Scope Of Chapter 34
Fall In The West — from 'The History Of The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire' by Edward Gibbon

The Character, Conquests, and Court of Attila, King of the Huns — Death of Theodosius the Younger — Elevation of Marcian to the Empire of the East
376 — 433 The Huns Their Establishment in Modern Hungary
433 — 453 Reign of Attila— His Figure and Character— He discovers the Sword of Mars— Acquires the Empire of Scythia and Germany
430 — 440 The Huns invade Persia
441,etc They attack the Eastern Empire— Ravage Europe as far as Constantinople— The Scythian or Tartar Wars; State of the Captives
446 Treaty of Peace between Attila and the Eastern Empire— Spirit of the Azimuntines; Embassies from Attila to Constantinople
448The Embassy of Maximin to Attila; The royal Village and Palace — The Behaviour of Attila to the Roman Ambassadors; The royal Feast — Conspiracy of the Romans against the Life of Attila; He reprimands and forgives the Emperor
450 Theodosius the Younger dies— Is succeeded by Marcian
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