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Who is Mundzuk?
Mundzuk was a Hunnic prince and brother of Hunnic rulers Octar and Rugila. Mundzuk was the father of Attila the Hun and the uncle of Bleda or Buda the son of Rugalia. Mundzuk is briefly mentioned in Jordanes: "Now this Attila was the son of Mundiuch, and his brothers were Octar and Ruas who are said to have ruled before Attila, though not over quite so many tribes as he." Nothing else is known about his personality. Hungarian legend has Mundzuk as a descendant of Nimrod.
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The Silk Road Encyclopedia (2016)
by Su-il Jeong
In 422, a power struggle broke out between four brothers in the Hun royal family, namely, Rugila, Mundzuk, Aybars, and Octar. As a result, the eldest brother Rugila seized the throne of the Huns and created a centralized power structure.
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Attila, the famous leader of the Huns, was the son of Mundzuk, ...
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Scrabble value of M3U1N1D2Z10U1K5
The value of this 7-letter word is 23 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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