Attila the Hun.
Attila the Hun
Attila the Hun had a very complex life since the moment he was born. Attila was probably from an Asiatic tribe that the Chinese called Huing-nu, also meaning "common slaves." He was from a royal bloodline that provided leaders for the Huns; therefore, Attila became a leader. His family believed in the healing, prophetic, and visionary powers of their shamans. Shortly after the death of his father, King Mundzuk, Attila was sent to live with his uncle, King Rugila. King Rugila sent him as a child hostage to the court of Honorius, Emperor of the Western Roman Empire at Ra…
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