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Abstract


ATILLA AND THE MARRIAGE ISSUE IN THE RELATIONS BETWEEN EUROPEAN HUNS AND THE WEST ROME
Throughout the history of humanity, marriage that has been endorsed by the society as the combination of women and men expresses the creation of family as the smallest unit of society. Many practices for marrying consist of rules that reflect the political, religious, social and cultural characteristics of the societies. In the historical development process, peer numbers, in-group and out-group marriages have emerged in different societies. These types of marriages have also played a role in establishing political relations between two different communities, not only by building families but also increasing cooperation among different groups and reducing hostility. In the ancient history, the marriages between the members of the dynasty were one of the ways by which peace and friendship could be achieved between states. The migrations of the Huns, starting from Central Asia and continuing to the middle of Europe, had a significant impact on the changes in Europe's ethnic, political and cultural map. In particular, the European Hun ruler Atilla is to have frequently been spoken of its European presence thanks to its successful state administration and politics. Therefore, every phase of his life has been subject for the studies importantly. While applying Atilla's foreign policy, he had used political marriage issue to have his wishes accepted and thus, he especially was influential on the relations with the Western Rome. In this study, it is aimed at presenting information about the relations between the Western Rome and European Hun based on the desire of Honoria, the daughter of Roman Emperor, to marry Atilla and its reflection on the relations between two states.

Keywords
Atilla, Marriage, Huns, Europe, Western Roma,


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