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Attila the Hun Portraits

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Attila was the fierce 5th century leader of the barbarian group known as the Huns who struck fear in the hearts of the Romans as he plundered everything in his path, invaded the Eastern Empire and then crossed the Rhine into Gaul. For this reason, Attila was known as the Scourge of god (flagellum dei). He is also known as Etzel in the Nibelungenlied and as Atli in Icelandic sagas.
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Collection of book jackets cover showing Attila the Scourge of God.Collection of book jackets cover showing Attila the Scourge of God.Image ID: 1102729  Attila, King of the Huns / J. Chapman, sculp. (March 10, 1810) Attila the HunRaphael's The Meeting between Leo the Great and AttilaAttila and LeoMór Than's painting The Feast of Attila, based on a fragment of Priscus.Feast of Attila
Atli (Attila the Hun) in an illustration to the Poetic Edda.AtliAttila in the Chronicon Pictum Attila the HunMiniature of Attila meeting Pope Leo the Great. 1360.Attila and Pope LeoAttila the HunAttila the Hun
Bust of Attila the HunBust of Attila the HunAttila MapAttila Empire
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