Attila The Hun | Európa megálmodója - Attila a harmadik évezred vezetőinek ...

Attila The Hun | Európa megálmodója - Attila a harmadik évezred vezetőinek ...

Part II. Attila the Hun (c.403? - 453 AD) He was brought up as a barbarian hostage at the court of the emperor Honorius. Attila knew the Roman world. On several occasions he assaulted the Roman Empire. In 451, Flavius Aetius defeated Attila and the Huns at the   Battle of Chalons. In 453 Attila died from a burst blood vessel; the Hun Empire collapsed.

Part II. Attila the Hun (c.403? - 453 AD) He was brought up as a barbarian hostage at the court of the emperor Honorius. Attila knew the Roman world. On several occasions he assaulted the Roman Empire. In 451, Flavius Aetius defeated Attila and the Huns at the Battle of Chalons. In 453 Attila died from a burst blood vessel; the Hun Empire collapsed.

Attila The Hun | Attila hun király

Attila The Hun | Attila hun király

Attila the Hun, leader of the Hunnic Empire from 434 until his death in 453

Attila the Hun, leader of the Hunnic Empire from 434 until his death in 453

Attila, King of the Huns, portrait from 1883

Attila, King of the Huns, portrait from 1883

Attila The Hun Quotes

Attila The Hun Quotes

Rudolf Klein-Rogge as King Etzel and Margarete Schön as Kriemhild in Fritz Lang's 'Die Nibelungen', 1924

Rudolf Klein-Rogge as King Etzel and Margarete Schön as Kriemhild in Fritz Lang's 'Die Nibelungen', 1924

How To Earn Your Employees' Respect -- Without Terrifying Them — Pic: "Magyar: Attila hun király"

How To Earn Your Employees' Respect -- Without Terrifying Them

How To Earn Your Employees' Respect -- Without Terrifying Them — Pic: "Magyar: Attila hun király"

Attila the Hun ruled the Huns from 434 to 453 and was intent on destroying the Roman Empire. Apart from killing quite a few people, he ate two of his sons and killed his brother… nice.

Attila the Hun ruled the Huns from 434 to 453 and was intent on destroying the Roman Empire. Apart from killing quite a few people, he ate two of his sons and killed his brother… nice.

Sanzio Rafaella, 1514: Leo the Great Meets Attila the Hun. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the Popes were effectively the governors of the city. Leo negotiated with the Huns to withdraw from Italy in return for an annual ransom. When the Vandals pillaged Rome three years later, he persuaded them not to burn the city and slaughter all the inhabitants. (Vatican Museums)

Sanzio Rafaella, 1514: Leo the Great Meets Attila the Hun. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the Popes were effectively the governors of the city. Leo negotiated with the Huns to withdraw from Italy in return for an annual ransom. When the Vandals pillaged Rome three years later, he persuaded them not to burn the city and slaughter all the inhabitants. (Vatican Museums)


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