hun bod (105) számú hozzászólásának szövege:
It was in 374 or 375 that the Huns made their first really important advance into Europe. Jornandes tells us their leader was named Balamir, or, as some of the MSS. make it, Balamber. Ammianus relates that the Huns, being excited by an unrestrainable desire of plundering the possessions of others, went on ravaging and slaughtering ail the nations in their neighborhood, till they reached the Alani. Having attacked and defeated them, they enlisted them in their service, and then proceeded to invade the empire of the Ostrogoths, or Grutungs, ruled over by Ermanric. Having been beaten in two encounters with them, Ermanric committed suicide. His son, Vithimar, continued the struggle; but was also defeated and killed in battle, and the Ostrogoths became subject to the Huns. The latter now marched on towards the Dniester, on which lived the Visigoths or Thervings.
Athanaric, the king of the Visigoths, took great precautions, but was nevertheless surprised by the Huns, who forded the river in the night, fell suddenly upon his camp, and utterly defeated him. He now attempted to raise a line of fortifications between the Pruth and the Danube*, behind which to take shelter; but was abandoned by the greater portion of his subjects, who, under the command of Alavivus, crossed the Danube, and, by permission of Valens, settled in Thrace. The Huns now occupied the country vacated by the Goths; they succeeded, in fact, to the empire of Ermanric, and apparently subjected the various nations over whom he ruled.
Balamir 375 395
Karaton 395 415
Muncuk 415 425
Oktar 425 430
Ruga 430 434
Bleda 434 445
Attila 445 453
Ilek 453 454
In 448, Attila conquered the Akatziri, called Akatziri Unni, by Priscus, another Hunnic confederacy, on the Pontus, which afterwards revived under the name of Khazars. Having destroyed their chiefs, except one named Kuridakh, he placed his son Ellak in authority over them.
Atilla made answer to the ambassadors of the Caesars. Two Hunnish envoys presented themselves the same day before the Emperors Theodosius and Valentinian, charged with identical massages, in these words: "Atilla, my master and thine, commands thee to prepare for him a palace, as he is about to come thither." Atilla came in the terrible year 451, presaged by comets, eclipses of the moon and by clouds of blood in which armed phantoms clashed with flaming lances. Never was the end of the world so near at hand. It was not an invasion; it was a deluge. Huns, Alains, Gelons, Avares, Ostrogoths, Gepides, Bulgarians, Turks, Hungarians-Barbary in mass surged about Atilla.
The legend has it that when he heard a monk speak of him as "the scourge of God" he went into a frenzy of infernal delight. "The stars fall, the earth trembles, and I am the hammer that smites the world!" (azt mondta 'malleus'? markulusz portiszkulusz? https://translate.google.com/#auto/la/hammer)
*Csörsz árkának az elődje? Pruth és a Duna között
"Atilla, az én uram és a tied is, azt parancsolja, készítsd elő a palotádat, mert idejön."
Athira, mim urim aish mit urrit esh, ojszet domi kwod elükezü raumitet werti wün.
451 csillagok hullottak és a hold is elbújt(?)
(Módosította hun bod 2014.11.30. 20:03-kor)