Huns in Italy – Death of Attila

Attila lost little time in seeking to take revenge for the unexpected blow which had been dealt him. He again came forward as the champion of the Augusta Honoria, claiming her as his affianced bride, and invaded Italy in the following year (A.D. 452). Continue reading “Huns in Italy – Death of Attila”

Climate instability in the ancient Aegean Sea – Modern Science suggests a series of “Cataclysmic events” during the Early Holocene

In this post we present information, sourced from officially published material, on Climate Change events in the Aegean Sea, with a special focus on the South Aegean region and the island of Rhodes. Continue reading “Climate instability in the ancient Aegean Sea – Modern Science suggests a series of “Cataclysmic events” during the Early Holocene”

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