Attila the hun

attila the hun
Attila the Hun [(at-il-uh, uh-til-uh)]

A king of the Huns in the fifth century. Attila’s forces overran many parts of central and eastern Europe. His armies were known for their cruelty and wholesale destruction, and Attila himself was called the “scourge of God.”


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