History of European Hun Empire - Establishment, Founder, Rulers, Boundaries and Collapse of European Hun State
The European Hun Empire is among the most important Turkish states that reigned in Europe. This great empire, which also witnessed many important wars and rulers, is very important for Turkish history. Here is the history of the European Hun Empire - a brief information about the establishment, founder, rulers, borders and collapse of the European Hun State.
M.S. The European Hun Empire, which was founded in 375, achieved very important successes until its collapse in 454. The European Hun Empire, which achieved success, especially with the Balkan expeditions, that would wage very important wars, stands out as the only Turkish state in the region. In this direction, many people are trying to get information about this empire with a short summary.
History of the European Hun Empire
The European Hun Empire, which was established in the Hungarian Region, is the most important Turkish state in the region. Founding date M.S. The empire, which was 375, lasted until 454. Especially the European Hun Empire, which ruled in the Balkans with a very large region, also has many important rulers in history. Especially with the Balkan expeditions, the Italian expedition and the Western Roman (Gaul) expeditions had the name of the European Hun Empire written in golden letters.
Founding of the European Hun Empire
IV. At the end of the century, the Huns, who migrated to the West under the leadership of Balamir, caused the Migration of Tribes in this direction. Some of the Huns migrated eastward. However, the other part, under the leadership of Ildiz, who is thought to be the son or grandson of Balamir, crossed the Carpathian mountains and reached Hungary, where they established the European Hun Empire.
Founder of the European Hun Empire
Ildiz is the founder of the European Hun Empire. The Huns, advancing to the West under the leadership of Balamir, continued their advance under the leadership of Ildiz, with the death of Balamir. It is thought that Ildiz is the son or grandson of Balamir. In this direction, the Huns successfully advanced to Hungary, and then they established the European Hun Empire in Hungary under the leadership of Ildiz.
European Hun Empire Rulers
From the foundation of the European Hun Empire to its collapse, many important rulers continued to lead at different dates. In particular, some of these emperors managed to spread the Empire to a very large area with very important victories and wars.
- Balamir (375-395)
- Ildız (395-410)
- Karaton (410-415)
- Muncuk (415-425)
- Oktar (425-430)
- Rua (430-434)
- Bleda (434-445)
- Atilla (445-453)
- İlek (453-454)
All the rulers of the European Hun Empire during this period, together with important successes and victories, allowed the country to spread over a wide region.
European Hun Empire Frontiers
The European Hun Empire spread over a very large area as of its establishment. Especially during the Ildiz period, they had a very wide border from Central Europe to the Caspian Sea. Thus, a part of Russia, along with a significant part of the West, came under the rule of the European Hun Empire at that time. Especially the European Hun Empire, which managed to become a powerful state with a central authority, did this mostly during the Ildız period. Even if he achieved important successes with different rulers, they started to lose their lands in a short time. However, they extended to the east of the Caspian Sea at the time when it had the widest borders.
The Fall of the European Hun Empire
After Atilla's death, the three sons of the ruler later failed to rule the state properly. Especially the throne fights weakened the European Hun Empire considerably. The succession of Atilla's sons and his death in wars accelerated the collapse of the European Hun Empire. For this reason, the majority of the Huns withdrew towards the wide plains in the north of the Black Sea. As a result of the collapse of the European Hun Empire, some of the Huns returned to Central Asia.
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