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Who were the Huns?

The Huns were a nomadic people who spread out over Asia and  Europe during the 3rd and 4th centuries AD. The Chinese built the  Great Wall to protect themselves from the Hun (MORE)

Who was Attila the Hun?

Attila the HunAttila the Hun (405-453), also sometimes known with the nickname as Attila the Scourge of God (Flagellum Dei) or simply Attila was the most powerful king of the (MORE)

Was attila the hun peaceful?

He was savage and barbaric, but there was an article that says he was a forgiving person. An example is, when a man bribed (Attila) head guard to assassinate him, the person w (MORE)

Who was the huns leader?

The Huns were ruled by Attila also known as Attila the Hun. He ruled from 434- AD to 453 AD. His empire stretched from Germany to the Ural river and from the Danube River to t (MORE)

Who conquered the Huns?

The Huns may have simulated the great migration,a contributing factor in the collapse of the western Roman Empire. They formed a unified empire under Attila the Hun, who died (MORE)

Where are the Huns now?

The Huns are the early names of Turkish people. The Great Hun Empire was founded by Teoman(220 B.C.). Mete Khan (Oghuz Khan)is the son of Teoman and Turkish people accept him (MORE)

What was the culture of the Huns?

Pastoral farming, think of modern Mongolians and Kazakhs. They also had a warrior culture, from their inception in Mongolia (under the name of Xiongnu) to their rise in Europe (MORE)

How did Attila the Hun influence others?

He changed the world by almost completely finishing the western roman empire. This in effect caused alot of Romans to migrate and found new cities. Some of these cities became (MORE)

Who are the Huns and how they affect the roman empire?

The Huns were a group of nomadic people. They have been liked to an ethnic group in northern China (north of the territory of the Chinese Han dynasty), Mongolia and surroundin (MORE)
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How did Attila the Hun become famous?

Attila the Hun grew to fame when he began ruling the Huns and Hunnic Empire. He ruled this group of European people from 434 until 453, when he passed away.
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