May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. An artery had suddenly burst; and as Attila lay in a supine posture, he was suffocated by a torrent of blood, which instead of finding a passage through his nostrils, regurgitated into the lungs and stomach. These Wicked History biographies are a quick way to get the story of some of history's most notorious bad guys. The book Attila the Hun: Leader of the Barbarian Hordes, is about Attila the Hun and what he did in his life and what he accomplished. For goodness sake, he almost caused Rome to collapse! Furthermore, after earning full command over the Huns, Attila grew to confident of his men. Description: 128 pages : illustrations, maps ; 19 cm. He expanded the rule of the Huns to include many Germanic tribes and attacked the Eastern Roman Empire in wars of extraction, devastating lands from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean, and inspiring fear throughout the late Roman Empire.
Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s. Attila was naturally born into wealth with two kings already ruling a fairly large country being related to him. Thus, one could understand how the guidance of an individual is a basic need in order to win battles and improve the life of individuals. But above all that the book was good for being a Biography and I'm people who do a project on him will get enough info to have a good presentation. About this Item: Blackbirch Press, 2002.
Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. On the other hand, Price also emphasized on the impacts that occurred after each military conquest launched by Attila, whether if beneficial or harmful. Attila was able to use his various experiences throughout his life to enhance the approach led by his empire. The more you read these wicked biographies, the more you will realize that world leaders back then only cared about money and grabbing more land. Nevertheless, Attila quickly realized how laborious and complex the conflict was against the Romans and Visigoths.
This series will draw in readers with its dark humor and factual information. It talks about his life and how he became what he was known for, witch was being Barbaric. Their leader, Attila, was a cruel tyrant who never failed no surprise the Romans with his genial plots to overthrow them. I think that Attila was too ruthless and that he should have been nicer to the clans he invaded. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s. Born in a royal family, Attila rises to power through the early years. Attila left Constantinople, unable to penetrate through the cities strong walls.
But he became a hostage for the roman empire. Attila often had interactions with numerous rulers coming from external nations. They were known for their brutal assaults to citizens such as running them over with horses. Series Title: Responsibility: Sean Stewart Price. This probably isn't completely true, the Pope probably also offered a large amount of money. Never was a warrior as feared as the ruthless barbarian Attila the Hun. An apparently unread copy in perfect condition.
This is a biography of the life of Attila the Hun, a man who ravaged and conquered many villages in Asia and part of Europe. This book is about the great barbaric warrior Attila The Han. Attila made numerous decisions that lead to the increase of authority and political power. And even when he wasn't fighting, he was still as scary. I also find it kind of funny that he died choking on his own blood. He then moved toward Constantinople present-day Istanbul , defeating the main Eastern Roman forces in a number of battles. In fact, money is principally gained using intellectual intelligence and sense of commerce.
The book begins with his childhood; Attila was a memeber of the Huns, a nomadic group of people that lived north of the eastern and western Roman empires. Eventually, he come across a great enemy, the Romans. For example, the West Roman and Visigoth army was able to attain the summit first as a manner to organize troops and intimidate the Huns. Attila was able to show proactive abilities as he noticed bizarre events around him. The Pope Leo personally went to talk Attila out of advancing, and legend has it that Attila was so honored by the pope's presence that he withdrew. Firstly, Attila was able to commence installing military schools to enhance the likelihood of ending triumphant. He was sent a bride later after that tough war.
The spine may show signs of wear. Now it was Attila and his brothers as kings. Check out our other listings to add to your order for discounted shipping. Thus, one could see how Attila success was generated by a series of advantageous factors. The attendant of Attila entered first with a dish full of meat, and behind him came the other attendants with bread and viands, which they laid on the tables. They discussed more strategies that night knowing they would sure be defeated.
Attila remained a threat to both the Western and the Eastern Empires, nonetheless. They fought long and hard into night. In conclusion, the earthquake that occurred in Constantinople enabled Attila and his army to take advantage of the numerous flaws present. Contents: The world of Attila the Hun -- A wicked web -- Introduction -- pt. Attila was naturally born into wealth with two kings already ruling a fairly large country being related to him. He was no patron of learning, and he did order massacres, putting entire monasteries to the sword.
In conclusion, Attila learns many different traits which he uses to become the legendary leader he is know as today. Book is in Used-Good condition. The E-mail message field is required. About this Item: Adams Media Corporation. For —no great admirer of the Roman Empire that the Huns ravaged repeatedly between 434 and 453 A. Similar to the later Genghis Khan, he came from central asia with the goal of uniting many tribes.