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ERIC Number: EJ1115674
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016
Pages: 12
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-1306-3065
Myth and Historical Facts about Rome and the Huns Leader Attila
Sadyrova, Anar T.; Imangazinov, Muratbek M.; Kozhagulov, Saylauhan K.; Suleimenova, Gulmira S.; Amanzholova, Arailym A.
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, v11 n12 p5299-5310 2016
The article reviewed the history of Rome and Attila, their influence on the political and social situation in Europe. The aim of the article is to study the origins of Rome, its crisis and destruction. It also considers the impact on the collapse of the Empire, the impact that Attila had on the destruction of Rome and the analysis of Attila as a political and military leader, his history, heritage and influence on the cultures of European and Turkic people. The article also tells about the life of the Huns. The principles of historicism, objectivism, dialectical unity of the historical and logical are applied in the article, as well as the comparative-historical and historical-analytical methods. Abstraction and generalization were applied from the general methods of scientific knowledge. The analysis of foreign and domestic historians is undertaken, and the folklore of European countries, in particular the North German and Norse tribes is considered in the article. The results of the article show social, economic and political factors that influenced the emergence and decline of Rome, describe Attila's personality as a prudent and cruel leader, and the motives that drove him like a lust for power and expansionist views. The formation of Attila as a legend contributed to European militarized tribes, as well as his pursued policy of cult of personality. The Romans endowed him with exceptional abilities to explain their own military setbacks; the church cultivated the image of Attila in order to strengthen its influence. Article supplements the historical chronology of Europe, the history of the Turkic people. The study of folklore related to Attila allows us to look into the development of literary tendencies in medieval Europe
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Italy (Rome)
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