He did attack Eastern rome, not the western
Pope Leo l
Probably because he wanted to be the biggest empire and saw them as a threat.
Attila the Hun
Attila was leading the Huns into the Western half of the Roman Empire to attack Rome in 452, when Pope Leo I rode out alone and talked to Attila, persuading him to turn back and not sack Rome. Attila was leading the Huns into the Western half of the Roman Empire to attack Rome in 452, when Pope Leo I rode out alone and talked to Attila, persuading him to turn back and not sack Rome.
Attila the Hun
No one knows for sure, but whatever he said to Attila convinced him to not sack Rome.
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.
Attila the Hun or Attila was a Hun ruler. He was born in 406 AD and ruled the Hun empire from 434 until his demise on 453 AD.
They met in 452 and the pope talked him out of sacking Rome.
Rome kept paying Attila to not attack rome.if they refused to pay then he will destroy rome.
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Pope Leo the Great convinced Attila the Hun to not invade Rome.
Attila the Hun killed 100 million people
Attila the Hun killed 12 million people.
No one killed attila the hun. he died of a nose bleed
Yes, Attila the Hun murdered his brother Prince Blader for power. Attila wanted to be king instead.
The Eastern Emperor of the Byzantine empire allegedly paid Attila the Hun a fee so the empire would not be attacked.
He was a hun
Attila the Hun and Roaring Lion sang calypsonian songs.
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.
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.