By Nigel; Tallis, Nigel Stillman
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The friends of the H ittites were to be: considered Ihe friends of tbe ally state, and similarly, Hittite enemies WeT( their enemics. An an nual tribute in gold or silver had to be paid to the Hitt ite king. Soldiers were sworn in to the army by an oath and the army had to be ritually cleansed before setting oul on ctlm· paign. This was achieved by marching between twO posts, wi th one half of II human sacrifice tied to each post. It wu assumed that no evil could pass through such a barrier. Perhaps this was an archaic ritual restrided [0 an early period of H ittite hiS[ory.
360 Gumya troops 440 IIU'aya Iroops This is stated to be only pan of the forcu of the province, the rest being still to arrive. MobiliutioD The insti tution of the kuir snaJ'Tllti meant that the king did not have to awai t full mobilisation of tbe sab snam before C1)mnlencing a campaign. Esarhaddon records an occasion whe n he did not waste time with any ofthe nonnal p reparations for a campaign but wenl fonh in the cold winter month of Shabal. These actions would be: required against sudden and unexpected evenu luch as rebelliol15 or invasion.
Some of then bands could be quite llrge and dange rous. A b:md of SUIU recorded in archive! from Alalakh contained 1436 men, 80 ofthesc were CbariO(etTS Ind 1006 were 1111111OIIU, probably I type of u cher. T he city of Alalakh iuelf could only mUSler 31 mal)'lJfIlll oUI of a male popuialion of around 1200 and the surrounding 22 villages with populations varying from II to 500. One \'i1lage fell to a SUIU force of 17 infantry, 7 chariotecn and 4 IIIaIUinu·troops, while 2000 IIIIbiru captured lallul, on the Euphrates nonh of Car chern ish.
Armies of the Ancient Near East, 3000 B. C. To 539 B. C. : Organisation, Tactics, Dress and Equipment by Nigel; Tallis, Nigel Stillman