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    I like EB a lot, but I feel there is one important point overlooked. The camel cavalry that was avaible in Vanilla. I especially found this annoying with the saba. They were surrounded by bedouin tribes that used camels extensively. The bedouins were independent, but they did often fight for the sedentary arabians. Now I know camels were a bit overpowered in vanilla (I mean I've actually sent cataphracts running with a bedouin charge) but for arabians not to be able to use camels as a military unit just isn't right in my opinion. trained war Camels, are still highly frightening though. they won't shy away from battle and can kick and bite (and a camel bite can break a fully grown man's arm) Horses don;t like them either. And they were after all the beast of choice for the bedouins (as pack animals, or for camel races, or for battle). Not only would this give the saba a bit more versatility, but it would be in character too. Are we going to find them in 1.1? (african bedouins used them as well, so pehaps, some of the sahara bordering provinces could well have them)
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    Oh man!!!!
    I am gonna get some popcorn and a few beers and enjoy this man' s slow and painful death by the angry mob that will follow!
    Send him to the arena and let him be stamped under the hoofs of LS wearing camels

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    The camels were mainly used for carrying baggage and supplies rather than as war mounts.
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    I've always wondered why the camels were missing, same with the lorica segementa armor... and where are the ninja arcani guys?
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    Heh.

    No offence, but it seems this topics keeps cropping up again and again, just like the Lorica Segmentata topic, and the Gaesatae one, and some others I can't remember right now.

    And the EB team's answer is always the same - in a nutshell, there are no records of camels being used extensively for warfare in the EB time period. And it doesn't seem it was practical to use them for that purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strategos alexandros
    The camels were mainly used for carrying baggage and supplies rather than as war mounts.
    What he said, sure there were a few camel riders in battle, but they were far too rare to make into a unit.
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    Oh my God. Is this the first this month?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Aurelius
    Oh my God. Is this the first this month?
    No, it is the last hopefully.
    But there are a bunch of guys waiting to post the first one for April. Whoever manages to be the first gets a baloon.

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    It's a pity there aren't any mod-specific smilies available. Imagine a camel smilie or a Gaesatae smilie...
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    Well... he's only wearing a helmet.

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    There's never been a mention of camels used as warmounts in historical sources until the Arab conquest in the 7th century.

    However Herodutus mentions camels as the savoiur of Darius the First's invasion of the Scythians c.512 BC. Under attack from the tribemen, he ordered the camels used for supplying his troops to be placed at the point of attack. The unusual smell froced the Scythian horses to lose their composure and save his failed plan.

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    TSSSk. Why be so sarcastic about it. Probably the main reason why there are no such records is the fact that it was mainly bedouins who used them. them being nomads who used them for pretty much everything. I'm sure the arabian sedentary cultures as such didn't really use them as such. Of the sedentary arabians we know not a lot, and from those cultures we know the northern arabians (the nabateans for example) the best. Of pre islamic southern arabian culture very little is known, at all, due to lack of sources. Same goes for the bedouins. The fact that we do not know any sources that say anything about this, is not very relevant here, since there is so much more we do not know about the saba culture, than that we do know of it. There is for example, little to nothing known about wars whithin southern arabia. What we know about southern Arabia is what cultures that surrounding them. And unfortunately neither the Greeks nor, preceding them the persians had much interest in internal arabian squables. IMO it would not be ahistorical at all to admit camels in certain regions. It would be speculation, yes, but it would be very plausible IMO that nomadic tribes, who were later reknown for the very fact that they rode camels, would ride camels to war in these times. Especially since the bedouins left next to no evidence of the fact that they were even there. Their history was oral, and them being nomad meant they would not have left very many significant traces from an archeological point of view.

    Perhaps instead of shooting me down, you could wonder, would not camels give the saba more character, versatility. And since we no so little of the saba to begin with it might even be perfectly accurate as well. Of course there are next to no mentions of camels in battle. Historically the saba never ruled territory directly threathening the main powers of the period. Historically they were confined to southern Arabia and ethiopia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fallen851
    I've always wondered why the camels were missing, same with the lorica segementa armor... and where are the ninja arcani guys?
    Not sure if this is a serious question but I'll give it a serious awnser anyway:
    camels were mainly used to ride to battle, or to carry bagage. However in EB's timeframe they were only used very rarely in battle. Most of the time it was a (failed) experiment.

    LS dates mostly from after our timeframe. Though LS was used very rarely at the end of the time-frame. LS however never was the most common type of body armor.

    The Arcani? Well you call them ninja's themselves. Rome never had any ninja like units. Nor did ninja's themselves ever take part of battles. Arcani never even existed. The Arcani are probably meant to be Areani. Spelling mistake aside, the Areani weren't ninja's either. They were roman agents who scouted for enemy armies or did some spy work IIRC.
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    and the monthly camel thread is here!
    I'm still waiting the slingers one, hurry up guys!
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    How about this? There are not more slot spaces. Here

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    I'm not going away until someone gives me a really GOOD argument. The fact that they are not in historical sources, is only a good argument for the northern arabians. Lack of written evidence doesn't mean it wasn't there. Especially with the saba. Southern Arabia was too far away for the persians and the greeks. they only went there to trade, there were no military expeditions into the south of the arabian peninsula. My point is that those people who might have used camels for battle tend to be nomadic, and live in very inhospitable territories no-one but them is interested in anyway. They were not interesting enough to write much about, and writing wasn't exactly a top priority for those that lived in the desert. The northern and southern arabians might have been kin, but culturally and linguistically they were very different. The southern arabians spoke another language (though both were semitic languages) Northern Arabians were also far moer heavily inflyenced by those who lived around them. For large parts of the time they were under the rule of a different people, and when they did have independent kingdoms, they either did not last very long, or were vassals to the dominant powers of the middle east (in this case the ptollies and the seleukids) . Southern Arabia on the other hand was an isolated mercantile powerhouse. They shipped goods from India, and traded them up and down the red sea, or shipped them across the deserts in caravans. The region had natural resources in the form of frankincense and other aromatics as well. They had contact through trade with the dominant cultures of the time, but it was limited to trade over large distances. Though the southern Arabians did write, most of this writing has been utterly lost because they did not have durable things to write on (they wrote on dried palm leaves for example) and only tiny fragments of those texts remain. Camel cavalry could well have been used there. As I said before the saba historically never went further then southern Arabia and ethiopia, so no one would have known much abot their military either. They might well have used Camels in battle without anyone else knowing (or really caring for that matter) once you get out of the south of Arabia and Africa, you are already being ahistorical, so why not let them have camels. It is plausible they used them, and it would make them even more fun to play with.

    Camel cavalry need not be abundant in any case, since it would be bedouins fighting for the saba, so maybe only a few arabian province (and perhaps a few african ones as well) have them, because those provinces have a larger amount of bedouins living in the territory, this would make perfect sense I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Respenus
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    weak. The saba have one or two units that could well be substituted for them.
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    Which ones?
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    Quote Originally Posted by strategos alexandros
    Which ones?
    The archer spearmen or the red sea light infantry units. both are very decent units, but especially the archer-spearmen unit (which is supposed to be a bedouin unit at any rate) seems to be a prime suspect.
    or the arabian light cavalry, They are supposed to be bedouins too, and though I'm sure they probably had horses, these were a luxury item, since a horse, though very useful, is not nearly as well adapted to the desert life as a Camel and needs far more water, which is a scarce commodity in the desert, and therefore valuable. To get a large band of horseman in the field, a bedouin tribe needs to be very powerfull, as the resources needed to maintain such a number of horses would be very significant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reality=Chaos
    weak. The saba have one or two units that could well be substituted for them.
    Swapping units that have historical evidence for a unit that has no historical basis except for speculation? Likely...


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    The two slots taken up by the fantasy giant hammer wielding Gaels and British No-dachi Kensei could be made available for fantasy camel units. Oops, I'm being naughty again...
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    GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admetos
    Swapping units that have historical evidence for a unit that has no historical basis except for speculation? Likely...
    All history is based on speculation. ALL of it. I do not see anything wrong with speculating about a culture like the one in southern Arabia. Most things we know of that area has either come from archeological digs (and those not very often) and, well... speculation. And the things we do know are far and few between. If I were talikng about a culture that would be half as well documented as the southern arabian culture I would stop this argument right here and now. Discarding something because it's not in any source from the region, whilst knowing that there are next to no sources to use is ridiculous historically speaking. All you can say is, that you don't know if it was there, because there is too little known about the region. And it is especially because of this that it could be done easily and without changing the game too much, or be too ahistorical. once you go beyond your homeland territories and Africa, the whole Saba faction becomes ahistorical instantly, and I don't hear too many moans about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hax
    GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

    *cries himself to bed*
    Hax at his intellectual best.

    EDIT: @Reality=Chaos: If there was a strong chance that camels were used in warfare, I'm 99.9% sure they'd be included. I'm sure a member of the EB team can allaborate more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elmetiacos
    The two slots taken up by the fantasy giant hammer wielding Gaels and British No-dachi Kensei could be made available for fantasy camel units. Oops, I'm being naughty again...
    Damn. I'm really dissapointed in a lot of you people. This has nothing to do with fantasy. In which case the whole saba faction shouldn't really exist. The Saba'yn never were a player in this timeframe anyway. It's also one of the hardest factions to actually know things about. What I am saying COULD very well be hsitorical truth. Truth is; way too little is known about the saba, for it to be an accurate faction anyway. so what's the problem with actually making an educated guess as to how it might have been. I DO NOT want an uberpowerful Camel unit, and this is not about wanting that, this is about giving the saba more flavour.
    This is how it could be. A camel unit is just as susceptible to spearmen, it is slightly slower than regular cavalry, they would however scare horses. They could be light cavalry for all I care. They would add an interesting twist to the saba unit roster. Alternately they could be a regional unit that is only avaible in a few (this should be rare) provinces. Mainly in southern Arabia, and the sahara region. Not all desert provinces need have them either. Some of those provinces might for example be dominated by a sedentary population, which keeps the bedouins away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reality=Chaos
    This has nothing to do with fantasy. In which case the whole saba faction shouldn't really exist.
    Saba are a fantasy faction? You learn something new everyday...

    If you really think that camels were used in battle, then you're going to have to come up with sources to prove your claim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynchius
    There's never been a mention of camels used as warmounts in historical sources until the Arab conquest in the 7th century.
    This is wrong. Livy explicitly mentions Nabataean archers riding dromedary camels in the battle of Magnesia in 190 BC.

    Of pre islamic southern arabian culture very little is known, at all, due to lack of sources. Same goes for the bedouins. The fact that we do not know any sources that say anything about this, is not very relevant here, since there is so much more we do not know about the saba culture, than that we do know of it. There is for example, little to nothing known about wars whithin southern arabia.

    What we know about southern Arabia is what cultures that surrounding them. And unfortunately neither the Greeks nor, preceding them the persians had much interest in internal arabian squables.
    This is a bizarre statement to make, considering that we actually have a sizeable corpus of information from pre-Islamic southern Arabia, including accounts of warfare. We may have extremely limited historiographical sources related to pre-Islamic southern Arabia, but the epigraphical and lyric sources we have are quite extensive. To say that there is "little to nothing known about wars within southern Arabia," let alone "what we know about southern Arabia is what cultures surrounded them" is ridiculous.

    IMO it would not be ahistorical at all to admit camels in certain regions. It would be speculation, yes, but it would be very plausible IMO that nomadic tribes, who were later reknown for the very fact that they rode camels, would ride camels to war in these times. Especially since the bedouins left next to no evidence of the fact that they were even there. Their history was oral, and them being nomad meant they would not have left very many significant traces from an archeological point of view.
    We in fact know quite a bit about pre-Islamic Arabian warfare due to epigraphy relating to war and a rich lyric tradition which often celebrated the heroic achievements of warriors. We know from late pre-Islamic poetry that the camel was only used in warfare in tandem with cavalrymen, and it is no surprise therefore that we find a depiction of a cavalryman with an unarmed camelrider fighting with an infantryman with a shield on a 3rd or 2nd C. BC bowl from Mleiha. Taken directly from D.T. Potts' article "Some issues in the study of the pre-Islamic weaponry of southeastern Arabia:"

    As Rehatsek
    noted over a century ago, 'warriors were
    so careful to fight with horses unexhausted
    by fatigue that each man rode on a
    camel ... and led the horse which he was to
    ride in the battle, without any load by his
    side ... whilst even the saddle was placed on
    the camels, so that the horse should arrive
    quite unfatigued on the battlefield' (Rehatsek, Notes on some old arms: 229. Cf. Macdonald
    MCA. Was the Nabataean Kingdom a
    “Bedouin State”? ZDPV 107 1991: 103.).
    In South Arabia 'rkbt/'frs'm "persons
    mounted on horses"' (Beeston AFL. Warfare in ancient South Arabia.
    London: Qahtan: Studies in old South Arabian
    Epigraphy, 3: 1976: 11.), were distinguished
    from "s'd/rkb "mounted warriors",
    who are clearly. .. different from cavalry,
    [and] we must infer that they were
    mounted on camels' (Beeston, Warfare: 12.). These, however,
    were mounted infantry who simply rode to
    battle on camelback, dismounting before
    they engaged in combat.
    Perhaps instead of shooting me down, you could wonder, would not camels give the saba more character, versatility. And since we no so little of the saba to begin with it might even be perfectly accurate as well. Of course there are next to no mentions of camels in battle. Historically the saba never ruled territory directly threathening the main powers of the period. Historically they were confined to southern Arabia and ethiopia.
    Simply put, your impression of ancient Arabia and its archaeology is inaccurate. The EB Sabaeans have drawn from a lot of direct archaeological evidence which is not at all insignificant in relating to this culture in the last centuries BC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reality=Chaos
    I'm not going away until someone gives me a really GOOD argument. The fact that they are not in historical sources, is only a good argument for the northern arabians. Lack of written evidence doesn't mean it wasn't there. Especially with the saba. Southern Arabia was too far away for the persians and the greeks. they only went there to trade, there were no military expeditions into the south of the arabian peninsula. My point is that those people who might have used camels for battle tend to be nomadic, and live in very inhospitable territories no-one but them is interested in anyway. They were not interesting enough to write much about, and writing wasn't exactly a top priority for those that lived in the desert. The northern and southern arabians might have been kin, but culturally and linguistically they were very different. The southern arabians spoke another language (though both were semitic languages) Northern Arabians were also far moer heavily inflyenced by those who lived around them. For large parts of the time they were under the rule of a different people, and when they did have independent kingdoms, they either did not last very long, or were vassals to the dominant powers of the middle east (in this case the ptollies and the seleukids) . Southern Arabia on the other hand was an isolated mercantile powerhouse. They shipped goods from India, and traded them up and down the red sea, or shipped them across the deserts in caravans. The region had natural resources in the form of frankincense and other aromatics as well. They had contact through trade with the dominant cultures of the time, but it was limited to trade over large distances. Though the southern Arabians did write, most of this writing has been utterly lost because they did not have durable things to write on (they wrote on dried palm leaves for example) and only tiny fragments of those texts remain. Camel cavalry could well have been used there. As I said before the saba historically never went further then southern Arabia and ethiopia, so no one would have known much abot their military either. They might well have used Camels in battle without anyone else knowing (or really caring for that matter) once you get out of the south of Arabia and Africa, you are already being ahistorical, so why not let them have camels. It is plausible they used them, and it would make them even more fun to play with.

    Camel cavalry need not be abundant in any case, since it would be bedouins fighting for the saba, so maybe only a few arabian province (and perhaps a few african ones as well) have them, because those provinces have a larger amount of bedouins living in the territory, this would make perfect sense I think.
    I'll give you a good argument. This mod belongs to the people who made it possible, and if they don't want to put in camels (or LS, flaming pigs, or a map to China) it's their right. If you want camels I suggest you either make them yourself or find a mod that has them. Because it looks like they will never find their way into EB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeinPanzer
    This is wrong. Livy explicitly mentions Nabataean archers riding dromedary camels in the battle of Magnesia in 190 BC.



    This is a bizarre statement to make, considering that we actually have a sizeable corpus of information from pre-Islamic southern Arabia, including accounts of warfare. We may have extremely limited historiographical sources related to pre-Islamic southern Arabia, but the epigraphical and lyric sources we have are quite extensive. To say that there is "little to nothing known about wars within southern Arabia," let alone "what we know about southern Arabia is what cultures surrounded them" is ridiculous.



    We in fact know quite a bit about pre-Islamic Arabian warfare due to epigraphy relating to war and a rich lyric tradition which often celebrated the heroic achievements of warriors. We know from late pre-Islamic poetry that the camel was only used in warfare in tandem with cavalrymen, and it is no surprise therefore that we find a depiction of a cavalryman with an unarmed camelrider fighting with an infantryman with a shield on a 3rd or 2nd C. BC bowl from Mleiha. Taken directly from D.T. Potts' article "Some issues in the study of the pre-Islamic weaponry of southeastern Arabia:"





    Simply put, your impression of ancient Arabia and its archaeology is inaccurate. The EB Sabaeans have drawn from a lot of direct archaeological evidence which is not at all insignificant in relating to this culture in the last centuries BC.
    Thanks for correcting me. I was maybe a bit stuck on the historiographical side of the sources. As for the archeological discoveies. Point me in the right direction please. The arabian peninsula has always been a fascination of mine. My knowledge of islamic arabia is however far more extensive. I read quite a lot of literature about this area, but even the more recent historical authors, seem to think that there is very little known about the place. This could of course be one of those things, where historians and archeologists don't work well together (as strangely often seems to be the case) I'm all for learning more about it. So do please tell. As for the camels. They were obviously used (according to your sources, which I assume to be correct), although not for charging into an enemy as such. this might be a bit dificult to put into game terms. The mounted archers sound more promising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Aurelius
    I'll give you a good argument. This mod belongs to the people who made it possible, and if they don't want to put in camels (or LS, flaming pigs, or a map to China) it's their right. If you want camels I suggest you either make them yourself or find a mod that has them. Because it looks like they will never find their way into EB.
    Well that is a good reason. I am not trying to piss anyone off though. I am just giving a suggestion. It's not my fault that half of you react as a bunch of adolescents. I'm trying to give some input, which I am trying to argue for in a reasonable way too. I'm not trying to force them to do anything. I just was rather pissed of at all the pavlov reactions of a lot of the members. I'm trying to actually be constructive. Unlike some others choose to be sarcastic about it, because they automatically assume that I am wrong without giving any arguments and that's just a bit nasty IMO. This no attack vs the EB team (whom I love desperately for making this mod) it is an attack against those that are slating me without actually responding to my posts.
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