The History of Rome

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172- Showdown March 19, 2012
In 451 Atilla the Hun invaded the West. He was repelled by a coalition of forces lead by the General Aetius.
172- Showdown March 19, 2012
In 451 Atilla the Hun invaded the West. He was repelled by a coalition of forces lead by the General Aetius.
172- Showdown March 19, 2012
In 451 Atilla the Hun invaded the West. He was repelled by a coalition of forces lead by the General Aetius.
171- The Gathering Storm March 11, 2012
After placating Atilla with yet another indemnity, Theodosius II fell from his horse and died in 450, leaving the Eastern throne vacant.
171- The Gathering Storm March 11, 2012
After placating Atilla with yet another indemnity, Theodosius II fell from his horse and died in 450, leaving the Eastern throne vacant.
171- The Gathering Storm March 11, 2012
After placating Atilla with yet another indemnity, Theodosius II fell from his horse and died in 450, leaving the Eastern throne vacant.
171- The Gathering Storm March 11, 2012
After placating Atilla with yet another indemnity, Theodosius II fell from his horse and died in 450, leaving the Eastern throne vacant.
170- Atilla Cometh Feb. 19, 2012
In the 440s, the Huns began to direclty attack the Roman Empire.
170- Atilla Cometh Feb. 19, 2012
In the 440s, the Huns began to direclty attack the Roman Empire.
170- Atilla Cometh Feb. 19, 2012
In the 440s, the Huns began to direclty attack the Roman Empire.
170- Atilla Cometh Feb. 19, 2012
In the 440s, the Huns began to direclty attack the Roman Empire.
In the 430s the Romans dealt with increasingly agressive and confident barbarian tribes living both inside and outside the traditional borders of the Empire.
In the 430s the Romans dealt with increasingly agressive and confident barbarian tribes living both inside and outside the traditional borders of the Empire.
In the 430s the Romans dealt with increasingly agressive and confident barbarian tribes living both inside and outside the traditional borders of the Empire.
In the 430s the Romans dealt with increasingly agressive and confident barbarian tribes living both inside and outside the traditional borders of the Empire.
In the late 420s AD, the Roman General Flavius Aetius connived and backstabbed his way up the chain of command.
In the late 420s AD, the Roman General Flavius Aetius connived and backstabbed his way up the chain of command.
In the late 420s AD, the Roman General Flavius Aetius connived and backstabbed his way up the chain of command.
In the late 420s AD, the Roman General Flavius Aetius connived and backstabbed his way up the chain of command.
The Emperor Honorius died in 423, leading to a brief civil war between the Theodosian dynasty and a self-proclaimed Imperial regime in Ravenna.