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Attila continued to press his claim to Honoria, even after he suffered a devastating defeat at the hands of Aetius in the French region of Champagne in 451.
Thus by 433 Aetius had established an unassailable foothold by the canny courting of support from the Huns and succeeded in establishing an iron grip on the Western court that Placidia and Valentinian were powerless to loosen.68
For his part in persuading the Huns to accept the deal and in return for not causing trouble, Aetius was bought off with a senior command post of Gaul.
While John dispatched his palace curator, Flavius Aetius, to try to enlist the Huns as mercenaries against the formidable force marching against him, Ardaburius and Aspar captured the port of Salona, near modern Split, and from there led their troops into Italy.
Boniface and Aetius clashed in battle near Rimini in late 432, and although Boniface came off the better of these two titans he died soon afterward of his injuries.
When Aetius returned with an expectant army of them in 425 they had to be bribed to avert the prospect of attack.
Set in the years around 450AD, the historical characters of Attila, the Roman General Aetius and a host of others are intertwined with believable fictional protaganists:
There is but one obstacle standing between him and eternal glory: the patrician Aetius, who is secretly Atillaâ€™s lost lover Flavia Aetia, the immortal incarnation of the goddess of chaos, in disguise.
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Aetius writes and blogs from his frozen perch atop the earth in Canada, spending the useful capital of a life not finished making sandwiches and fomenting revolution.
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