Although there can be good populations of Huns in open grasslands, I typically hunt them in or around wheat and barley fields surrounded by grassy hills, allowing my dogs to cast into the grain and back into the grass again.
Lately though, on the advice of a friend, I began spending a little more time in the wheat--some of the fields I hunt are a half-mile across--and I began finding Huns right out in the middle of them.
But, those who spent a long time among the Huns
soon sang their praises, because they considered them a very hospitable people," she added.
Germans and Huns
alike then moved en masse westward and into Gaul, a further immigration that again diluted the empire's rule.
From a distance all mature Huns
look alike, but a close examination reveals distinctive dark-brown coloration on the breast feathers of the male, whereas the breast of the female is either a uniform gray in color or gray with just a hint of dark brown.
To give just one example of how such sources might have deepened the author's understanding, Huy Due's Ben Thang Cube [The 'Winning Side] (New York: Osin Books, 2012) offers a wealth of information based on interviews with leading Vietnamese figures and is supported by primary documentation about the Socialist Republic of Vietnam's sponsorship of Hun
Sen, explaining why he became its Khmer interlocutor of choice.