5
2%
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Hatti
6
2%
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Early Syria
7
3%
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Melukkhan India
1
0%
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Akkad
5
2%
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none
169
70%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Which armies do you own from the 2,000 to 3,000 B.C. period? Counting painted, ready-to-play armies.

(You can select up to five armies. If you own more than five, select the five largest from your collection.)

Sumer - Jemdet Nasr

The Sumerians established a nation of city-states in Sumer in the fourth millennium B.C. It is one of the earliest known historic civilizations. According to legend, the Great Flood occured during the Jemdet Nasr period (3,200 to 2,900 BC.)

Old Kingdom Egyptian

Egypt's civilization developed in the valley of the Nile over 5,000 years ago. The rival kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt were united as a centralized state around 3,200 B.C. During the Old Kingdom (3,110 - 2,258 B.C.) Egyptian culture and commerce flourished, and the great pyramids were built.

Middle Kingdom Egyptian

A period of anarchy ended around 2,000 B.C. with the establishment of the Middle Kingdom in Egypt. Civilization again flourished until 1,786 B.C., when the land fell under the rule of foreign nomads (the Hyksos).

Nubian

Ancient Nubia ruled over portions of northeastern Africa (including portions of modern Sudan and Egypt).

Guti

The Guti (Quti) were barbarian raiders originating in the Zagros highlands (Gutium) of western Iran. Their enemies said they had the intelligence of dogs and the faces of monkeys. Brought down the Akkad empire.

Sumer - Early Dynastic Period

From 2,900 to 2,450 B.C., Sumer was ruled by a succession of dynasties (Kish, Ur, Erech). Some of the kings are later mythologized (i.e., Gilgamesh).

Sumer - Lagash Period

Weakened by dynastic struggles, Sumer comes under the control of the rulers of the city-state of Lagash.

Elam

The land of Elam lay east of Mesopotamia, and the Elamites were constant sources of aggravation to Mesopotamian cultures (which regarded Elamites as thievish by nature).

Bedouin

The term "Bedouin" literally means "desert dwellers." Nomadic tribes.

Dilmun

One of the great trading empires, Dilmun was centered on the islands of Bahrain. It lay on the trade route between India and Mesopotamia.

Berber/Libya

The Berber tribes of ancient Libya. The Egyptians called the land "Libya," named after a particular Berber tribe.

Hatti

People of ancient Anatolia, later overrun by the Hittites.

Early Syria

Pre-Amorite Syria.

Melukkhan India

The "Indus River Civilization" of ancient India.

Akkad

Sargon united Mesopotamia, creating the Akkadian Empire.