The Early Bedouin army represents the various nomadic and semi nomadic tribes who occupied the arid fringes of the Levant.
There are 3 elements of camelry including the General, and one of Light Camelry. Camelry is quite good against mounted troops in DBA, but more fragile than cavalry. If the combat factors from DBMM make it into a later version of DBA then that will all change, as they are weaker in DBMM. The camelry is a mixture of Essex and Magister Militum.
The army has a useful number of auxilia and psiloi, so they can be quite annoying to a clear terrain army such as the Assyrians. If the Bedouin are defending they can place large oasis and soft sand terrain pieces which the camelry can move through as if its not there. The Bedouin foot are all from Essex Miniatures.
This is the first wargames army I painted, four years ago. I wouldn’t mind repainting the command element, to make it a little brighter. Also some camels should be painted a much lighter colour. Once I have enough figures painted for a DBMM100 army that should also mean I can field the a and b variants of the army, although without the light chariot option for the General.