Attila the hun and genghis khan
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Attila the Hun, 5th-century king of the Hunnic Empire, devastated lands from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean, inspiring fear throughout the late Roman Empire. Dubbed "Flagellum Dei" meaning "Scourge of God" in Latin , Attila consolidated power after murdering his brother to become sole ruler of the Huns, expanded the rule of the Huns to include many Germanic tribes and attacked the Eastern Roman Empire in wars of extraction. He never invaded Constantinople or Rome, and left a divided family following his death in Born in Pannonia, a province of the Roman Empire present-day Transdanubia, Hungary , circa , Attila the Hun and his brother, Bleda, were named co-rulers of the Huns in Upon murdering his brother in , Attila became the 5th-century king of the Hunnic Empire and the sole ruler of the Huns. Attila united the tribes of the Hun kingdom and was said to be a just ruler to his own people. But Attila was also an aggressive and ruthless leader.
About years. Attila died in ACE. Timujin aka Genghis Khan was born in ACE. Attila was generally considered to be the ruler of a.
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Attila the Hun, Genghis Khan, and Timur (Tamerlane)
Attila the Hun. Genghis Khan. Those names stirred fear nearly worldwide hundreds of years ago, and even today their names are synonymous with brutality and "take no prisoners" warfare. But there are distinct differences, though both gobbled up land and changed drastically the way war was waged. Today, the name Atilla is synonymous with barbarianism. Although Genghis Khan was also brutal and merciless, he is seen by many as a great military strategist who expanded trade, communication and religious freedom during his reign. Attila was born in what is now Hungary in about
Attila is considered to be one of the most famous and brutal rulers the ancient world had ever seen. Furthermore, there are some facts, mostly archeological findings, as well as fictions about the Huns being connected to Xiongnu nomadic people who disrupted the northern border of China during its Han Dynasty BC - AD. In Mongolia, there are several major sites and venues which display archaeological findings from the Huns era discovered by various archaeologists both from Mongolia and overseas. From artistically stunning deer stones to mysteriously lying stone graves, from the Huns time, are found throughout the territory of Mongolia. Unlike today, geographical and environmental barriers were the biggest hurdles for tribes and people from the ancient time in discovering, learning from, mingling and mixing with other tribes and people. War was, without a doubt, also an essential part of such a mixture. I am not suggesting such mixture, or conquest in the case of wartime was necessarily a positive thing.
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