File:The defeat of the Ephalites, or White Huns A.D. 528.jpg

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English: The defeat of the Ephalites, or White Huns A.D. 528.


From Hutchinson's story of the nations, containing the Egyptians, the Chinese, India, the Babylonian nation, the Hittites, the Assyrians, the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians, the Phrygians, the Lydians, and other nations of Asia Minor.
Date Originally published in 1915 [1]
Source https://archive.org/details/hutchinsonsstory00londuoft
Author Robert Ambrose Dudley) (1867-1951), British painter and illustrator.

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