Achamenid Persian

The sprawling Achaemenid Empire covered an area from the Black Sea to Egypt and from Turkey to Western India. They were in regular conflict with the Greeks, usually over Greek support for the ethnically Greek city-states of Western Turkey, but were happy to incorporate Greek mercenaries in their armies. Achaemenid armies were massive and relied primarily on archers and good cavalry but incorporating a huge range of different troops.

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