'Archers' in the Bible
Then the archers shot at your servants from the wall. Some of the king's staff members are dead, and your servant Uriah the Hittite has died as well."
They destroyed their cities, and all of them threw stones onto every piece of farm land, ruining the fields. Then they filled in all the water wells and chopped down all of the useful trees. Stone walls remained surrounding Kir-hareseth only, until the archers surrounded and attacked that city.
Ulam's descendants were valiant warriors and archers. They had 150 children and grandchildren, all descendants of Benjamin.
The heaviest fighting was against Saul, and when the archers who were shooting located Saul, he was gravely wounded by them.
Equipped as archers, they could use both their right and left hands to shoot arrows and hurl stones. As descendants of Benjamin, they were Saul's relatives.
There was also Eliada from Benjamin, himself a valiant soldier. He was accompanied by 200,000 expert archers bearing shields.
Some archers shot King Josiah, and the king told his servants, "Take me away, because I'm badly wounded."
His archers surround me, slashing open my kidneys without pity; he pours out my gall on the ground.