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Astin, M. Frederiksen, R. Ogilvie Edd. Cambridge Ancient History, 2nd Edition, Vol. These are important indices of Hun survival, but the focus on the identities of individuals seems to undermine the — admittedly tenuous — arguments for the success of the Western Huns at reproducing Xiongnu institutions. If the Avars were more successful than the descendents of Attila, they learned their techniques of empire building in the East rather than in the Pontic steppe.
The Huns, Rome and the birth of Europe
It is the singular merit of The Huns, Rome and the Birth of Europe to invite historians of the ancient Mediterranean to consider the landmark events that signaled the end of the Western Roman empire in the context of a Eurasia nomadic imperialists had rendered interconnected in late antiquity. BMCR Bryn Mawr Classical Review ISBN Read comments on this review or add a comment on the BMCR blog. Read Latest. BMCR Blog. About BMCR.
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