The Huns completely captured half of theduring its decline causing Rome to change the capital.
The Hun constantly kept attacking the borders of Rome so that weakened their military, and it was very costly to Rome. This also gave the Huns much land.
The Hun invasions of India were brutal. However, the Guptas and Hindus managed to survive the invasions and begin to rebuild the subcontinent.
Because Eastern Rome had paid Attila the Hun to ransack Western Rome.
He did attack Eastern rome, not the western
The Roman empire was under near constant attack from Attila the Hun and mercenaries. The Roman empire negotiated peace terms with the Huns which bled thousands of pounds of gold from Rome both as one time punishment fees and yearly tributes.
Yes; most Indians today are Hindu.
He attacked in 447 Ad.
It was over-run by invading Gothic, Hun and other peoples
Pope Leo the Great convinced Attila the Hun to not invade Rome.
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At the battle of Troyes in 451 A.D., Rome and its allies stopped the Hun advance. Attila withdrew his forces. When he died soon after, the Hun empire collapsed.
Probably because he wanted to be the biggest empire and saw them as a threat.
Attila the Hun was important because he conquered Rome and attacked most all of the Germanic tribes who controlled Europe at the time. He was universally feared and reviled.
They met in 452 and the pope talked him out of sacking Rome.
He destroyed China, crumbled Rome, ripped off his victims' ears, etc., etc.
Leo lived in Rome. He was instrumental in convincing Attila the Hun from ransacking the city.
i believe the roman army ended in 416 when atilla the hun brought down western rome
No one knows for sure, but whatever he said to Attila convinced him to not sack Rome.
It depends on which invasion you are talking about. Once the borders of Rome were established by Emperor Hadrian, there were lots of attacks on the borders. However, after a Attila the Hun invaded Europe, a lot of tribes fled into Roman lands, and although the Empire didn't want they still came through resulting in a series of battles which started the downfall of the Western Roman Empire.
Attila the Hun was the ruler of the Huns from 434 to 453, when he died. He attempted to conquer Roman Gaul (modern France) but was defeated at the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains. He invaded the northern provinces of Italy, but could not reach Rome.
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Attila the Hun tried to invaded Italy for no reason and tried to take Italy devastating the northern provinces but was unable to take Rome. He planned for further campaigns against the Romans but was killed in a battle by the roman solders.
Attila used mercenaries from the Gaul and Franks to bolster his Hun forces against first the Eastern Empire, then the Western Empire.
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