Assyrians 8 Babylonians 26 Byzantines 17-3=14 Carthaginians 15 Dutch 13 Ethiopians 20+1=21 Hittites 16 Incas 29 Indonesians 14 Iroquois 15 Khmer 22 Koreans 17 Malians 21 Mayans 21 Mongols 26 Moroccans 4 Ottoman Turks 19 Portuguese 11 Songhai 8 I just think a fourth Hellenic civ right now would be overkill. If they hadn't gone and added Alexander the Civ... I mean "Macedon" then I would've been fighting tooth and nail to have Byzantium at the very top of the list, but since they went ahead and made an entire civilization dedicated to slobbering on Alexander's sandals rather than just making him Greek (or making Macedon... you know... actually Macedon rather than exclusively just Alexander's highly Greek Macedon) I'd say we've had enough Hellenistic Fusion for the time being, I definitely want them in a later DLC or expansion but for now I want some new cultures. I'll be the first to admit that I wasn't a big fan of Etheopia's inclusion in Civ 5 at first and thought there were better and more deserving and/or interesting Sub-Saharan picks, however after looking into their history and learning more about them both in independent studies and for work purposes I've come to appreciate what they bring to the table. A bastion of Christendom in the middle of highly Islamic states or tribes practicing traditional folklore, a major trading center along the seaborne silk route (back when it was known as the Kingdom of Aksum), and maintaining diplomatic skills and military modernization necessary to remain un-colonized long after its neighbors fell. They are quite atypical for an African civ, and while I would still prefer to see Nigeria or Xhosa this is a list of returning civs not prospective ones, and I would like to see Ethiopia's return.