Attila the Hun, as mysterious in some ways as the Huns themselves, has surprising origins in his earliest years.
Rome abandons Britain in c. 410AD, initiating history's FIRST Brexit; and Rome's scourge the Visigoth King Alaric I comes onto the scene.
The Great Migration in Europe eventually proved fatal to the Western Roman Empire, but the first casualties were the Thervingi Goths.
Julian the Apostate was the last pagan emperor of Rome, who was the last emperor to try and end Christianity - but the game was up.
Ridley Scott's epic Gladiator (2000) throws history to the wind, and is only concerned with one question: "ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?!"