Attila

Attila (ə or ə; ?–453), frequently referred to as Attila the Hun, was the ruler of the Huns from 434 until his death in 453. He was leader of the Hunnic Empire, which stretched from the Ural River to the Rhine River and from the Danube River to the Baltic Sea. During his reign he was one of the most feared enemies of the Western and Eastern Ro...
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Attila

(c. 406-453) King of the Huns in an area from the Alps to the Caspian Sea from 434, known to later Christian history as the `Scourge of God`. He twice attacked the Eastern Roman Empire to increase the...
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Attila

(from the article `Corneille, Pierre`) ...of the statesman and patron of the arts Nicolas Fouquet, he presented Oedipe. For the next 14 years he wrote almost one play a year, including ...
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Attila

(from the article `Cotingidae`) ...Many species are given common names pertaining to their voice or food habits or derived from native names: fruiteater, berryeater, mourner, ...
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Attila

[n] - king of the Huns
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Attila

Attila the Hun noun king of the Huns; the most successful barbarian invader of the Roman Empire (406-453)
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Attila

[automobile] The Attila was an English automobile produced from 1903 to 1906; the car, which was the creation of the Hunslet Engine Company of Leeds, was a three-cylinder 20hp craft. ...
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Attila

[genus] Attila is a genus of tropical passerine birds, the attilas. They belong to the tyrant flycatcher family. The species in this genus have large heads and hooked bills; they are markedly predatory and aggressive for their size - hence the scientific and common names, which refer to Attila the Hun. ...
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Attila

[name] Attila is a popular masculine name in both Hungary and Turkey. Another version of Attila in Hungary is Etele, the female equivalent of which is Etelka. Other versions of Attila used in Turkey are Atilla and simply Atila. ==Etymology== The word originates from Turkic Atyl/Atal/Atil (ancient name of Volga River) with adjective suffix -...
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Attila

[opera] Attila is an opera in a prologue and three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, based on the 1809 play Attila, König der Hunnen (Attila, King of the Huns) by Zacharias Werner. The opera received its first performance at La Fenice in Venice on 17 March 1846. Ezio`s act 2 aria of heroic resolution È ge...
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Attila

[play] Attila is a 1667 play by Pierre Corneille. ...
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Attila

Attila (util'u, ăt'ulu) , d. 453, king of the Huns (445–53). After 434 he was coruler with his brother, whom he murdered in 445. In 434, Attila obtained tribute and great concessions for the Huns in a treaty with the Eastern Roman emperor Theodosius II, but, taking advantage of R...
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Attila

king of the Huns from 434 to 453 (ruling jointly with his elder brother Bleda until 445). He was one of the greatest of the barbarian rulers who ... [7 related articles]
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Attila

King of the Huns in an area from the Alps to the Caspian Sea from 434, known to later Christian history as the `Scourge of God`. He twice attacked the Eastern Roman Empire to increase the quantity of tribute paid to him, 441–443 and 447–449, and then attacked the Western Roman Empire 450–452. Attila first ruled jointly with...
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Attila

The white grape is a new breed between Rosa Menna di Vacca ( Parmak Cerven ) x Madame Jean Mathias ( Mathias Jánosne ). Synonyms include Atilla, Lord Rothermere, Rapogo Muskotaly, Teli Muskotaly and Tely Muskotaly. The crossing took place in 1917 in Hungary by the private breeder Pál Kocsis. The variety is called Kelter- and table grape used. It ...
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