Interesting Quiz on the Huns
Posted on: November 26, 2021.

Author: PRABHUKRISHNA M | CONTENT CREATOR/CHIEF EDITOR | YOKIBU EDITORIAL

Attila and his Huns were a legion of their own!
(S)Hun your fears, with our Interesting Quiz on the Huns”
The Huns who terrorized many parts of Europe and the Roman Empire between the 4th and 5th century AD, were a __________ of unknown origins yet most likely from "somewhere between the eastern edge of the Altai Mountains and the Caspian Sea, roughly modern Kazakhstan".

  

  

  

  

While most other tribes of their times were foot soldiers, the Huns were horsemen who typically spent most of their time on __________, sleeping, eating, and even having gatherings on the backs of their horses, which gave them great combat advantage in tribal wars but also weak legs.

  

  

  

  

Most famous for their military achievements, the Huns strategized using a __________ while riding on horses which made them intimidating archers and helped them win many battles.

  

  

  

  

As the Huns disliked __________, they scarred their cheeks—by melting cheek flesh or removing them with a knife!—even at a young age, preventing beard growth, and also tightly wrapped the __________ of their babies so their skulls grew vertically!

  

  

  

  

Another of the Huns' unique methods in the Hunnic Rule System was rounding up and __________ the tribes they defeated and using them for war against subsequent enemies.

  

  

  

  

The "Golden Age" of the Huns was under their ruler __________ who achieved great power during his reign, especially in the "Battle of Adrianople" against the Romans, which he lost, but successfully launched attacks and looted neighboring territories to the Hunnic base in Pannonia.

  

  

  

  

The Huns gained tactical military advantage in their territorial expansion campaigns by terrorizing their enemies and tripping them with fear, the frightened populace spreading __________ about the Huns that resulted in entire cities giving in without even a fight!

  

  

  

  

As the Huns typically spent most of their time on the back of their horses—even when not in a battle—and did not use their hind bodies enough, it left them with weak __________.

  

  

  

  






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