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Attila was buried in a tomb lined with lead which represented his conquests as well as gold andsilver which represented the tribute he received from both Roman Empires His tomb was laid topermanently rest at the bottom of the Theiss River in Hungry Attilas saddle clothes andweapons on the other hand were burned while a group of the Huns best horsemen circled aroundand looking on having cut their faces deep with knives so that they may mourn the great warriornot with tears but with the blood of men Attila had had many sons but as they all wrestled forpower after their fathers death the Hunnic Empire fell to pieces around them Even Attilasfavorite son Ernoch who had been chosen by a great Hun prophet to raise the Hunnic Empireback up after his fathers death was to become of nothing Thus by the year 469 AD the greatHunnic Confederation had virtually scattered to the winds In conclusion the Huns under theirmost formidable leader Attila combined to sap one of the greatest civilizations ever of both itswealth and pride In war Attilas fury was unparalleled and even when calm the peaceagreements he made were corrosive Punishing the Romans for becoming weak and living suchdecadent lifestyles the best epitaph for Attila may just be the one written on a 1500 year oldfresco on a monastery wall in Pavia Italy which reads Attila the Hun - Flagellum Dei - the
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