ATTILA was a great diplomat, a blackmailer, a strategist and a warrior. He mobilized nomadic Asian and European tribes under his rule as Emperor of the Huns. In less than 15 years his empire extended from the Aral Sea to the Danube. He designed a magnificent destiny for all the peoples allied to the Huns. But whereas he dominated the Roman Empire, why didn’t he take Rome and Constantinople? Why did his amazing work break up after his death, considering how deeply it transformed the world?

Copyright: Alice Labrèque and Jean Routier, Québec, 2012-2013



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