Macedonians: Archery Ranges are 4 times more resistant to conversion.
The bow was developed as a hunting weapon long before the first towns appeared and was easily adapted to warfare. Because the bow allowed fighting from a distance and from behind cover, archers did not have to fight face- to- face with their enemy. As the first civilizations grew in size and their armies grew correspondingly, formal training of archers was instituted. As part of this training, bowmen practiced shooting on archery ranges to improve accuracy.
—Age of Empires manual
All Archery Ranges in the Iron Age
Archery Ranges in the Tool and Bronze Ages (Definitive Edition)
Archery Ranges in the Iron Age (Definitive Edition)