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1. As the Huns moved along the Black Sea, they attacked those in their path


2. However, in that same city, there was no escaping the fact that 'KAH' (Kill All Huns) graffiti was a very clear attempt to link the word to the largely Protestant unionist community, nor was the sentiment of said graffiti a cordial one.

However, Huns

3. The Huns and Magyar tribes that settled then were white skinned but weren’t snowflakes like you


4. Huns A tribe from western Asia who conquered much of central and eastern Europe during the fifth century


5. The Huns were known for their cruelty and destructiveness.


6. Attila and the Huns were viewed as warriors who pillaged


7. (Shakko / CC BY-SA 3.0 ) The Huns were a mixture of Ostrogoth, Alan, Scythian, Asiatic, and Turkic people who made up a loose confederacy of multi-ethnic chiefdoms and their customs were a fusion of all these cultures.


8. The Huns (the word means "people" in Altaic) were a confederation of steppe nomadic tribes, some of whom may have been the descendants of the Hsiung-nu, rulers of …

Huns, Have, Hsiung

9. The Huns were a group of nomadic people who first appeared in Europe from east of the Volga River, region of the earlier Scythians, with a migration intertwined with the Alans


10. (Johann Nepomuk Geiger / Public Domain ) Sometime around 741 – 751 AD, the Huns left Scythia for the second time, and entered and settled in Pannonia for another six or seven years, before continuing their journey later on


11. The Hephthalites (Bactrian: ηβοδαλο, romanized: Ebodalo), sometimes called the White Huns, were a people who lived in Central Asia during the 5th to 8th centuries

Hephthalites, Huns

12. Huns are known to be a highly flexible civilization due to its ability to be flexible with melee or range options, and are also quite an effective civilization at using mobility effectively to disarm an opponent that requires all their army in a particular place to be effective (like Britons for instance).

Huns, Highly

13. Huns a Hun The Huns (the word means "people" in Altaic) were a confederation of steppe nomadic tribes, some of whom may have been the descendants of the Xiongnu (Hsiung-nu), rulers of an empire by the same name in Mongolia.

Huns, Hun, Have, Hsiung

14. The Huns were nomads of an unknown origin, though most likely out of Mongolia


15. The Huns were not known to be confederated in any way and no sub-tribes of the Huns are known


16. Some of the supposed words traditionally attributed to the Huns, upon modern analysis, appear to be Gothic, not Hunnish.

Huns, Hunnish

17. Huns are located in North west asia in Afghanistan and Pakistan and some of them are also located in northern and upper indian pennesula they are now called pashtons which meant defeated Huns when they migrated from Western asia pasht means defeat


18. Indeed, the Huns had already gained a footing inside the city when Aetius and Theodoric forced them to withdraw

Huns, Had

19. Rich Huns would sometimes own a foreign slave but for the most part, slaves were not as common as they were among other peoples of the time such as the Romans


20. Huns synonyms, Huns pronunciation, Huns translation, English dictionary definition of Huns


21. Austin Huns Rugby, Austin, Texas


22. The Huns Rugby Club is a non profit organization dedicated to developing rugby players in the Austin area.


23. Huns are one of the two new factions available from Fire and Sand version in Travian, along with the Egyptians.For little is known about their pros and cons, it is difficult to analyse them deeply.


24. The original Huns were a nomadic tribe, probably originating from Mongolia, who, under the leadership of Attila, terrorised the Roman Empire in the mid-5th century, extorting large sums of money with menaces.


25. The Huns includes an Afterword by Peter Heather, Lecturer in Early Medieval History at University College London, which sets Professor Thompson's book in the broad context of recent studies on the Huns

Huns, Heather, History

26. The Alchon Huns, also known as the Alchono, Alxon, Alkhon, Alkhan, Alakhana and Walxon, were a nomadic people who established states in Central Asia and South Asia during the 4th and 6th centuries CE


27. The Huns had an extremely tough, brutal society based on raiding and stealing, and they could travel vast distances on their horses

Huns, Had, Horses

28. The Migration Pressure from the Huns


29. Sometime during the 4th century AD, the Huns began to migrate steadily westward out of their traditional homelands, moving into the territory of another group, the Alans.

Huns, Homelands

30. Webster: The Huns and Existentialist Thought (Loudonville, Nhà in Cao đẳng Siena, 2006) Huns leader, Attila is Koreans, shindonga, tháng 11 năm 2003 (Tạp chí tháng của Hàn Quốc) Huns Bow = Korean Bow? Coinage and History of the White Huns- Waleed Ziad- Các bài viết từ 'Journal of the Oriental Numismatic Society', 2004-2006

Huns, History

31. The Hunnic language, or Hunnish, was the language spoken by Huns in the Hunnic Empire, a heterogeneous, multi-ethnic tribal confederation which ruled much of Eastern Europe and invaded the West during the 4th and 5th centuries.A variety of languages were spoken within the Hun Empire

Hunnic, Hunnish, Huns, Heterogeneous, Hun

32. The Huns were illiterate, our only written information about them comes from their enemies


33. For many, many questions about the Huns, the only truthful answer is


34. The Huns' indirect impact upon the Roman Empire in previous generations, when the insecurity they generated in central and eastern Europe forced Goths, Vandals, Alans, Suevi, Burgundians across the frontier, was of much greater historical importance than Attila's momentary ferocities

Huns, Historical

35. Indeed, the Huns had even sustained the western Empire down

Huns, Had

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HUNS [hən]


  • a member of a warlike Asiatic nomadic people who ravaged Europe in the 4th–5th centuries.
  • a reckless or uncivilized destroyer.
  • a German (especially in military contexts during World War I and World War II).
  • Germans collectively.

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