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Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Atilla the Hun

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This is a 13 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Atilla the Hun. Each of the slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

Attila the Hun and his brother, Bleda, were named co-rulers of the Huns in 434. Known as the “Scourge of God,” he was a fierce warrior and opponent. Upon murdering his brother in 445, 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. Attila left behind a divided family. His appointed successor, his oldest son Ellac, fought with his other sons, Dengizich and Ernakh, over control of their father's empire, which was ultimately divided among them.

Among many memorable quotes, Attila the Hun is remembered for saying of his powerful reign, "There, where I have passed, the grass will never grow gain."

The presentation covers the following:

Background
Rise to Power
Atilla’s Wrath
Peace Treaty with Rome
Constantinople
Defeated
Marriage Refusal
Attacks Italy
Death
Legacy
End of Presentation

This is one of many power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading....Ancient Civilizations.
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