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Table of Contents
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There are 13 chapters to the novel Attila’s Treasures. The story is written to be a continuous narrative that has no real ‘breaks’ between. The story follows the adventures of Hagan through his life and intersects it with the history of the warrior of legend Attila The Hun. Our author weaves us through the world of the Hun’s and through what it would be like to be a captive of their army.
“The origin and nature of the Huns are disputed. I have chosen to present Attila’s Huns as a mixture of chiefly Central Asian nomads with some Finno-Ugric and Northern Asian elements, a mixture that may especially be noted in the shamanism of the Gyula.” Excerpt, Attila’s Treasure pg 577.
History on the Huns
Hunters and gatherers, the Huns traveled with flocks of sheep, which provided food and leather. They spent their lives atop their hardy horses, likely Mongolian ponies, and were said to dismount only when absolutely necessary. Attila was trained in horsemanship and shooting from an early age.