7.00 p.m. |HINT| Attila the Hun
Chalons, 451 AD. What made this battle so compelling? Attila the
Hun, the terrifying menace who had his eyes set on what was left of
the Western Roman Empire. By this time, huge chunks of the Roman
Empire operated under the autonomous control of various barbarian
kings and no unity remained. Rome needed one more hero, and Flavius
Aetuis--the Last of the Romans--was to be that man. He worked
tirelessly and fought tigerishly to drive Attila away and preserve
the West from Hunnic ravages.

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