Ancient Hun-Magyar alphabet. The Old Hungarian script is an alphabetic writing system used by the Hungarians in the Middle Ages. The Hungarians settled the Carpathian Basin in 896. After the establishment of the Christian Hungarian kingdom, the script fell into disuse. Latin alphabet was adopted. In remote regions of Transylvania, the script remained in use by the Székely Magyars at least until the 17th century, giving its Hungarian name székely rovásírás.

Book Of Shadows: Lost Languages, Stolen Symbols, Alien Codes, Tricks and Demonic…

Hungary - Hortobágy , Magyar (Hungarians) were created by God to sit on horseback, horse riding is an important part of Hungarian culture

The Great Plain in Hungary is a flat grassland historically used for grazing so herding and horse riding is an important part of Hungarian culture

Székely-magyar rovásírás kártyanaptár 2015

It might be cool to have some runes in Mildred's home (and a great opportunity for easter eggs!

Hungarian warrior

Hungarian warrior

The Treaty of Trianon had devastating effects on the Hungarian economy and on their sense of national pride. Trianon was every bit as heartbreaking to the Hungarians as the Treaty of Versailles was to the Germans. Both were treaties drafted by the French, Americans, and the Brits for the purpose of destabilizing Central European powers.

The Treaty of Trianon had devastating effects on the Hungarian economy and on…

Arpad, Chieftain of the Magyars 896 AD

Statue of Árpád at Ráckeve (Hungary) / Árpád (c. was the head of the confederation of the Hungarian tribes at the turn of the and centuries. He may have been either the sacred ruler or kende of the Hungarians, or their military leader or gyula.

Clothing of the "Bők" (nobility), and an old Hungarian term now considered archaism.

Magyars/Hungarian steppe warriors, art by Győző Somogyi: Clothing of the "Bők" (nobility), and an old Hungarian term now considered archaism.

Hungarian Horseback Archer, Hungary (Central Europe)  -Hungary has long tradition of nomad archery which is originated from the ancient nomad history of the Huns.

Hungarian Horseback Archer, Hungary (Central Europe) -Hungary has long tradition of nomad archery which is originated from the ancient nomad history of the Huns.

Cumans or Kumans (both: ko͞o`mänz), nomadic East Turkic people, identified with the Kipchaks (or the western branch of the Kipchaks) and known in Russian as Polovtsi.

Cumans or Kumans (both: ko͞o`mänz), nomadic East Turkic people, identified with the Kipchaks (or the western branch of the Kipchaks) and known in Russian as Polovtsi.

The Magyars (650-997 AD). There are several theories on the point of origin of the Magyars, ranging from the Ural Mountains (classical Finno-Ugrian country), the far east, Central Asian (i.e. Scythians from the Turanian Plain), or as an amalgum of Huns and Avar remnants. It is clear that the Magyars have strong linguistic and cultural ties to the Finno-Ugrians. There is also some linguistic evidence (combined with archaelogical evidence) linking the Magyars to the Turkic culture.

Grand Prince Árpád, leading the Magyars (Hungarians) into the Carpathian Basin.

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