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.

~~A four-day-old African spurred tortoise sits on the head of its mother in their enclosure in Nyiregyhaza Animal Park in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary | EPA/Attila Balazs~~

Pictures of the day: 28 September 2011

~~A four-day-old African spurred tortoise sits on the head of its mother in their enclosure in Nyiregyhaza Animal Park in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary | EPA/Attila Balazs~~

Attila the Hun - The “Scourge of God” Swept out of the East, but Left Nothing Behind as a Monument

Attila the Hun - The “Scourge of God” Swept out of the East, but Left Nothing Behind as a Monument

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