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Attila Quiz

Attila The Hun Quiz.

Gathering individuals of all sorts together under his ruthless banner, Attila became one of the most feared names in the pages of history. Few peoples could stand against the mighty onslaught of his forces and him. Even from his early days, the man showed an unusual aptitude which would go on to inspire his greatness in the art of conquest. So, it was only a matter of time until more and more of the map fell under the banner of his domain.

The more and more nations which rallied against Attila and his armies, the more and more nations fell before Attila and his armies. Even against a diverse assortment of foes, victory came to Attila as if it were predestined. Some of the greatest kingdoms and empires of the world in his time had no choice but to surrender to his superior tactical mind. Chaos may have ruled the world prior, but Attila took advantage of this disorder to sow the seeds of his empire. When he met his inevitable end, the reaches of his empire were so great that they harkened back to the mighty empire of Alexander himself.

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What was the name of the tribe and empire which Attila raised to power in the 5th Century?
The Hunnic Tribe
The Essel Tribe
The Khan Tribe
The Visigoth Tribe

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Attila ruled over the Huns from 434 until his death in what year?
480
471
462
453

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Firsthand accounts of Attila are rare. Most of what historians know of him come from the writings of what Byzantine scholar who was an ambassador in the Hunnic Court during Attila's reign?
Priscus
Edocles
Virgil
Philippus

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Which of the following types of military combat best describe the Hunnic tactics which Attila employed to conquer neighboring lands?
Armored blitzes
Phalanx infantry
Naval artillery
Cavalry archery

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The Hunnic Tribe was Eurasian in nature but settled in Europe after crossing what river which separates Europe from Asia?
The Enube River
The Volga River
The Geneva River
The River Tames

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The main object of Attila's conquest in Europe was what peninsula which housed such nations as Greece, Byzantium, Ukraine, and Romania?
The Norman Peninsula
The Adriatic Peninsula
The Iberian Peninsula
The Balkan Peninsula

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Attila managed to conquer what race who were the eastern subset of the Goth people?
The Reinigoths
The Ostrogoths
The Husigoths
The Telegoths

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What was the name of Attila's brother who helped to rule the pair's shared kingdom until his death?
Borof
Bellum
Bleda
Byzantine

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After ascending to sole kingship over the Huns, Attila opened up the lands of Europe to his armies by defeating the army of military magister Arnegisclus. What nation did Arnegisclus hail from whose armies he commanded?
The Roman Empire
Gaul
Normandy
Saxony

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After defeating the armies of the Eastern Roman Empire, Attila's forces were poised to conquer what city, which served as the empire's capital, until foreign reinforcements arrived to defend the city from Attila?
Venice
Constantinople
Frankfurt
Cannes

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Attila entered into an inheritance dispute with the Western Roman Empire after what infamous sister to Emperor Valentinian III sent Attila an engagement ring with a request to assist her in breaking off her prior engagement?
Elda
Honoria
Gracia
Mehelna

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Attila's conquest of lands which compose modern-day France reached what region (modern-day Orleans) before his armies were repelled decisively?
Orlinne
R'Elinnes
Aurelianum
Oroleons

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What famous battle definitively saw a Visigoth-Roman army defeat Attila and decisively end his imperial conquest of Europe?
The Battle of Catalaunian Plains
The Battle of Orleans Plains
The Battle of the Gaelic Straits
The Battle of Thermopylae

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After Attila died, his empire quickly fell to ruin. Much of that was due to the in-fighting of his sons. Which of the following was not one of Attila's sons?
Dengizich
Ernak
Liyron
Ellac

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After Attila's death, what Germanic leader led his people to revolt against the Huns and drive their forces out of West Europe?
Tofur
Ulfriec Goethe
Leif of Halbart
Ardaric

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