Attila (2001)
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Episode #1.2 

Episode 2: After much fighting, intrigues and political maneuvering, Attila and the Hun army finally prepare to battle the Romans and Visigoths in Gaul. At stake: control of the civilized world!

Director:

Dick Lowry

Writer:

Robert Cochran

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
David Bailie ... Shaman
Jolyon Baker Jolyon Baker ... Mundzuk
Steven Berkoff ... King Rua
Powers Boothe ... Flavius Aetius
Gerard Butler ... Attila the Hun
Liam Cunningham ... King Theodoric
Tim Curry ... Theodosius
Tommy Flanagan ... Bleda
Janet Henfrey Janet Henfrey ... Palcharia
Jonathan Hyde ... Felix
Alice Krige ... Placida
Mark Letheren Mark Letheren ... Thorismund
Richard Lumsden ... Petronius
Pauline Lynch Pauline Lynch ... Galen
Simmone Mackinnon ... N'Kara / Ildico (as Simmone Jade Mackinnon)
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Episode 2: After much fighting, intrigues and political maneuvering, Attila and the Hun army finally prepare to battle the Romans and Visigoths in Gaul. At stake: control of the civilized world!

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TV-14
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Release Date:

30 January 2001 (USA) See more »

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Much of the Roman military equipment worn by the legionnaires of the West Roman Empire are based on the Principate Period (30 BCE-284 AD), which is the most common era for Roman films. Yet the Roman Army had undergone major changes by the time of the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains in 451 AD (the series final battle scene.) By this time Roman Soldiers used the Spatha (long sword), oval shields, chain or scale mails, and helmets that more fully covered the head. Yet in the battle scenes soldiers are still using square shields (Scutum), the Gladius (short sword), and Principate-era helmets, all of which had been obsolete for nearly two centuries. Additionally, while half the troops in this final battle are correctly wearing chain mail, the other half wear the Lorica Segmentata, the famous segmented banded armor of the early legions that was abandoned in the 2nd Century AD. See more »

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